Sport Touring Boots

Sport touring boots offer the protection you need to keep your feet and ankles safe on the long-haul, as well as the comfort necessary to enjoy those extended days in the saddle. We have a huge selection of sport touring boots from riding shoes to full-length boots from top brands like Icon, Alpinestars, Sidi and more. Check out our sizing charts for each brand and boot model to make sure your new sport touring boots will fit perfectly for peak safety and comfort, since some brands are from Europe and utilize a different sizing system. With our massive one-stop shop, we’ll hook you up with the sport touring boots you need to ride from coast to coast in comfort, safety and style.

Latest Reviews - Sport Touring Boot

Klevin (San Diego )

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Good shoes, defective batch

Shoes fit well size wise. Does have the occasional bit above the heel when walking in for more that 30 mins or so. I did receive a bad batch. The straps of the shoes both go in the same direction, instead of mirroring each other. I didnt have time to exchange it since i needed it for my motorcycle lessons. Can the supplier help out?

Diego (Florida )

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Good boots for the price

The boots are really nice, they fit small but after a couple of rides they are stretching so the fit is better. The patch in the left boot, where you hit the shifter, it should be tougher but it is not. It is not even Leather, after 300 miles it is deeply scratched, I think it is a synthetic material, the rest of the boot is leather.

Ralph (Yonkers )

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MotoCentric Raid Boots

I read all the reviews, and since I wear a size 9 - I ordered these in size 10 and held my breath. They are nice looking, they're extremely tight and difficult to get on at first, but when my foot finally popped in; they're pretty darn comfortable. I expect to have to wear "dress socks" with these boots as my little cotton socks pretty much are too bulky. Hmmmm, haven't used boots to ride yet with the Northeast winter setting in & bikes garaged... :( So, for $39.95 (minus my $10 coupon) that is = $29.95 these boots are staying with me. Ha!

Mark Solomon (Washington )

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Great alternative boot

Had a bad accident which left me with a fused slower spine and unable to get my Vortices on and off without imitating a pretzel for half an hour. Not as tough as the Vortices I had to sell, but better than my ST Airs, if not as all-day comfortable. Main difference for me is that I can get them on and off as I'm hoping to return to the track next year. I've worn Sidis for the past 8 years and it will take a lot to get me to change. Will probably get another pair of these as the main downside is they don't have replaceable lowers.

Denny L Herreid (Yakima )

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Not a real sense of security

These boots are more like shoes, with floppy tongues. No matter how tight the laces are, the youngest still flop. If you ride a bike with no wind or rain protection, you're gonna have a breezy, and maybe wet ride.

Ron (Spring )

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Get them one size larger

Similar comments to what Scott wrote: I got these in the same size as my running shoes (about 1/2 size over dress shoes) and the boots never felt really comfortable. They're just too tight to the point of hurting. Thinking it's a matter of breaking-in, I started riding in the Sidi's, but they never become comfortable enough. I just ended up ordering a 2nd pair a full size larger and hope that these will fit as expected. Will make someone else happy with the barely worn smaller pair.