Totes - Zipper Town Rain Boots

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Totes Zipper Town Rain Boots - Black

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Rating 3.93 of 5 (15 Reviews)

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Product Information

  • Low-cut design
  • Easy-entry zippers
  • Easy to put on and remove
Size Information:
  • Small = 6-7
  • Medium = 7.5-8.5
  • Large = 9-10
  • X-Large = 10.5-11
  • XX-Large = 12-13


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Overall Rating: 3.93 of 5

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Looking for fashion? Well, forget it. But who cares, it's raining and the road calls. Easy to store, keeps my feet dry and reminds me of the old style galosh. A good value, thanks!

Iris - August 09, 2007

(San Francisco, CA)

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These are great boots for those snowy days. Easy to put on and take off and they don't pickup the snow. Dirt and debris come off easily. Buy a larger size so they will fit over you other shoes easily.

Ralph M. - January 14, 2008

(Dayton, OH)

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The rain boots are of high quality. My husband loves them!

cynthia m thomas - January 15, 2009

(Brownsburg, IN)

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I wear them to do all of my sloppy spring / summer & winter chores. They allow me to wear my favorite shoes & protect them & my feet at the same time. *Although I do wish that they were more durable. I have used them for years & am very VERY pleased with the service that I have received from The Motorcycle Superstore & look forward to my next purchase.

Edward Gross - January 14, 2008

(West Hempstead, NY)

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Boots functioned as desired. Bought them for my wife who wears a woman’s size 7. These were men’s size 6-7, which means they were too large but still worked if she shuffled her feet when she walked. The zipper worked good and she had to wear them on our ride in British Columbia, they worked good.

Charles K Finley - July 07, 2008

(Marietta, GA)

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Basic rubber boots

I have only used these once and they worked fine. These are basic rubber boot. The rubber is thick enough that it will work well for years to come. One thing to remember about rubber is to store it in a dark place. UV light breaks down rubber and will shorten its life. With a little care, these will come in handy for the next 10 years or so. The size was true.

Rob Hansen - August 27, 2008

(Muskegon, MI)

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I like 'em

I don't have a motorcycle, but use these with my bicycle rain gear, and also for walking in moderate snows. Even the largest size doesn't fit over my size 13 boots running shoes, so take along less padded shoes also. They wear well and are convenient to carry - just the thing when a heavy boot is too much.

Mark Foecking - August 09, 2007

(Columbia, IL)

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A decent packable boot for the price, but you definitely have to size up to get them on your feet.

James - August 09, 2007

(TAMPA, OH)

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I recently purchased a pair and had to return them for a larger size. You should order one size larger then your shoe size. I wear a size 8 or 8.5 shoe and the 7.5-8.5 rain boot would not fit over my riding shoes. Otherwise, I'd recommend them.

Robert Scott - August 09, 2007

(Dayton, TN)

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title is descriptive enough

Have not been used in rain yet. They are light weight and easy to put on.

Gerard Gully - August 13, 2008

(Stanhope, NJ)

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I actually bought these boots to wear over dress shoes. I never expected to find them on a motorcycle site. I do ride a motorcycle, I personally would not use these boots as rain boots on a bike. They are only about 6” high and loose at the top. They would quickly fill with water unless you duct taped them to your leg. Even pulling your rain pants over them would be hard because they are so short. There is no way they would keep your feet dry while riding.

Jim - January 08, 2009

(Downers Grove, IL)

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I cannot comment on durability yet. These boots fit nicely over my riding boots. This was a concern as I wear cowboy boot style boots. They could be a tad higher since rain pants have a tendency to creep up the leg allowing water in, or water will run down the rain pants into or onto the boots, eventually soaking through and causing wet feet from the top. So far, I would definitely buy these boots again. Good value for the $$.

James E. Stark - November 13, 2008

(Golden, CO)

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They are my favorite, although I wish that they were more durable. I buy a new pair every year. Motorcycle-superstore has great service.

Ed Gross - November 12, 2008

(NY, NY)

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These are convenient and compact and designed to be worn over your shoes. They are light weight and easily folded or rolled up for storage. Be sure to order the next size larger than your shoe size would indicate by the chart, or you'll have a hard time getting them over your wet shoes. I recently bought a second pair as the first ones gave out after 20 years.

George Robinson - August 09, 2007

(Yonkers, Prince Edw)

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great boots if you like wet feet.

I got these totes a few months ago. But it has been unusually dry here in California this winter. Last week was the first time they really got a test. When I got to work, my left shoe and sock were soaked and there was a pool of water inside the boot.I dried it out and tested for any holes. My pants cuffs were dry so the only possible place for wather to get inside is through the zipper.These boots do not have an expandable shield behind the zipper. I have had another pair of totes in the p

Tom - August 09, 2007

(san carlos, CA)

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