Tour Master Response Road Boots
Wes L. -
October 12, 2011(Spring Branch, TX)
Very nice, comfortable riding boots. I would buy them again.
Very good rain wear
September 07, 2011(Winnipeg, MB)
Great boots for wet weather; my feet stayed dry despite hours of heavy rain. Comfort is good for riding, but not for walking. They attract and show dirt and grime quickly and must be washed after every ride. I would always want a pair of these while touring in the rain.
Tour Master Response SC Road Boot
July 11, 2011(Miami, FL)
I've had these boots for a while now. They look good on and off the bike and are acceptable in an office setting. They are very comfortable out of the box all day on and off the bike. As a short boot, they are good in hot weather, but don't offer as much protection as a taller boot. Main disadvantage (beside the low cut) is that they are very hard to get on without a shoe horn, as there are no side zippers. Fit is true to size.
I love them
June 08, 2011(mt vernon, NY)
They fit sort of big. I normally wear a 12 or 12.5 and in these boots, an 11 fit perfect. Great construction, good quality and comfy. Best part is they look good with a pair of jeans -- they are not big biker-style boots.
Tour Master Boots
Bob C. -
June 08, 2011(Ellsworth, MI)
This is my second pair of the Tour Master Response SC boots. The first pair lasted 5 years and the uppers were still in terrific condition but the soles had worn almost smooth. I found the boots to be comfortable both on and off the motorcycle for all day comfort. No extra pair of shoes for walking required. They are waterproof and never let me down even in the downpours.
Tourmaster Response SC Boot
May 04, 2011(Titusville, FL)
Good boot especially considering cost. Fits true to size but is not very wide, soles are narrow but fit on the pegs better. It is waterproof but with low boots it can become a moot point depending on how long your rain pants are. Seem very sturdy and will probably provide excellent protection if you surf some asphalt.
March 18, 2011(Murray, UT)
This is the first pair of motorcycle boots I've owned, so I can't compare them to others, but I'm so far a big fan. Comfortable enough to wear throughout the day (though will probably be too warm to wear during summer when not riding), and although they're still pretty stiff after a month, they don't hinder my ability to shift or brake at all. Highly recommended.
March 11, 2011(Roseville, CA)
I order these boots in February 2011 from MCSS and they are the best street boots I have so far. I walked around in them all day, to work and Walmart, no one seem to notice or ask because the blend in as regular shoes. They do fit about 1/2 an inch bigger and the break in process took a little longer but overall they are great boots and I will be buying them again.
TMR SC ROAD BOOTS GREAT FOR THE STREETS
March 10, 2011(Yuba City, CA)
I wear a size 10 and sometimes a 10.5 depending on the brand shoes. I ordered a size 10 from MSS because of the reviews about them running ½ a size bigger which is true. I had them on yesterday 21/02/11 all day in order to get that breaking in process going and feeling out the support and comfort around the ankles and so on before going for a ride, they are a lot better than I expected. They are not track boots and they don’t look like motorcycle boots either, which is good because I don’t like riding to the gym looking like I am going to the race track. I would definitely recommend these boots for in town street riding or a casual look.
One Year Review -- Still Love 'Em
Jon H. -
February 22, 2011(Durham, NC)
I bought these boots from MC Superstore one year ago, and have a little over 5K miles logged with them. They fit true to size and have proven comfortable in temperatures ranging from 38 to 90 degrees. Last summer I got caught in a thunderstorm without my rain gear and the insides of the boots were soaked from water running down my legs. My first attempt at drying them was unsuccessful and they started to mildew. I ended up soaking them in a detergent/peroxide mix and then drying them in the dryer on a low heat/no spin setting for hours. Result: mildew problem solved and they're still going strong. The only feature I might change is using a quality zipper instead of laces.