UTV Boots From Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

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:

  • Comfort
  • Durability
  • Movement
  • Ankle support
  • Breathability
  • Water resistance

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.

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  • Fox Racing Comp 5 Boots 2015

    Fox Racing Comp 5 Boots 2015

    Richard in PA

    Good boot for the price

    Pros: Light weight. Feels good when riding. Cons: Buckles constantly come undone (riding in the woods), but not a problem on the track. Had to order larger than expected size (1 size larger)- this is common with Fox boots. For the price I can't complain.

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  • O'Neal Racing RDX Boots

    O'Neal Racing RDX Boots

    TREVOR in UT

    Comfortable boot with great support but has issues

    I really really want to love these boots. They are very comfortable and have incredible ankle support (why I bought them). The cam buckles work well to provide that ankle support but become easily clogged with dirt and sand which locks them up. I had to cut the strap to free my foot because I broke the release lever off the jammed buckle. The soles show an acceptable rate of wear based on previous boots. The calf adjustment system is poorly designed and after trying to adjust them I ended up just living with the stock settings to keep from ruining the hardware. The standard straps and buckles seem to be of good quality and have been flawless. Again, I really want to love this boot due to the comfort but the hardware will need to be replaced frequently.

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  • O'Neal Racing Element Boots 2015

    O'Neal Racing Element Boots 2015

    Kelly in WA

    Fell apart in under 5 hours

    O'Neal, I will never buy a boot made by you ever again. Bought these for my wife, who is mellow rider, the middle strap tore off the boot after very little use. Needless to say I am very disappointed.

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  • Forma Terrain EVO Boots

    Forma Terrain EVO Boots

    Brian in PA

    Very impressed

    Purchased for features my old boots didn't have; heal protection and a lower toe box. Quality is definitely there and fit is true to size. The price is great for what you get and shipping was fast! Thanks

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  • Gaerne SG-10 Boots

    Gaerne SG-10 Boots

    Timothy in WA

    2 1/2 years later, still Very nice boots!

    I love these boots! This is the first pair really good quality boots I've ever owned. They are comfortable, pretty easy to walk in and HINGED! I used a "boot seal" on them before ever wearing them and they are waterproof so far. I will be buying another pair! I have owned MSR and FOX (comp 5) boots, these are just way better! P.S. don't buy Comp 5 boots, the buckle retainers break and replacements aren't available......they work fine for VERY casual riding After many rides with these boots.....I couldn't be happier! The boots feel really heavy when you pick them up but, while riding with them, they are so comfortable that you don't notice them at all. They seem to reduce fatigue and .....after a nasty "toe kicker" at 25 mph, I must say that they protect VERY well. Overall I'm EXTREMELY happy with these boots. Another update....I bought these 2 1/2 years ago. They look a little worn, but not "beat". After two years I have replaced the insoles, do to my funky feet trashing insoles (even in regular shoes). One of the plastic "Gaerne" rubber labels came off of the toe (this do to shrubbery ;) releasing part of it from the boot). I also broke a strap keeper during a hard enduro. I use these boots in some nasty muddy trail conditions as well as Dessert racing and a little bit of moto. They are still holding up great and worth every penny!

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  • Fly Racing Maverik MX Boots 2015

    Fly Racing Maverik MX Boots 2015

    Adam in Ohio

    As Expected

    They are a very cheap boot, as the price implies as does the quality. Got these as beginner riding boots a couple years ago, and they served me alright up until recently. For starters, they are super stiff, and I hope you don't plan on doing any walking in , because they are unbearable, and pretty uncomfortable as well. Like many cheap boots, these lack armor an outer stiffness (crush resistance). I learned this first hand. I got into a pretty bad wreck by trying out a jump which I didn't see, and the bike ended up landing on my right foot. The boot did almost nothing to protect my foot (the jump wasn"t even that big) I was just going fast, as usual. Broke my foot in 4 places, and I'm still recovering from it. If you want to get some beginner riding boots, and don't plan on doing anything extreme, these are the ones for you. Otherwise, be prepared to open up your wallet a little bit for the sake of your safety. medical bills cost a lot more than boots.

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