All boots are not created equal. Like motorcycles, we can always find a reason to have one more in the garage. Of course, if we had to have one, the touring genre usually fits the bill for being pretty good at a lot of things. Touring boots are generally weatherproof, comfortable, and somewhat understated to work well in a variety of situations.
We looked at the brands and offerings currently on the market and put together a list of some of the best motorcycle touring boots we could find to bring you a one-stop peek into what makes these boots stand out.
Alpinestars Radon Drystar $199.95
The Radon Drystar boot from Alpinestars is a subtle technical touring boot complete with the Drystar waterproof liner to keep you warm and dry. The outer of the boot is made up of microfiber rather than leather to hold up better in adverse weather conditions and provide better abrasion resistance than leather in a lighter package. In terms of protection, the Radon features a TPU shin plate, a TPR panel on the lateral toe, internally reinforced toe box and heel counter, dual-density foam protectors on both sides of the ankle, and a reinforced shank through the footbed. To allow for a custom fit the Radon features two Velcro straps around the lower and upper ankle with the top closure using a Velcro fold-over type design. For just under $200, the Radon Drystar is a lightweight, waterproof offering that will keep you going mile after mile.
Cortech Turret WP Boots $139.99
The Cortech Turret WP uses a three-layer HiPora waterproof, breathable membrane in addition to water-repellent leather, wear-resistant nubuck leather, and a PU upper to provide an all-season boot for your touring needs. Alloy buckles and …read more
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