When you’re out on the track in the middle of a moto, you need footwear that offers maximum support and protection. Motocross boots are the only way to go. A good pair of boots will cover everything from your calves to your toes. They’ll take the unavoidable abuse required by the fiercest of motos , yet they’ll provide a surprising amount of comfort. And of course, they’ll allow you to perform at your peak level. In a sport like motocross where every detail matters and can be the differen ce between a podium or not, you must rely on the best boots available.
We’ve gathered an impressive selection for our inventory. You’ll find top brands like Sidi, Gaerne, Alpinestars, Fox Racing and others. You’ll also find a variety of sizes, so there’s no need to worry about locating a boot that’s right for you. We’ve got the color schemes to match your individual style. Whether you’re looking for a conservative black/white pattern or a flashy parade of bright colors – or just something in between – you’ll surely find a pair of mx boots that are right for you. Take a moment to browse our selection today. You can even use the filters on the left to narrow your focus and get your perfect set of motocross boots.
Douglas in OR
These are really nice. Great feel on the shifter and brake. First ride after heavy rain storm and not a drop of water in them after having to run through the puddles. My Comp 5's would have been soaked and I would have been miserable for the day. Buckles are super easy on and off yet so well designed that they don't get hooked and pulled open. NOTE! I read about buckles braking. Looked into it and it was the first version of this boot buckles had a thing for braking. That issue was resolved so no longer an issue. These things are super comfortable. I now wish I had upgraded years ago. I hope they last as well as they feel. I did not want a boot with a booty and ordered these because no inner booty. I have huge calves and these fit over my calves very nicely. Many boots this is a major issue and I can't wear just anyone's boots because of that. So get a pair and get out there and have some fun. Yes they are expensive but if you ride like 3 or more times a week it's worth it to stay dry and have good protection. Time will tell how well they hold up.Read All Reviews
Steven in NC
These boots are very good for trail riding, buckles and straps are a little finicky, but just need to adjust for a good fit. They are mostly leather and stiff when new. I soaked mine in ArmorAll and flexed them, then walked around the first few times. Now they're easy and comfortable compared to full-size boots. For racing I would recommend a better boot, but these work great for casual riding.Read All Reviews