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.
Babs in BC
Bought these boots on sale for good price. They are my first set of high end boots. Love them. Short break in period. Good looks. Protected my feet against many impacts from logs and rocks as well as cartwheel crashes. Will buy them again. Fits one size too big (I fit a size 10 but normally take size 11 in other boots and shoes).Read All Reviews
Dan in OH
Great fit and comfortable. I think the hinge joint should be more durable and certainly repairable at this price point. After a year or two I’m having to zip tie the angle hinge joints on both boots, no racing. Contacted Aplinestars for options: no fix option maybe offered a few bucks to buy new pair, disappointing. I’m going to try SIDI Crossfire’s next.Read All Reviews
Fitzhugh L in FL
These are the best foot/ankle/shin protection available and are comfortable with some aftermarket foot beds, but after a year, the sole is starting to separate - easy fix. I miss a lot of shifts which could be me.... But my biggest complaint is that they are ZERO waterproof. When I say ZERO, I mean your feet get dripping wet while riding in the rain. Never-mind water crossings or putting your foot down in a puddle, just riding in the woods during a moderate rain with no water collecting on the ground, your feet and the interior of the boot from toes to boot-top get saturated with water. Plus they seem to be a bit harder to get dry afterwards. In the southeast USA, this is a problem, especially on multi-day rides!Read All Reviews