Looking for a good set of UTV boots? There are a number of important qualities to consider when it comes to checking out new boots:
Of course, trail riding in a UTV means that your boots need to perform just as well when you’re on the trail in your machine as when you’re taking a moment to photograph a scenic vista or helping your buddy make a quick repair.
Shopping for boots can get even more complicated if you need to consider other uses you might need them for. As an example, what if you have another powersport vehicle? Why shouldn’t your UTV boot work just as effectively regardless of what machine you choose to ride for the day?
If you take a holistic approach to shopping for UTV boots by taking into account all of these considerations, you’ll be pleased by the selection you’ll find here. We’ve taken great efforts to identify some of the best boots on the market and make them available to you at the low prices you expect from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC.
Take a moment to check out our inventory and find a pair of UTV boots that’s perfect for you.
Mike in FL
These are the most comfortable MX Boots I’ve ever had. I would recommend them to anyoneRead All Reviews
Steve in CO
Not sure if I bought these from RMMC/ATV. (I buy a ton of stuff from these guys) .. Although I do own them. I'm a 9-1/2 EEE with a high instep and arch and opted for the 10. (They don't come in half sizes) and they are quite big. The larger issues are with performance. The toe box is very tall and may require you to raise your shift lever. Buckles are a bit finicky. Sole is ultra-stiff which may or may not be a good thing. My greatest gripe is that the boot is so stiff and boxy that shifting is severely impaired. Even with the quilted panel on the rear of the boot at the Achille's tendon, a decent range of plantar flexion (pointing your toes to the ground) is not possible. Not sure if I can or even would give them away, but they don't work for me.Read All Reviews
Patrick in MT
For those that want more protection they should go with full on MX boots. These make excellent ADV boots. Very comfortable to be in all day long and easy to walk around in when off the bike. Feet stay very dry and have been very durable for the last year that I have been wearing them.Read All Reviews
Brandon in AB
I was so excited for these boots. They had protection, the BOA lacing system and were comfortable. They do not last! For $300 I could not believe how fast the sole got chewed up by my stock pegs. KLIM covered their butts on the warranty end, so after 10 rides, there were GIANT holes in the bottom of the SUPER SOFT sole. No reinforcement there, and no warranty. THESE ARE NOT ADVENTURE BOOTS, no matter what KLIM says. I wore KEEN hiking boots for two years and their famously soft soles did not wear out. These are just junk. If they could be re-soled with a SIDI or other Vibram sole, they would be 10/10.Read All Reviews