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Alpinestars Gran Torino Gore-Tex Boots

Sleek, anatomically profiled and constructed with full-grain leather for unsurpassed comfort, the Gran Torino Boot is ideally suited to long days in the saddle; the perfect all weather riding / touring boot. The Alpinestars Gran Torino's proven weather protection is provided by an integrated Gore-Tex® liner, while advanced protection features are discreetly integrated in the chassis affording both safety and subtlety.


  • Upper constructed from premium full-grain leather, offering greater comfort, durability and abrasion resistance.
  • Anatomically engineered last shape for superior foot profiling and comfort.
  • Integrated waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX® liner for proven all-weather performance.


  • Seamlessly integrated molded shin plate provides extensive impact protection.
  • Foam backed, double density ankle protector on the medial side.
  • Black anodized aluminium protector on the outer ankle.
  • Internal heel counter and toe counter layered under the leather enhance support and rigidity in key impact areas.
  • Rear reflective insert for improved night time visibility.

Comfort and convenience

  • Innovative, easy access side entry system with elastic mounted zipper and wide VELCRO® brand closures flap for a precise fit.
  • Contoured, injected high modulus polyamide midsole and high modulus plastic shank reinforcement Injected TPU shifter area.
  • Soft quilted accordion flex zone grants comfort whether riding or walking.
  • Removable anatomically profiled EVA foam footbed.
  • Highly flexible lug sole features Alpinestars’ exclusive rubber compound for the optimal combination of comfort and grip.
  • For added convenience, the entire sole of the Gran Torino Gore-Tex Boot® is replaceable.
  • The Gran Torino Gore-Tex® Boot is CE certified.
  • SIZES: 36-50 EUR

Alpinestars Men's Footwear Size Chart:

Use this chart for Euro-sized footwear
EU Size USA Size
36 3.5
37 4
38 5
39 6
40 6.5
41 7.5
42 8
43 9
44 9.5
45 10.5
46 11.5
47 12
48 12.5
49 13.5
50 14
Use this chart for USA-sized footwear
USASize  EU Size
5 36
5.5 37
6 37.5
6.5 38
7 38.5
7.5 39
8 40
8.5 40.5
9 41
9.5 42
10 42.5
10.5 43
11 43.5
11.5 44
12 45.5
12.5 46
13 47
13.5 47.5
14 48

BOOT SIZING NOTES: In RevZilla's experience we have found the EUR->US sizing conversions as presented here to be slightly off. Below is RevZilla's recommendation for Men's Boots. 

EU Size

USA Size
42 8
43 9-9.5
44 10-10.5
45 11

As always, this size chart is only a guide and provides no guarantees of a perfect fit.

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
36 799046 2335012-10-36/34040598 Available: Expect 3-4 business days lead time prior to shipment
37 799047 2335012-10-37/34040599 Available: Expect 3-4 business days lead time prior to shipment
38 799048 2335012-10-38/34040600 Available: Expect 3-4 business days lead time prior to shipment
39 799049 2335012-10-39/34040601 Available: Expect 3-4 business days lead time prior to shipment
40 799050 2335012-10-40/34040602 Available: Expect 3-4 business days lead time prior to shipment
41 799051 2335012-10-41/34040603 Available: Expect 3-4 business days lead time prior to shipment
42 799052 2335012-10-42/34040604 Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
43 799053 2335012-10-43/34040605 Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
44 799054 2335012-10-44/34040606 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
45 799055 2335012-10-45/34040607 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
46 799056 2335012-10-46/34040608 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
47 799057 2335012-10-47/34040609 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
48 799058 2335012-10-48/34040610 Available: Expect 1-2 business days lead time prior to shipment
49 799059 2335012-10-49/34040611 Available: Expect 3-4 business days lead time prior to shipment
50 799060 2335012-10-50/34040612 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Alpinestars Gran Torino Gore-Tex Boots 4.6 5 17 17
Nice waterproof boots good enough for all day comfort. These are very nice boots. They fit true to size but I think they are wide on my feet. They look very cool in real leather. They are not big and bulky or tall. I've worn them twice to work. They're comfortable all day long. I have not tried them out in the rain yet so I can't comment on waterproof but they are gore-tex so they should keep my feet dry. Minimal airflow by design. I 'm keeping them. October 21, 2015
You get what you pay for Before ordering these, I'd ordered and returned a pair of Cortech boots. The pictures looked good and the price was right. However, after three rides to work and back, they were literally falling apart. I decided to spend a bit more and, based on reviews, thought these looked like a good choice. So far, it looks like I was right. They offer a larger fit. The Cortechs were a 49, and so are these, but while the Cortechs were tight, these feel just right. The Cortechs were stiff and would have required break-in had they stayed together, but the Alpinestars were immediately comfortable. The one thing I don't like is that they're pretty roomy around the calf, with no way to adjust that. I'd like to be able to adjust them for a closer fit, but it's not a huge issue. I keep trying to find bargain 'stuff' for me and my bike, but once again, I'm reminded that usually, a little more spent on a 'premium' brand is wholly worthwhile. October 5, 2015
Excellent boots! I've been searching for a pair of street boots for a while now, and happened on this pair being on sale. Bit the bullet and am happy I did! Super comfortable right out of the box; I estimate the width to be a D (I normally wear a 2E) but not overly narrow. Revzilla's gear geek recommended I get the 43 as I normally wear an 8.5. There is enough room at the toe, I most likely have been safe getting a 42, but the 43 will give me room for winter socks. Another nice feature is the toe box is NOT bulky, fits comfortably under my gear shift. September 22, 2015
Excellent product! Bought these for my boyfriend as a gift and he absolutely loves them. He says they are incredibly comfortable and look a lot better than some of the other bulkier boots. He rides to work most of the year and these are comfortable enough to wear all day and they look good too. December 29, 2014
A fantastic commuter boot! This boot is very nearly perfect. As a bike commuter doing 15K miles a year, this boot is perfect for my every day wear. When I get off the bike, I continue to wear them all day while at work. Wearing these boots nearly every day for 10-12 hours a day, I really enjoy these boots. They are water proof, neither too warm nor too cold. They don’t squeak or click when walking, and fit the bike and my feet perfectly. They provide adequate protection for riding, with good quality and weight of leather, some ankle protection with the rigid inserts over the area. Grip of the sole on various surfaces is solid. It handles everything from the foot pegs to wet hardwood very well, and there are no surprises when wearing these on a variety of walking surfaces. After about 7K miles of riding, they still look and feel great. No notable wear or break down. For a frame of reference, in street shoes, I wear a wide shoe, and depending on brand/model, anywhere from an 11.5 to a 13. The street shoes I am currently wearing right now (when I’m not wearing the A* Gran Torino) are a pair of North Face Ultra 106 (a Gore-Tex trail running shoe), and the label says US 13, EU 48. These are borderline too narrow. I cannot wear Adidas, Nike, Puma, Salomon or any other narrow shoe, they simply don’t fit. The Gran Torino in size 47 is spot on for me. There is plenty of room in the toe box without being too wide to fit the foot controls. Around the ball of the foot at the widest point, there is no binding at all. As I unfortunately have a Morton’s Neuroma, any foot wear that is too restrictive around this area will cause significant discomfort. This boot fit great and is a comfortable all around boot, on or off the bike. There are only two downsides, and they are completely subjective, style and armor. The styling is rather plain, however they don't stand out as screaming motorcycle boot when walking around. They do look better in person than they do in the product photo. Secondly, if you want a heavily armored boot, “these aren’t the boots you are looking for.” November 5, 2014
great boot they fit perfect right out of the box; not very heavy - i can wear all day at work. i get compliments on them too. provide good protection. i might try its big brother next November 3, 2014
Excellent overall These boots were comfortable right out of the box. They have gotten even more comfortable with the wearing. i wanted a boot that was as comfortable walking in as riding in, while providing excellent protection, and these fit the bill exactly. The all-black color scheme make them blend nicely with regular clothing when off the bike. One could stand or walk around (even dance) for extended periods wihout discomfort. Protection is excellent on ankles and shinbone without creating discomfort in regular wear. Materials inside are soft and comfortable even with short socks. I have yet to test them in wet conditions on the bike, so I cannot comment on how effective the waterproofing is. Temperature inside is excellent on the bike, a bit warmish in regular wear. Overall an excellent product I highly recommend. August 31, 2014
Comfortable, subtle, all-round boot Got these boots as I wanted something full protection, that didn't look too crazy under a pair of riding jeans. First of all, I wear 10.5 in Nikes, and I measure 10.5E on a brannock device (Standard foot measuring device found at all shoe stores), and got the size 45 recommended on the size chart which fits perfectly. The 'E' in that measurement means I have a slightly wider foot than average, but this boot doesn't feel tight for me unlike another certain italian brand. Looks excellent. The silhouette is like a standard boot, rather than a bulky 'tacticool' or power ranger boot. Full height, but the top is low profile enough to fit under my slimmer fitting riding jeans. Aside from a bit of accordion stretch panel, and the shift panel (left side only thankfully), they look like a regular pair of black leather shoes once under jeans. See the attached picture Protection feels solid. Lacks inside malleolus protection, but this area is unlikely to strike the ground in an impact. The exterior malleolus is hard aluminium which is nice. Heel and toe are rigid but not uncomfortable, and the sole is stiff through the mid and rear, with a bit of flex at the toe area (perfect design IMO). Very little flexibility left/right which is great. Reflective logos on heel are a nice touch. Overall the protection COULD be more heavy duty, but it would come as a sacrifice to comfort and aesthetics. Very comfortable on the bike. The sole has enough grip to not slip when you put your foot down, but unlike a heavy duty lug sole, it's easy enough to move your foot around on the pegs. The shift panel on the left boot lines up perfectly with my shifter. The accordion stretch panels are in the perfect positions (you can see them flex when you move your foot). I have no problem wearing these all day off the bike either. The inner liner is soft, which means you DONT need to wear high socks. They're easy to take on and off thanks to the single big velcro and heavy duty zip, but no chance of losing them in an accident. At some point I may put a superfeet inner sole in, but it doesn't need it right now. It's summer here in Australia, and i rode in 35 degree C temps yesterday (100ish F). The boots were warm, but not bad. I'm happy to ride in them year round. Obviously a really well vented boot won't be waterproof, but these are gore-tex so it's the best compromise. Overall the quality and attention to detail is really high. Definitely going to be a long lasting pair of boots. One of the features that was important to me is the fully replaceable sole, which means a much longer service life for a small investment. I'm really happy with these boots even with the high price tag. I wish I'd spent the extra from the start rather than wasting $150 on a crappier pair from another brand which I'm not likely to wear again. Obviously these aren't your track day boots, but I wouldn't hesitate to wear them on a round the world trip (one day.) October 13, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
H O: good safety, good style; seem good for commuting Nov 14, 2015
Kent S: Replacing an 14 year old pair of Alpinestar boots that finally wore out. They were the most comfortable boots that i have owned and I am looking forward to a new pair. I tired on a lot of other boots from Sidi and Daniese but could not find a pair as comfortable as these for street riding. Nov 12, 2015
Sandy A. M: I'm a Daily commuter and ride all year round. That being said I want the best protection and comfort (both on and off the bike) that I can afford. Sep 13, 2015
JohnM: I needed winter boots that were tough waterproof and warm, but comfortable enough to walk the mie or so from my parking to walk. These do the trick. Feb 21, 2015
Lynton H: I needed a decent motorcycle boot that keeps out the cold and is easy to wear. Oct 31, 2014
EVA B: Looks, for wide ankles comfort-bike and work for my husband. Jul 21, 2014
Lawrence P: These are replacing my old Alpinestars Web Gore-Tex boots with 6 years and many thousands of miles on them. I was happy with the old ones and thought these were about the same boots only a little better looking and sturdier. May 29, 2014
A shopper asked: what is the height comparison between the Gran Torino and the Web GoreTex, measured from the floor to the top of the boot in the back? Aug 15, 2013
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Jack S: My Gran Torino's measure 30cm (11.8 inches) from floor to top at the rear.

I tried these and the web gore-tex on, and the height difference wasn't really noticeable.
Oct 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: I read in a review that this shoe fits slim feet best, mine are medium or slightly wide. Any experiences with it? Can I return the boots if they are not comfortable ? Apr 28, 2014
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Wade B: My feet are 13 D and the Gran Torino is one of the most comfortable boots I've ever worn. They've got about 18,000 miles of use, much walking and they feel like really well supported sneakers. Check with Revzilla for details on their return policies. Apr 29, 2014
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David M: I had read that as well, but my feet are medium width and they fit me perfectly. They are not on the tight side at all so I would expect that you should be fine. Revzilla's return policy is very good. Try they on and walk around the house. If they don't fit, return them. Don't take them for a ride, though, as they would exclude the ability to return them. Apr 29, 2014
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John N: I bought a pair last year and jumped into a 5000 mile trip from WI to the West Coast and back, with four friends. I wear a size 10.5 D and bought 11s. They were fine. Even good for long walks. Also very waterproof. Apr 29, 2014
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Mike H: Mine are slightly wide and while I don't remember for sure, I may have ordered a half size larger in following the video. Great boots, very comfortable and have had them through summer and winter now. Apr 29, 2014
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Anthony M: I have extra room to move and I have slim feet. It would be a formed fit for a medium to slightly wide foot. Personally I would rather have a snug fit. Apr 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this boot still be comfortable with the footbed removed and replaced with my orthotics? Most boots don't have enough room for podiatrist made orthotic inserts. Nov 4, 2015
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Lynton H: The boot will stretch, as mine has over time. They are excellent boots but I'm not sure if the comfort will still be maintained after the foot bed has been removed. Speak to the manufacturer. Nov 5, 2015
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Mark M: Hi, these are great boots, but they are a pretty slim fit. I think they'd be pretty tight with orthotics in there Nov 4, 2015
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Robert M: Maybe... I had to return the pair I ordered because they were too narrow for my foot. Beautiful boots although. Nov 5, 2015
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John M: I would seriously doubt it. The footbed is very thin. Nov 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: I have spent hours and hours looking at touring And sport riding boots. I ride distance (500+ miles a day) and commute. But I also like corners and dragging footpegs on my Hayabusa. Whatever I get will be used on and off bike daily. These grand Torino gor-tex boots and the smx5,6 are the styles I'm curently looking at. The boot looking like a regular shoe is not a big issue to me. But protection and daily comfort is. Without them in front of me I cant decide what will be best though longterm. Hmmmm. Please help with input. What is reccomended from those that have handled both styles? The older smx is all I'm familiar with. Jul 12, 2014
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Edmond S: I recently bought a pair of the Gran Torino boots and put about 700 miles on them riding around town and in the local mountains both commuting and in the canyons. Then I left for a tour of Canadian Rockies which I just got back from. 3300 miles with a few long 500+ mile days of pouring rain. Feet stayed dry and comfortable the whole time. Good traction in wet and sandy conditions. Also comfortable to walk around town in. The protection in the shins and ankle areas is more than adequate without being overly stiff or rubbing on my legs/ankles during long days. Easy to get on and off. I am very pleased with them and would buy another pair. Jul 12, 2014
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Christopher Y: I have used Alpinstars Gore-Tex boots since the 1990's. Buying the newest model every 5 years or so. The Gran Torino is ok, it's not the most comfortable boot they've ever made. It is narrower than my last version, the Effex Gore-Tex. I always replace the sole with a more comfortable sole, because I also, walk around in the boots when I get to my destination. The narrow boot limits the style of in-sole options. I went with a very thin in-sole this time. I like the look of the Gran Torino, it's not as bulky looking. But if you have a wide foot I would consider other options.
Chris in California
F800GS and KLR650
Jul 13, 2014
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Michael L: I wore my Alpinestars Gran Torino Gore-Tex Boots on a cross country trip last year. I covered 500 miles per day for six days on my Yamaha FJR, and rode through roughly 1000 miles of torrential rain. My boots performed superbly. My feet were comfortable and dry for the entire trip. I wouldn't want to do a lot of walking in these boots, but they are the best boots I've ever owned for long distance performance. Jul 15, 2014
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Lynton H: I've been using the Grand torino for a few months and can't fault them. They feel protective but fortunately have yet to test them. They do keep the cold out. It's winter here. Jul 14, 2014
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Joshua P asked: Hi- Does this boot provide protection for the inner ankle bone? I see that the outer ankle area of the boot clearly has protection but not clear about the inner ankle bone area... Sep 30, 2015
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RONALD J: None in the pair that I have...but the boots are really top shelf, very nice quality leather...and think about it...if you're sliding with your inner ankles down, you have more problems to worry about than the ankle protection of your boots. I would buy these again in an instant. RJ Sep 30, 2015
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John M: No, just the leather and lining. Sep 30, 2015
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Richard I: No. The zipper and Velcro is on the inner side of the boot. Oct 1, 2015
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