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.
DAVID in WA
Call me old school - but these are the best boots I have ever had. You can feel the shifter and foot brakel, unlike other boots which feel like clubs on your feet. Most new boots are like ski boots and very inflexible and never really break in. I have a pair of Alpinestars I don't wear! over my preference for these. easy to get on and a zippered inside once set to your calf size with the buckles. But honestly I never touched the buckles! left em as set from factory and just step into em and zip em up.Read All Reviews
William in MO
The boots live up to the description. I can't vouch for the durability of this pair, but my previous pair of Alpinestars lasted 10 years. The toe sliders stick out pretty far, but do not cause issue. The shin protectors stick out really far. Almost couldn't get my pants over them.Read All Reviews
Larry in TX
I bought this boot as an everyday street riding boot with a possible track day or two a year. The fit is great and I love the adjustable calf feature. I used to ride bicycles a lot so my calves are pretty big. The "stretch" part on top of the ankle is genius and makes zipping the boots easy. The vent is easy to operate with gloves on, and the boot is comfortable to wear and walk in even with the external bracing. The styling is conservative enough then when I wear them with riding jeans they don't stick out, just look like a nice leather boot, albeit with a toe slider. The only gripe I have is the sole tends to slide on the pegs if you are riding in the rain. When they get wet I end up with the pegs at the front of the heel in the arch. Nothing terrible, I just prefer riding on the balls of my feet. Those that ride with the arches on the pegs won't have this problem.Read All Reviews