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Touring Motorcycle Boots

As a touring bike rider, you have spent your share of hours on the road, and you’re well aware that one aspect that makes your journey more enjoyable is the gear you wear along the way. A great pair of boots is no exception. When you are riding in comfort out under the sky you’ve got nothing to distract you from appreciating the ride and the journey to your destination.

At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC we have a great selection of touring riding boots from brands like Milwaukee, Firstgear, Sidi and more that will have you riding in comfort and in style ? and riding protected from the hazards of the road. With features like full leather uppers, internal heel and ankle protection, toe-shift padding and non-slip soles, you can ride with the confidence that your boot has you covered, wherever your adventure takes you.

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  • Joe Rocket Ballistic Touring Boots

    Joe Rocket Ballistic Touring Boots

    Frank in NV

    Great comfort

    If you have ever had to walk in your Moto boots you know how un comfortable they are these are like wearing a pair of hiking boots with the foot protection you need while street and moto riding.

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  • Falco Avantour Adventure Motorcycle Boots

    Falco Avantour Adventure Motorcycle Boots

    David in AZ

    Beware of sizing

    Sought out these boots and ordered them after much deliberation between another pair that is known for being super comfy and hike-able, but with less protection, and boots with more protection, but less comfort and "hike-ability". I wear a size 10.5 US, 44 in Euro. The size 11 offered here from RMATV is a euro 45, the size 10 is euro 43. After calling RMATV I was advised to order a size 11. Well, the size 11 does not fit well at all, the articulation point in the front of the ankle has excessive bunching on the inside of the boot when bending forward. When I lift my foot, the heel slips up from the insole and I can feel my ankle slip past the achilles supports. I know a size 10 or Euro 43 would be way too small. Size 44 is not available from RMATV. It would be perfect for a 10.5 US. I know that they are available, all the Euro stores have them. It boggles my mind that they are not available here, with 10.5 being the most common foot size and the adventure market being the largest growing segment of motorcycling. I deliberated on this purchase for a long time and was looking forward to having the perfect boot which is not offered here due to sizing. Hopefully my problem can save someone else this issue. The build and quality of these boots seems fantastic. I just wish they fit.

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  • Alpinestars Roam 2 Waterproof Motorcycle Boots

    Alpinestars Roam 2 Waterproof Motorcycle Boots

    JOHN in KY

    Very Comfy

    First ride today and very pleased with the comfort. I thought from trying on that they would need some breaking in, but one day and they fit like a glove. They are a little warm, but is to be expected since they are waterproof. I hope to never find out the protection level. Get you some and enjoy the ride.

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  • Falco Mixto 2 Adventure Motorcycle Boots

    Falco Mixto 2 Adventure Motorcycle Boots

    Peter in CA

    Bizarre fitting boot.

    The sole is not flat. It is convex. So when you are standing in the boot, the edges of the sole are not touching the ground, only the middle is, which is just weird and puts all your weight on the middle portion of the ball of your foot (see photo). (Seriously, who designs the sole of a boot like this?) Also, if you order the boot in black, it does not come with a Vibram sole. It has a much less aggressive lug pattern than what is pictured. That was an unpleasant bait and switch after I ordered them. This boot is hot. I was riding in 65 degree temps at freeway speeds and my feet were overheating. May be good for cold weather riding, but definitely not pleasant in moderate weather. The shin plate is positioned in such a way that the bottom of the plate digs into my shin once the boot is tightened. The toebox is nice and wide, but the heel cup is comically wide as well. I was hoping that by playing around with the buckles i would be able to tighten up the fit a bit, but have been unable to do so. Speaking of the buckles, every time I put the boot back on I need to readjust the length. The only thing keeping them in place seems to be their own free will (see photo). The leather seems nice, but I haven't been in the rain with them to test the waterproofness. Based on their lack of breathability compared to other motorcycle boots I've owned, I have to assume the waterproof insert is basically a sheet of impermeable rubber. On the bright side this should bode well for their waterproofness There don't seem to be many reviews of this boot out there, so I just wanted to let any potential buyers know what exactly they are buying.

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  • Firstgear Kathmandu Lo Motorcycle Boots

    Firstgear Kathmandu Lo Motorcycle Boots

    Jesus Adrian in CA

    great product

    best value and awesome boot, water proof feature a must

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  • Firstgear Kilo Hi Motorcycle Boots

    Firstgear Kilo Hi Motorcycle Boots

    Daniel in CO

    Great budget boot

    I needed a new pair of boots for a sport-touring trip that had to be waterproof. I have worn Sidi boots for ADV riding for forever, and was hesitant to stray from big brands like that. After adding a D30 footbed insert I couldn't be happier with these boots. They fit true to sizing and allow good mobility for shifting, but they feel sturdy and have good protection implements. They breathe better than I expected in hot places. A few scuffs are already evident on the leather around the toe after a 4000 mile trip, but at this price I am not complaining as much as observing. Walked around a ton at MotoGP and was not reminded of the money I saved on boots. Would buy again.

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