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Cortech Latigo Air RR Boots
  • Cortech Latigo Air RR Boots - Black/Black
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  • Vented Mycro Tech upper
  • Air-Mesh breathable lining
  • Vented contour TPU heel protection
  • Padded front and rear ankle area
  • Molded plastic replaceable toe slider
  • VR two colored sole for reliable grip
  • Autolock zipper covered with adjustable Velcro flap
  • Leather stretch panels for better comfort and durability
  • Molded TPU shin guard backed with shock absorbing material
  • Shock absorbing latex foam on flex panels
  • TPU shift pad
  • Pre-formed orthopedic vibration-absorbing foot bed
  • TecnoGI Thermoplastic toe cap

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8 41
8.5 42
9 43
10 44
11 45
12 46
12.5 47
13 48
14 49

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Cortech Latigo Air RR Boots 4.4 5 125 125
You Get What You Pay For I was total excited to get these boots last September. They are my first real pair on motorcycle boots, before this I was using steel toe work boots. My excitement turn to disappointment pretty quickly. After about a month of use I saw that the stitching holding the Velcro on the right boot at the top was coming apart from its rubber backing. Then another month later I saw that the leather right above the heal on the left boot was deteriorating. The toe guards on each boots need constant tightening and I'm not even scraping them. I don't even feel the venting unless I lift my toes up inside the boot. Otherwise, my feet stay pretty warm..even in the 35f weather I rode home in the other day. I keep wearing them only because I want to get my money's worth from them. Even at $170 these aren't cheap in my opinion. Pretty disappointed overall in them. Next time I will just save up some more money and buy in the $200 range of boots. November 27, 2015
Cheapest Everyday Boots for a Track Junkie Greetings from India. I have been using this boot for a little over 2 years now and while it has begun to fall apart, it still has some life left in it. The footbed of the boots are pretty wide but fit me perfectly because of my exceptionally wide feet. Arch support is good and cause zero discomfort even after walking up and down some 800 odd steps while exploring a trail. I use this boot for my daily commute and for my occasional track days. Not to mention some crazy touring. This boot has done it all. Dirt, Track, Canyon carving, Hypermiling and then some more, not to mention a few major crashes and slides on the track. I never really cared much for the boots until recently when I was run over by a SUV who jumped a redlight and decided that I was a rag doll he wanted to drag along for his joyride. The boots were pinned against the tarmac for a good 50ft before we came to a stop. The ankle tensioner and slider took a beating but the boot was still intact. Not one seam had come loose except for some scruffing on the leather which I managed to rub out with some good old leather polish. While I highly recommend this boot for anyone on a super tight budget. it does not come without its flaws. The sole wears out pretty quickly especially where the footpegs rest. The ankle brace digs into the accordion panel at the back and creates a tiny hole. The airflow is really good but can become really cold during the winter. Also the Cortech tabs at the back of the boot fell off within the first few weeks of use. Not that it matters but thought I should mention it. The inner sole wore out after about a year and I replaced them with some gel inserts which did help in improving the comfort. November 13, 2015
Best boot under $200 easily If you want a boot you can do multiple track days/races as well as some vigorous canyon carving in but don't want to spend a lot of money, this is the perfect product. Great for practical use on public roads, I've worn these boots for numerous 8-10 hour riding days and done a lot of walking in them adn they're really quite comfortable. I wore them for almost 3 years before I finally had to retire them and had 2 pretty bad wrecks at Deal's Gap in them. To find ankle protection offered by these boots you'd normally have to spend at least $250. Buggered up one of the toe sliders in my first wreck but it wasn't something a little superglue could not handle. Just wrecked a week ago in them and had I not been wearing them my left foot would be really, really messed up. For the spirited motorcyclist who is thinking about maybe doing a track day sometime in the near future, there is no better value in boots than this. October 28, 2015
These boots are really nice! I can walk all day in this boots, love em. Now I don't like riding with my tennis shoes like I used to. They're true to size, and really durable. I had to climb down a mountain side at the dragon a couple of days ago to get a buddies bike that went down and over the cliff and they held up well against rocks and mud. A few of us in the group have this boots and recommended me to get this before we went to the dragon. Totally worth every penny! October 19, 2015
Love these Boots! These are my first riding boots I've purchased and I'm glad. I've been riding in low cut Nike Dunks for years. I've put maybe 500 miles in these boots and feel uber protected at the ankle, the toes, Achilles, Shins, you name it. Its perforated all around and I feel the most air flow when I turn my heel out a bit so that the air funnels into the Vent on the side. My only drawback is that the shin guard is molded pretty thick and is hard for jeans to cover the boots. But protection is great so I just deal with it. final words: Best bang for your buck! October 12, 2015
I am impressed with this boot for the price. I am impressed with this boot for the price. It is true to fit on the size. Only had them for about a month. Comfortable to ride in and have plenty of air flow. September 28, 2015
Great, comfortable boots with superb air flow My feet tend to get hot and sweaty in the summer, but these boots with the perforated leather have great airflow! They are also very comfortable for walking around (probably do it more than I should). After 5 months, the velcro and zippers are still holding up. Stitching has not come loose either. Overall, very satisfied! Soles have a good grip on the foot peg, and are very flexible - easy to reach shifter and rear break. The flexibility probably means it takes a hit in terms of protection- if you take the boot in your hand and twist, it allows for quite a bit of torsion. My justification is that if I would have bought a stiffer boot, I probably would not have worn it on every ride. The inner sole has started to come a little loose. Not bad right now, but if it gets looser I will just buy some Dr. Scholl's inserts and replace the current one's. Should not be a big deal. Use them primarily to commute. September 22, 2015
Better than nothing. After I tried on this boot I immediately exchanged it for a size smaller and Revzilla was great about that. My only gripe with this boot is that it is very wide and loose around the ankle, so much that it tends to bulge out after it's zipped up and the velcro is taught. It wakes me wonder about the protection aspect around the ankle area because I have SO much room to move even though the rest of the boot fits well. This could be due to my scrawny build, but I have the sinking feeling that other people will have similar results. Anyway, the shin, toe, and heel protection seems excellent and proved protective when my bike landed on my foot. I would recommend this as a very entry-level boot, but not much more. September 22, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
jared h: great protection/features and is perforated for a reasonable price.got them for my sportbike but im still using them for my SUMO. little stiff to walk in but theyre great Nov 15, 2015
Eric R: Great Reviews, Price, and Looks Oct 21, 2015
james h: I needed a vented boot that would allow airflow but still provide some protection against road rash. The venting works great! The boot doesn't fit very well but it's my only other option for the moment when weather heats up.
Venting: Good!
Construction: Not good
Fit: Not good
Oct 13, 2015
Lance J: Decent boot for the money. Aug 25, 2015
G E: going to Barber track soon, need boots Aug 21, 2015
Y A: Beautiful looking boots that will be perfect for ATGATT sport bike riding on the streets! Aug 16, 2015
DEVAN W: Had lots of positive reviews and they were the right price. I was looking for boots with good airflow for those hot days and comfortable. These met everything I was looking for. Great price, comfortable, good airflow, and most of all offered good protection. Aug 5, 2015
Paul C: I was looking for an entry level boot, the price and reviews made this a great choice. Jul 18, 2015
Nelson V: bang for the buck, good protection and the air flow capability! Jul 1, 2015
chase m: i choose these to go with my sidici track suit, these boots are awesome. so much air flow and are really flexible, also they are pretty comfortable Jun 7, 2015
Joel S: The reviews look good. I plan to take the MSF training course and boots and gloves are required; I plan to purchase the gloves later. May 25, 2015
James S: Excellent Value for the money. May 7, 2015
Chris H: great boot for the price.Very comfy when youre on the bike aswell Apr 7, 2015
Taurean B: First pair of real motorcycle boots and these were affordable and look good to me as well, and fit my feet perfectly, I love them and wear them all the time, true to size as well Mar 7, 2015
Brandon W: Liked the look and the reviews Mar 6, 2015
Joseph G: I needed boots for my canyon adventures Feb 23, 2015
Glen S: Features for price, good looks, name, wide fit, good reviews Feb 19, 2015
adam o: Sharp looking, lightweight, and well ventilated. Hoping to have comfort and protection for long rides this summer. Feb 18, 2015
Clinton B: Mainly price. First road boot and all, seeing if I like it. Feb 13, 2015
T A: Second pair. Good summer boot. Was super happy with first pair. Jan 25, 2015
ronal a: For the track. Dec 2, 2014
David T: it's the only race type boot to fit my 3E feet. Nov 29, 2014
Mubarak A: For racing school and events. Nov 21, 2014
samuel m: Great deal... good looks with good performance. Nov 4, 2014
Genesis T: Best bang for the buck! Aug 9, 2014
Lorenzo S: Affordability and great perforation allowing airflow. Aug 4, 2014
Fay V: Nice looking boots at a fair price. I've looked at Ebay, Dennis Kirk, & Cycle Gear & these boots are the best deal around. Aug 2, 2014
Cristian D C: The price and this boots looking good! Jul 28, 2014
Joshua B: price Jul 17, 2014
Michael S: breathable, good style and protection Jul 9, 2014
Harold T: needed a pair of track/riding boots. liked the price, am riding again after many years and want to try the track experience Jul 8, 2014
James H: Based on the reviews this boot sounds like it fits a little wide. I am in between normal and wide sizes in a standard shoe so I decided to go with this one. It's a good price point and has many of the features I was looking for in foot protection. Jul 5, 2014
Lester S: I picked these because I'm after a boots with good protection that won't break the bank. The reviews seems to be positive and I'm really looking forward to trying them out. Jul 1, 2014
Robert T: Good name and low price. Jun 26, 2014
Kevin T: Good deal Jun 20, 2014
Kenneth V: they are very nice and my brother wanted a pair of boots with good protection May 30, 2014
tyler S: cheapest motorcycle boots May 27, 2014
Adam S: Decent cheap boots. I have big calves and can't tuck my pants in them but they are decently comfortable and offer good protection. May 19, 2014
Garret L: Price to value was good. I also currently own a pair of Tour Master touring boots that, after 7400 miles, are no longer waterproof and started to crack at pivot points on top of the boot. Time to upgrade. May 18, 2014
Waleed A: Looks good, good reviews, value for money May 18, 2014
August C: Inexpensive, fits well, and with comparable features to other racing boots. May 8, 2014
Mark C: I am currently using regular tennis shoes when riding and feel like I need protection just in case. I'm sure that during a crash you can easily break an ankle. Looked at the reviews and I like what i see. I can't wait for it to come in! May 5, 2014
Wesley C: Price to value seems to be good. Will be used to my first track day May 2, 2014
He L: dat review Apr 29, 2014
jeremy m: Good reviews and price. Apr 28, 2014
Adam R: Good reviews. Apr 10, 2014
Julius Z: features, color, price and reviews. Apr 8, 2014
Daryle M: I chose the Cortech Latigo Air RR boot because it has all the features I need and want in a boot. It has a zipper + Velcro, Awesome protection in all the right spots, great looks, great price! Apr 3, 2014
mark t: price Mar 25, 2014
Brandon D: They seem to be a great value for the level of protection that is offered and that is exactly what I was looking for in my first purpose riding boot. Before this I have been using leather work boots but the large construction of the boot made it hard to feel controls and put my foot down comfortably. Mar 23, 2014
Jeremy W: I already have the black boots, so I decided to get the white boots as well. These boots offer a lot of protection and the price is an absolute win! Not to mention that these boots are very comfortable and easy to walk in when I'm not on my bike. The perforations work really well, which is a plus when the temps are above 80. Mar 16, 2014
Brian F: I purchased this item because of the review Anthony gave on this site. I value his opinion. Mar 7, 2014
Jane W: cheap, solid boot Feb 27, 2014
Daniel R: Best entry level track day boot. Entry level price without looking cheesy and cheap. Feb 26, 2014
James S: Affordable. Very comfortable and light weight. After two and a half years of wearing them on a daily basis they started to feel a little worn. They're not as snug as they used to be, and the zipper on one of them is broken. Great boot for the price. They lasted me 27000 miles in every type of weather. Feb 26, 2014
John E: I was originally looking at the TCX or Astars, but after some excellent advice and guidance from Spurgeon at Revzilla, I chose the Cortech's. I was not aware of them, and they offer a lot of bang for the buck. They have all the features I was looking for, good protection, lateral ankle support, ventilation in a clean simple black, all at a bargain price! Feb 14, 2014
Brian K: Price and features Feb 4, 2014
B E: For a budget priced semi-race boot I decided to test these out. I like a boot with the full padding and a complete heel/ankle pocket. I can say that the Velcro on the fastening started coming unglued within the first 500 miles which was a disappointment but at nearly 1/3rd the price of the next similar boot I can deal with a little Velcro coming off. Feb 3, 2014
P A: Good protection for the price. Feb 3, 2014
T E: track days Jan 24, 2014
V I: good price. and good loock. good quality. Jan 22, 2014
Larisa D: look good and match with my motorcycle Jan 4, 2014
Nigel P: Cause cortech became my new best friend! Great protection with a low budget pricetag CHEEYA! Dec 20, 2013
Joshua B: Heard it was good. Dec 11, 2013
Mercedes I: Husband's wish list for Christmas Dec 10, 2013
jesse r: Wanted an affordable boot for novice track days. Ended up wearing them all the time. Jeans fit over them and look like Nikes. Dec 5, 2013
Ron M: Good affordable boot with protection, only complaint the zipper doesn't always stay, tends to split on my left boot. Nov 26, 2013
Cody B: Cortech seems to have the market nailed; if you want equal protection from any other manufacturer then expect to pay about $100+ more than what these cost. Good protection to price ratio. Nov 14, 2013
Daniel G: Best bang for your buck, especially if you live in Texas where heat can be an excruciating thing to sweaty feet. Nov 13, 2013
Miguel C: The price and protection Oct 5, 2013
Jason B: I bought these boots because they were on sale and they were a reasonable price. I had read reviews about the waterproofing on the other boots not working out that well, and not breathing well. These boots are good for the summer, pretty cold when it gets into the later fall in Michigan. But they feel like they offer a pretty good level of protection. I've soaked them once and they still look good. Sep 22, 2013
M I: While taking the MSF course, our instructor informed us of the dangers of not having protection for the ankles and feet. Heading this warning, I chose the Cortech Latigo Air RR boots for their price, function, and style. Sep 16, 2013
Victor C: These boots look extremely nice, but if you have large ankle/calf area these boots are not for you. Returning to revzilla was super easy though. Revzilla Rocks!!! Sep 12, 2013
Adam V: seems like a good value for the price Sep 5, 2013
Kameron W: starter boots for agressive street and track riding Aug 31, 2013
Alexander T: Track day. Aug 10, 2013
A shopper asked: I have a size euro 42.5, should I go for US 9 or 10? as 9.5 isn't an option Feb 4, 2014
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scott c: I would go with the slightly large size/ 10. You could always wear thicker socks. I love these boots, the only down side is the soles are a little thin so not really made to walk around in so much, more for riding. Feel like ski boots. Fantastic protection for the price. Feb 21, 2014
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Brian H: I am not great with the euro conversion, but I'll give ya my 2 cents. I wear an 11.5 US normally. I have 45 Euro and they are spot on. I hope this helps. Great pair of boots. Feb 19, 2014
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TIRAJ R: i would advise to get a 10. i usually wear 10.5 when i purchase this boots i took an 11 when i got it, it was fix but i wouldnt complaint if i had a size bigger Mar 20, 2014
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Salim E: I would go with a size 10. I was in between 10 and 11 US and I have a size 10, they fit fine. You don't want them too small or too big.
Feb 18, 2014
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Bill B asked: I'm a 9.5 in Nike's and 9.5M dress shoes and a 43 EURO size. Do I go 9 or 10? Aug 22, 2013
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Conner G: I wear an 11D in Allen Edmond's dress shoes and have an 11 in the Cortech Latigo's. The fit is pretty spot on.

Looks like 43 Euro is 9.5 - 10 in US men's. If I were you, I would order the 10. If it's a little loose, wear thick socks, if very loose, exchange for 9. Or try to find the 9.5 somewhere else online.

Good luck
Aug 22, 2013
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Sean B: I am a 9.5 in asics, don't wear Nike's. I ordered the 9's and they were actually a little big, not much but just enought that it made me second guess the size. But after wearing them a few times I'm very happy with the size and I feel that the 8 would be tiny. Hope that helps enjoy the boots! Aug 22, 2013
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Lloyd N: Depending on how often you plan to wear them, the 10 will fit you better. They run small, but could take up to a year to fully break in Aug 22, 2013
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Salim E: If you wear 9.5 in Nikes I would get a size 10. The boots fit your feet pretty snuggly. I think size 9 would be too tight. Aug 22, 2013
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Felix G: Hello Bill. I'm 10 in Nike and I got my boots in size 44 Eiro 10 usa and they fitted perfect. Aug 22, 2013
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Luiz S: Hello Bill, I use 9 and 9.5 (some times), but the Cortech 9 was large to me. Aug 22, 2013
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Brian H: I wear a 11.5 in most shoes. I have the latigos in 45 and are spot on. I did have a problem with the zipper seperating on my first set. Returned to zillla no questions asked and was sent a new pair almost before I sent the bad ones back. Love the boots and revzilla. I don't remember the size conversion, but I'd say go up rather than down if you fall in the middle. Hope it helps.
Aug 22, 2013
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Ziyad W: Hey bill, i wear exactly the same sizes u do. I bought a us9 which also says european 43 and fits great. Aug 23, 2013
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Ben C: Go for a 10. They run a bit snug. Aug 23, 2013
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Chris W asked: On fit with the Cortech Latigo air how true is sizing? I wear a 9 in tennis shoes and currently wear a 42 in my Alpinestars Fast Lane shoes. Apr 15, 2015
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Dean S: I normally wear an 11 or 11.5 shoe. I ordered the 11 and the boots were way too tight. I then ordered the 12 since there is not an 11.5 and they fit perfectly. They are very comfortable to wear and did not take very long to break-in. I have had them for two years and always wear them when I ride. As a matter of fact I was cleaning them today and they still look brand new. The are a great boot for the price...very comfortable and durable. I hope this helps. Apr 18, 2015
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Joshua G: I found the boots to fit true to size. I converted my normal shoe size to the European size and the boots fit great. Apr 16, 2015
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Peter W: I wear an 8.5 shoe and found these boots comfortable and true to size. Jun 4, 2015
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Reesey L: I wear a size 12, so I ordered the size 12. They fit great. May 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will these go under a pair of pants without making the pants too tight around the calf area? Jun 2, 2014
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Luke H: I wear size 14 of these boots under dress pants (Haggar Cool 18), motorcycle Kevlar reinforced jeans, and regular boot cut jeans. All of these combinations are comfortable. I haven't tried them with any narrower cut pants.

Hope this helps,
Jun 2, 2014
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Dean S: I wear these with my jeans over them all the time and my jeans are not too tight around my legs. (Relaxed Fit Jeans) These boots are very comfortable and did not take very long to break in. Jun 28, 2014
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Nicholas R: Depends what pants you wear. Boot cut jeans fit with extra room over, but a slim jean would probably be a tight fit Jun 23, 2014
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Cody Q: I wear these with my jeans and i have enough room so they aren't very tight on the calf Jun 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: I wear a EU 43/US 9 size. The maximum length between any two points (toe and heel) is 10 inches. Pls suggest if a size 9 or 10 is recommended? Thank you. Jan 26, 2015
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Stephen M: The maximum length between the tip of my big toe and the back of my heel is 10 1/8 inches. I wear size 10 in my shoes and work boots. My Cortech Latigo Air boots are EU 44/US 10. They fit me perfectly. They have been very good boots. Revzilla is the best on returns. If I was you, I would try a 43/9 and exchange it if need be. Hope this helps. Feb 3, 2015
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Tyrus M: I'm between a size 7 & 8. I ordered an 8 and it's a little big but still ok. I'd get a 9 if I were you. Feb 23, 2015
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Kathleen L: I feel like they run a half size bigger so if you wear a 9 US I would stick with eu43/us9 Feb 3, 2015
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A shopper asked: How is the boot when walking around for a while such as riding to a friends house or mall and just walking? Jul 9, 2014
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Ken N: A friends house would be ok, as you could take 'em off, or have a seat on the couch. As for walking around in the mall....not really, unless you were just running in and out quick. They are not bad, and I have gone into restaurants, but then you don't walk around much in a restaurant. Jul 20, 2014
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Ben G: I've worn them the better part of the day at the track without thinking about it, don't think about them on the bike except to notice the cooling airflow.
You might find them stiff for a lot of walking, but just fine for hanging out and great for riding.
Jul 9, 2014
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David C: I wear my boots a lot and have walked in them a lot too. Are they stiff, yes, otherwise they wouldn't provide protection, but they really aren't bad for walking in. Wouldn't want to go hiking in these boots, but otherwise not bad. Jul 19, 2014
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Dustin W asked: For a commuter (28 miles a day straight freeway ride, hot dry weather), would you say that these boots offer better protection/comfort than something more casual like the TCX X-Cube Air Boots? I don't know if I need a race-style boot for my rides to and from work, but I do want the best protection. Cortech Latigo Air RR Boots vs TCX X-Cube Air Boots? Mar 31, 2014
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Isaac A: I wear mine all day; to school, shopping, out to study whatever. Only issue with these is that they're too loose on my feet. The length of the boot is correct but the height inside is too tall so my heel lifts out when I step. Apr 26, 2014
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Sean B: Great for hot weather they breath very well, fit will and look great, they are however race boots and will never match the comfort of a more casual boot. I keep these for weekend rides and track days. Mar 31, 2014
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Roger W: I've never owned a pair of TCX boots but i can tell you that these boots are confortable and you cant beat the protection for the price. Mar 31, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi I wear a Nike UK 11. So should i go select 11 or 12?? Please help and thanks in advance.. Feb 14, 2014
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Jeffrey W: I normally wear a 10 shoe mid width. I purchased the 44UK 10 US and they are spot on. Feb 16, 2014
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narasimha reddy k: I wear a UK 11 as i stay in UK and i have never been to USA so don't really know which size to order as UK 11= USA 12. So confused whether to order 11 or 12 Feb 14, 2014
Felix G: I wear Nike usa 10 and got my boots usa 10 and after some wear they aré a bit loose.
Feb 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: I hear they run a little long though, should I order 11s or 12s? I hate boots/shoes that are too long so I'm leaning toward 11s but don't want crushed toes either. May 18, 2013
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TheBatman: I would go for the 12s because you have just a bit more room for air and I wear a 10.5 and got the 11s and am extremely happy with them. May 21, 2013
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Dasdel2: I normally wear 11-11.5 shoes. However when I ordered the size 11 my toes were at the very end of the boot. I ordered a 12 and they are extremely comfortable. They do not feel too long. Hope this helps. Return of the size 11 was quick and easy. May 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hello,

I have large calfs and am looking for a trackday boot with enough space for the pants to fit into comfortably without being to tight. Any recomendations on a few models that are more generous on the calf?
Thanks in advance!
Aug 22, 2012
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ChrisDRWHMC: Although I personally haven't tried them, I've seen many reviews saying that the AXO Primato II boots have a fairly large opening/calf area and may be worth a look. Feb 4, 2013
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appjoe2004: Sidi vertigo. Cant say enough about this boot, but it has an adjustable/tuneable calf section on the boot. It works great Sep 16, 2012
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A shopper asked: Any idea when these will be back in stock? Oct 21, 2011
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Stevievai: They are in stock now. Aug 8, 2012
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Chris K: Unfortunately, the demand for this boot was higher than expected. The manufacturer is in production now for a new batch, but we don't know exactly when these will be back on the shelves. Oct 24, 2011
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A shopper asked: I noticed that it is not mentioned if these boots are CE rated or not. I am new into this and hear the phrase "CE rated" for different types of protective gear. What will CE rating give me that these boots do not have? Mar 9, 2015
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Ken W: CE is a Euro certification. what does it mean to the consumer? that the product will most likely cost more. A product made in America may not have a CE rating but doesnt mean it is an inferior product, and vice versa. Apr 20, 2015
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Jose R asked: I have a pair of these boots but in the photos they show half velcro strap and the boots I've got have it all the way down to the sole? whats the difference? Jun 25, 2014
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David C: Probably just the way they look in the picture. The Velcro on mine go all the way down to the sole also, sure makes them easy to get on and off. Jul 19, 2014
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Oleg K asked: Hello! I wear uk9.5\us10\44eur.
Which size of that boots for me?
Sep 7, 2013
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Cody R: I would go with the US 10 but that depends on if you fit in a 10 comfortable or tight. If you fit in them tight I would definitely go with a 10.5 because I fit in a 11.5 tight and I went with a 12 perfectly in these boots. Nov 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: When will these boots be available to order, not pre-order? Apr 1, 2011
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Nick A: Based on our current ETA from Cortech, we're expecting to have these boots shippable by mid-April. This date has slipped already, so it's tough to say for sure. If this changes, we'll be sure to update this page. Thanks for your patience! Apr 4, 2011
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A S asked: Choosing between these and Icon overlord boots. Do the cortech's have a steel shank in the sole? Jun 18, 2015
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A shopper asked: How still would you consider the toebox? Are you able to compress it by hand, or does it feel solid? May 27, 2015
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