When your bike has the capability to go from 0 to 60 mph before you finish reading this sentence, the limits of safety are bound to be tested. Safety gear should be top priority for sport bike riders for obvious reasons. If you want to ensure that your feet and ankles are protected in a crash, then the importance of a good sport bike riding boot cannot be overstated. Whether you primarily ride to commute or for recreation, or even race at the superbike level, we’ve got a boot to keep you protected.
We carry the latest technology in boots from the top brands like Alpinestars, Sidi and Gaerne to give you the movement, comfort, style, durability and top-of-the-line safety features you need in a boot. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we want you to be able to ride with us for years to come, so check out our great selection now to get the right boot to fit your riding style and keep you safe.
Christopher E in NJ
Had to exchange these first of all. Depending on the type of shoe, I wear either a size 12 or 13. I have a pair of Gaerne MX boots in a size 12 and they fit great. These, however, ran really big, and I had to exchange them for a size 11. They are still a little big around the ankle but this should be fine when I am on the bike.The foot area fits as it should. Just remember to get a size down! The size chart is, unsurprisingly, inaccurate. RM was great with the exchanges! EDIT: Previously I gave these a 4 star and said I was keeping them. Well, I ended up selling these. DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT buy these unless you have very wide feet and large ankles/calves. Otherwise your ankles/calves will not make contact with the boot and your leg just floats around. The guy I sold them to tried them on, and while they were still snug on him, he said he has really wide feet. Took a $60 hit but at least I got some money back on this mistake.Read All Reviews
Robert in FL
I have had these shoes for 3 months. When I took them out of the box, the right shoe had a gouge in the toe, it appears someone slipped with a grinder while manufacturing the shoe. I disregarded the defect figuring the toes are going to get scuffed up anyway. But now, the sole has come unglued on the left shoe. Done. Cant wear them any more.Read All Reviews