Cortech Latigo Air RR Boots
All you need for a small buck
Great boot for riding in warm weather. If you're going to ride in rain/cold weather it will be a bit to much airflow coming in/through the boots. But for warm weather conditions its good
May 20, 2013
Good for the price
Bought these for track days. They were the cheapest I could find. I just wanted something that would give me access to the track. The price is a lot better then spending $400 on a different pair that do the same thing. They were great on the track and I could wear them all day with out discomfort.
May 20, 2013
Comfortable due to great fit
Extremely comfortable. They felt broken in the second time I wore them. I normally wear a size 11-11.5 shoe. However, the 11 was a little snug so went with the size 12. Perfect fit! A lot of great features for a great price.
May 19, 2013
These boots are worth way more than the $150 range
I got these boots before I took a motorcycle safety course and I loved the way they hugged my ankle and lower calf nicely. I was in the rain for over 4 hours and they did not get wet and they aren't even waterproof. I was overall happy with the boot, price, shipping and everything else.
April 29, 2013
Great airflow, great value, Wide wide
I have worn these boots in temps from 50's to 80's and they have been great for airflow. No swamp-foot and you definitely feel the air moving.
Fit: I wear a 14 in my normal running shoes (Brooks/Montrail) and ordered a 14 in these boots. the length is perfect, but the footbed is really really wide. Not enough to make me dislike the boots, but I am used to a more snug/secure fit.
Entry/Exit is easy with half zip and full velco. My boot does have a flap of material (inside boot, just in front of zipper bottom, that seems to have been folded over and stiched extra. It's sort of a "flap" of material that I can feel when putting them on, but not after a minute or two of wearing. Left foot only, no weird flap on right boot. I probably could have returned them for 'quality exchange' but it's not that bad and I didn't want to be without boots during all the shipping.
I tried to take the toe sliders off to check them out, but the nuts that are mounted in the boot would just spin. Again only on the left boot. maybe I got a dud of a left boot... ?
To sum up: Great value, pretty comfortable, not really as "secure" as I would like because of loose foot section.
April 29, 2013
After asking around and finding out just how many people i knew actually wear or have worn these boots and had good things to say, i had to try them out! First impressions: a little stiff, a little bulky, slightly loose around the ankle. But after breaking them in and finding the sweet spot for my foot controls, i couldn't be happier. The stiffness goes away after about a week of wearing them. They also formed to my foot a little better as well. They seem to be pretty darn durable, I am by no means easy on my foot wear and these things still look new after about a month of commuting. If you are debating the air vs the non perf. i would say go with the air unless you ride in cold weather below 40 deg. The air in cold weather with a good pair of socks is very doable.
I ride a 2009 GSX-R 600.
April 28, 2013
Bought these boots to commute to work in (30 miles each way). They are very comfortable on the bike. I normally wear bearfoot shoes so I needed a riding boot. With that said they are not the best for walking around in but I have ran into the store for some stuff with them on and no problem. The look good under a pair of jeans (they fit under my straight leg jeans). The heal is perfectly placed to hit the shifter and brake while rested on the peg. They grip and have plenty of protection while having good air flow to keep feet comfortable and cool. Like any good shoe, you forget you have them on, when being used on the bike.
I have not complaints with them. I normally wear a 11.5 (46) but the 11 (45) fits perfectly.
April 22, 2013
They are vey comfortable with lots of protection! For the price and what you get they are awsome!
April 9, 2013