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Fly RacingMaverik Boots
$98.99 - $104.99 MSRP $109.95 - $115.95
(76 Reviews)
Fly Racing Maverik Boots The Maverik pushes the limits of feature and function at an unbelievable price. A genuine leather heat shield, anti-dirt repelling top gator, molded impact resistant shin plat...


AlpinestarsFastlane Shoes
(56 Reviews)
Alpinestars Fastlane Shoes Lightweight Microfiber upper Breathable mesh liner Plush 3D Mesh on the collar and tongue TPR toe and ankle protectors Foam backed, double density impact protector on the b...


O'Neal RacingElement Boots
$125.99 MSRP $139.99
(61 Reviews)
O'Neal Racing Element Boots All New Buckle for 2012 Bonded sole Durable construction Fully adjustable four buckle closure system Tough sole with metal shank Injection molded plastic shin plate and pr...


Tour MasterSolution WP 2.0 Road Boots
$116.99 MSRP $129.99
(68 Reviews)
Tour Master Solution 2.0 Waterproof Road Boots Tour Master brings back the Solution WP Boots with a host of refinements. Building on the success of its predecessors, the Solution WP 2.0 Boots feature...


Speed and StrengthMoment of Truth Shoes
$116.99 MSRP $129.95
(67 Reviews)
Speed and Strength Moment of Truth Shoes Perforated premium leather upper Engineered external PU protectors Anti-slip rubber outsole with molded heel protector Molded toe and ankle reinforcements Loc...


Tour MasterResponse WP 2.0 Road Boots
$98.99 MSRP $109.99
(44 Reviews)
Tour Master Response WP 2.0 Road Boots Tour Master has completely redesigned the Response 2.0 WP Boots for 2011. Taking on a more modern look, the Response 2.0 also benefits from water-repellent leat...


AlpinestarsS-MX 1 Boots
(28 Reviews)
Alpinestars S-MX 1 BootsUpper constructed from lightweight microfiber Breathable mesh inserts and perforated side panel for enhanced ventilation. External TPU protection on the outer ankle Foam backed...

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AlpinestarsTech 3 Boots
$219.95 - $229.95
(84 Reviews)
Alpinestars Tech 3 Boots Contoured shin plate is injected with high modulus PU for a high level of impact and abrasion resistance Reinforced leather plate runs along rear of the boot Extended inside ...

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Fly RacingYouth Maverik Boots
$80.99 - $98.99 MSRP $89.95 - $109.95
(15 Reviews)
Fly Racing Youth Maverik BootsThe Maverik pushes the limits of feature and function at an unbelievable price. A genuine leather heat shield, anti-dirt repelling top gator, molded impact resistant shin...
Fox RacingYouth Comp 3 Boots
(15 Reviews)
Fox Racing Youth Comp 3 Boots All new for 2010, the Comp 3 Youth boot from Fox is resetting what you expect from $100 boots. Featuring materials and construction influences from the entire boot line, ...


Joe RocketBig Bang 2.0 Boots
$89.99 MSRP $99.99
(15 Reviews)
Joe Rocket Big Bang 2.0 Boots Military styling & all day riding comfort 2mm, full grain, matte finish leather construction Molded polymeric ankle protection Polymeric ratchet adjustment strap with al...


IconSuper Duty 4 Boots
(98 Reviews)
Icon Super Duty 4 Boots The fourth iteration of our industry defining Superduty boot pays direct homage to it's SDI patriarch. The visually defining rubber nub interface and clean pattern lines keep t...
Fox RacingComp 5 Undertow Boots
(20 Reviews)
Fox Racing Comp 5 Undertow Boots An excellent boot at a great value, the Fox Comp 5 Undertow Boot doesn't sell itself short with features like a race-bonded outsole and soft touch aluminum buckles. Ad...


Fly RacingMaverik ATV Boot
$98.99 MSRP $109.95
(33 Reviews)
Fly Racing Maverik ATV Boot The Maverik Shorty boot features a 3-buckle design and a shorter height which is ideal for maximum comfort and performance while riding. An 11 inch overall height is 3-4 in...


GaerneBalance Oiled Boots
$325.99 MSRP $361.95
(23 Reviews)
Gaerne Balance Oiled Boots Full grain oiled leather 3 alloy replaceable buckles Waterproof with breathable Gaerne Drytech Membrane liner Gum rubber sole for feel and control

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Do you know which motorcycle boot is right for you?

Finding the right motorcycle boot isn't always easy. With hundreds of different models in all sorts of shapes, styles and features, it's easy to get lost in the finer points of things. So let's make things easier shall we?

First things first, if you are planning on spending any sort of time on bike, those tennis shoes you’re probably wearing right now aren't going to cut it. Standard casual shoes or boots typically don't have the protection, support or durability you'll need.

The next thing you need to consider is which type of boot (yes there are many!) is right for you and your riding style. Generally the style of boot you need is directly tied to which style bike you ride or what conditions or style of riding you do most. Here is a quick rundown on the different categories of boots you'll find here at Motorcycle Superstore.

Full Length Street/Sport Boots- If you are headed to the track, or want the greatest amount of protection on the streets, a full length boot is just for you. On most boots you'll find structural support and reinforcements around the shin, ankle, toe box and calf areas. These are designed to protect your legs and feet in the event of a crash, and will help prevent them from stretching or bending in the wrong direction. Again, if you are headed for track day, or are a serious sportbike rider, full length race-style boots are mandatory however, if you are a more casual rider, there are more convenient options.

3/4 Length Boots-For the riders who aren't focused on setting fast lap times at the track, 3/4 boots are a great option. While they do not provide as much coverage as race boots, they still offer great durability (especially in the sole and shifter area), support and protection. Riding as high as a classic pair of high-tops, you still get great ankle support and coverage up into the shin. Often you'll find a single buckle or strap to help keep them secure and in place at all times.

Two things you need to consider:

1. If you are riding a street bike or sport touring bike, look for boots with the buckle or strap system mentioned above. These boots maintain the same sleek and aggressive look as the track boots and feature similar components like toe sliders.

2. Now if Harleys or cruisers are more your style, you're going to want something a little different. Many 3/4 length cruiser boots use laces and feature thicker soles with traction-oriented patterns, much like work boots. These boots are a lot less sporty and pack a ton of attitude. While still providing great protection and durability, they are more than highway worthy.

Riding Shoes Styled after a street shoe, riding shoes are a large step above you average sneaker. With reinforcements in high-wear areas (shifting areas and where you pegs sit) they will no doubt last longer and out perform any casual shoe. Ranging from sporty, to modern, riding shoes come in a wide variety of sizes, styles and colors.

Off Road Boots-When you are riding dirt bikes or ATVs, your feet come in contact with a lot more elements. Because of this, off road boots come standard in full length size with more rugged straps and soles. As you know, riding dirt bikes, and motocross specifically, riding can be a very physical sport with lots of movement. On these you’ll find lots of attention on design that reduces unnecessary range of motion. With rocks, roots and trees out on the trail ready to grab at your feet, you won’t want to be caught without a pair.

As with most other pieces of riding gear, the higher the price the greater the protection and quality. However, in today’s world of constant progression you can find great boots with high-dollar features at entry level prices. As always, feel free to give our friendly gear experts a call or quick chat to help find the best boot for you.

Latest Reviews - Motorcycle Boots

James (Middleburg Hts)

Cost Benefit

Ok for the cost

They look great. Seem to be made from good strong material and the no shoe lace feather is great. My only complaint is that the soles are very thin. They're not made to wear all day like they boast in description. After 3 or more hours my feet start to hurt.

Bear (L.A.)


Best Boot I Ever Rode

Wanted this boot bad for this weekend. Got here Thursday. Walked around in it for a couple of hours. Decided to wear it to Yuma before I took it to the canyons. On the road at 75 MPH, I was struck by the fact that I could not feel the boot! All I could feel was the pressure point where the ball of my foot was on the peg. This boot is incredible. If you do not buy it at the sale price you're screwing yourself!!!

Ann A. (Shoshone)

Cost Benefit

Fit nice!

Not having a good selection in women's boots in larger sizes, I purchased these mens boots. They fit tight on one foot, but stretched out after a couple uses. Comfortable to wear while riding an ATV, and does a good job when hiking around rocks when we stop. I plan on wearing them a long time!

Chris (Seattle)

Cost Benefit

Should have listened...

Liked the look of these shoes but was skeptical due to the reviews about quality. Sure enough, after only TWO short rides, the stitching at the tops of the lacing reinforcement on both shoes started coming undone. Will continue wearing but don't expect them to last very long. Next time I will spend the $100 on some doc martins.

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