Descriptions said it is made by water resistant lining. But the official Thomas Cook web site list them as a water proof boots. Most places are still selling them $180+
I had this which I got for $125 down from $250 at a local store clearance, I don't really like it's fit, It's hard to use the clutch and gear change so I resold it after a day. Might suit cruiser & harley riders although it could get some time getting use to the strange new extensions to your existing feet.
Is it the gear padding being too thick?
Actually my old Alphinestars boot is worn out over that spot and causing a major leaks!
Cant really image Haryley rider got on one of these sports boot :)
Everything was too loose, even the part which wraps around your feet but I think that's because you need a motorcycle pants but there's no thing to tighten it if you're wearing plain old jeans, I tried the smaller but they squashed my toes. You can try it but I found these boots to walk in lol. I would definitely stick to alpine-star even if it means you need to ebay them but that's just my review.
Try to stay away from cheap boots as they will fall apart soon enough. I picked up a set of Gaerne G-Adventure boots which retail for about $250 and they are awesome. Made in Italy and are a truly waterproof boot which I also find quite light weight. I ride an SMC 690 and find them quite comfy and easy to use but as with all boots you need to wear them in for a bit to loosen up.
You can find them on here: http://www.gaerne.com/ Not on my website yet which is something I should get around to doing….
Agree. Might as well spend a bit more and get something from a reputable brand. A* sell for not much more from some online stores
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