AXO Freedom GT Waterproof Boots

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$134.99 MSRP $300.00

Rating 4.38 of 5 (4 Reviews)
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AXO Freedom GT Waterproof Boots

Looking rather straightforward at first glance, the Freedom GT Waterproof is a sport touring boot that hides the unique BOA closure system to really standout apart from the competition. Incredibly simple to tighten or loosen, AXO has made it about as easy as it gets when it comes to taking the Freedom GT on and off. And because it has integrated protection to go along with the waterproofing, the AXO Freedom GT is capable year round.
  • Sport / Performance fit and features
  • Suitable for all weather riding
  • BOA TECHNOLOGIES lacing closure system
  • Flexible instep and heel panel
  • PU molded insert bonded inside shin, heel and calf panels
  • Supportive sole and slip resistant heel pocket

Read the MotorcycleUSA.com review of the AXO Freedom GT Waterproof Boots here: AXO Freedom GT Waterproof Boots Review



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    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!!!

    Bear - April 20, 2014

    (L.A., CA)
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    Sturdy waterproof touring boot with steel cable lacing

    After my first day ride I had serious doubts about these boots...the lacing system was uncomfortable on my shins. However, my second ride with them was actually an 8 day tour. They proved to be very comfortable by simply leaving the lacing a bit looser. They are very sturdy and well-built, offering good protection. The soles offer excellent grip. They worked well in the rain, not leaking a drop, and kept my feet warm in temps that ranged down to 30 degrees with snow falling. They are OK for walking around (a bit clunky due to their heft compared to lighter touring boots, but they are sturdier). They fit true to size.

    S Puig - April 18, 2011

    (Bethesda, MD)
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    Really Good, not great...

    Overall, I am happy with these boots because: 1) My feet are warm in the Winter down to 18º so far! 2) My feet are dry from rain and snow in a downpour! 3) I feel very protected with these boots 4) They were a good value 5) They look good 6) Easy to get in and out of 7) Lifetime warranty 8) Fit my wide feet!!!! 9) True to size Cons: 1) Not comfortable to walk around in very much 2) A bit heavy/bulky 3) May interfere with your pegs

    Hamza - January 30, 2012

    (Westchester, NY)
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    Good Boot

    I liked the boots right out of the box. Sturdy boot and the lacing system is neat. Real easy to crank them too tight. Best to get them snug...close the Velcro lined flaps and let the lacing system loosen up a bit. Hot boots on a hot day but if they were ventilated they would not be waterproof...! Broken in a bit more and they will be a great boot. We'll see how much a value they will be after I take them on a dual sport torture ride!

    Daryl - July 07, 2011

    (Fort Gibson, OK)
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