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The Alpinestars SMX6 Boots feature performance for both track and street that is anatomically profiled and packed with innovative features, the S-MX 6 incorporates the latest advancements in Alpinestars’ performance footwear design and development. Every component on the CE certified S-MX6 has been carefully designed to give you a crucial performance edge or keep you on the track for longer, in the form of protection innovations, improved ergonomics and comfort features.
Main upper material constructed from advanced microfiber for durability and repeated abrasion resistance
Ergonomic new last for forefoot streamlining to enable greater control of the bike’s controls and for superior, wide-ranging foot profile, fit and comfort
Alpinestars’ innovative TPU lateral ankle brace protection provides a biomechanical support between lateral top calf/shin and ankle and offers improved structural integrity, protection against impact shocks, repeated abrasion resistance and flex support
Alpinestars’ new and exclusive compound rubber sole promotes improved feel and grip, water dispersion and durability
Air vents on the heel counter and shin plate plus breathable mesh inserts (vented version only) improve comfort and reduce fatigue on short and long rides
High modulus TPU injected shin guard, calf protector, heel counter, shift pad and toe slider for improved shock protection and durability
Double density ankle protector on medial side layered under the upper offers protective performance in key area
Integrated, replaceable bi-injected TPU slider features new easy screw fixing concept for quicker and easier replacement
Innovative instep and Achilles accordion flex zone construction for superior comfort, extension, control and support
Internal insole with the shank reinforcement integrated for added support to the arch area and foot protection
Medial side entry opening/closure system features elastic-mounted zipper with wide Velcro® closure for flexibility and secure fit. The aperture opening is large to promote easier in/out
Internal toe box protection is layered under the upper for durability, improved feel and performance
Breathable textile interior lining features anti-sliding suede reinforcement on heel area help keep foot in position while riding
New, dual compound removable anatomic footbed includes EVA and Lycra for performance, comfort and support
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Matthew T: I have alpinestars jacket and gloves and love them .you've got great videos .and that was a big part of it also .I live in the mountains and wanted a little more than the smx 5 had to offer thank you .Feb 17, 2014
Hien T: I currently own some Dainese boots and I figure I'd try a new brand this season.Feb 14, 2014
Lardy A: I choose this boot because I felt that it will be ideal for use in hot climatic conditions. Its review was also very good.Jan 16, 2014
Ryan H: Good on track off track boot, had high reviews and good stylingDec 17, 2013
steve b: Check your sizes carefully! I wear European shoes everyday, other moto boots and even cycling shoes all fit well as a 46. These 46's are WAY big! I had to exchange down. Good news is Revzilla makes it pretty easy, but I'm still out the shipping charges. I wish Revzilla was like zappos and paid for the return shipping too!Oct 31, 2013
A S asked:For commuting and sometimes weekend riding on a standard, how does this compare to the SMX5?Oct 20, 2013
A shopper asked:I am looking for great protection while commuting in a standard. I have a wide foot/toes and was considering an SMX5. Does the SMX6 offer any advantages/disadvantages for commuting and sometimes touring over the SMX5?Oct 20, 2013
Chris L asked:I rtecently bought the SMX-6 and the bottom screws holding the multi-link tpu system came loose. which makes the extra protection from the multi-link pretty useless. does anyone else have this problem? or suggestions on how to screw it back in short of tearing the liner. they are brand new 270 dollar boots and I don't think i should have to do that.Feb 8, 2014
carlos m:Hi chris. This is exactly what happen to my boots after only the second time wearing them. I call revzilla and they will only tell you to call alpinestars, wich i did, and they told me to send the boots to them with a returned number they gave me. It's been only 1 week and haven't heard from them yet. Be prepared to be down another $20 to ship them back, they said they will see if they can be fix or they will send you new ones at no extra cost, wich i think is the less they can do because they should payback the $20 for sending their bad product back to them. Good luck and be patience my friendFeb 18, 2014
Brian K:Sorry to hear of your problem. I chose to return these boots as they seemed overpriced for the amount/lack of protection. Sounds like you have a legitimate warranty claim. Send them back for a replacement or refund.Feb 18, 2014
tsuyoshi t asked:I currently wear the SMX 2 short boot in a 39. Its tight but not uncomfortable. What size do you recommend in this boot? I am also looking at the SMX 6 and the SMX Plus in the closeout section. I do mainly road touring but I would like to try a track session.Jan 29, 2014
Colin F:Im not sure how these compare to the SMX2 short boot but I have this boot in Euro size 44, which Alpinestars calls a 9.5 in US sizes. I generally wear a 10 -10.5 in most shoes/boots. Im still able to wear a thick pair of smart wool socks with them when I ride as well so I would say these run a little large, personally. The top of the boot is a little wide -possibly to accommodate the angle of your leg in the riding position but you can correct this somewhat by pulling closure tight. My knee/shin guards tuck in to them well also. Otherwise, they are very comfortable. Flow a lot of air. I found them to fit more comfortably than Sidi boots.Jan 29, 2014
John R:I normally wear a 44 and ordered the same size. The boot is roomy enough for thicker socks. This boot is very comfortable, but is really suited for the aggressive weekend warrior or occasional track day guy. Highly recommend.Jan 29, 2014
David C:The Dianese's are beautiful. I mean it, I wanted to wear them all the time.lol Unfortunately I have wide feet and they put my heels to sleep. Sounds weird I know but they did. I love my SMX-6's. Super comfortable. Both offer great protection although I think the Dianese wins that contest for ankle protection and looks. If you have average width feet you'll love the TR's. To be honest it's mostly preference. Order them both and send back the pair you don't like.Dec 17, 2013
A shopper asked:I presently wear a pair of SMX-1s in 43 and they're insanely comfortable. I was disappointed to find the SMX-5s are extremely narrow in the toe compared to the SMX-1s. I'm looking for the SMX-1 fit in a full shaft boot. Will the SMX-6s give me the room in the toe I need the SMX-5s lack?Dec 17, 2013
David C:These (SMX-6) are my first pair of A-stars boots. I tried Dianese boots with the ankle control frame and found it squeezed my ankle and put my heels to sleep. Width at the ball of the foot was snug too. I tried TCX with the ankle control frame as well. Same result of them squeezing my ankle. The TCX did have a lot more width at the ball of the foot though and I would have kept them had it not been for the ankle. (my left ankle was damaged long ago and never healed right) The SMX-6 is very very comfortable. I have wide feet and love them. You may also want to try TCX. Every TCX I've tried has fit perfect. (except the ankle thing I mentioned) I have TCX riding shoes and love them. I settled on the SMX6 for boots and I'm really happy. You can always send them back. I did...many times, and Revzilla has been incredible with their service.Dec 17, 2013
BOOT SIZING NOTES: The above sizing chart is provided by Alpinestars, 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.
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.