Thor Blitz LS Boots

$129.95

Rating 4.20 of 5 (3 Reviews)

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Thor Motocross Blitz LS Boots

The Thor Bilitz LS Boots are a little hard to classify. Perfectly suitable for riding pit bikes, dual sports, and even light moto, the shorter design style makes them instantly comfortable on the feet. The two buckle strap system is quite secure and with plenty of influence from Thor’s full size motocross boots, they provide good protection for the ankle, heel and toe.
  • Lightweight injection-molded outsole
  • Injection-molded medial abrasion plate with integrated shift protection
  • Contoured gaiter for increased mobility and comfort
  • Adjustable positive-lock plastic buckles
  • Integrated toe shift panel
  • Plastic shank insert for foot peg support
  • Genuine split-grain leather chassis construction
  • Padded mesh interior promotes ventilation
  • Tested according to the basic requirements of Directive 89/686/EEC
  • Item # 67736
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nice

Feels soft and comfy.

Don - September 12, 2016

(Anchorage, AK)

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Decent

Nice boots. Using them for a pit bike and they feel good for riding thus far. Little narrow towards the front but not unmanageable. The buckle on the straps feel a bit weak but no breaks yet so can't judge completely. The right foots top strap has difficulty sometimes but not a huge problem. Definitely recommend.

Alex - September 29, 2015

(Island Park, ID)

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Good shorty boot for dual sport motorcycle

I'm a 10.5 and the 11 fit well. The sole is stiff but the ankle has good motion, likely because it is a shorty boot. The front part (toe) of the boot tapers nicely (top-bottom/sides) so there's no problem with shifting up or down. It is still thicker than a normal street boot so I wouldn't use it on my sport bikes. My only wish was that the shifter pad atop the boot was black (I got the white boots) because the white stains easily with rubber shifter pegs.

Paul - November 17, 2014

(San Francisco, CA)