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  • Cortech Latigo Waterproof RR Boot
  • Cortech Latigo Waterproof RR Boot
  • Cortech Latigo Waterproof RR Boot
  • Cortech Latigo Waterproof RR Boot

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Cortech Latigo WP Road Race Boot

  • Mycro Tech™ upper
  • HiPora® waterproof, breathable membrane
  • 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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Cortech Latigo Waterproof RR Boot 4.5 5 25 25
Can't beat it for the price Been wearing these for a few weeks now and I love them. For cold weather riding, they are perfect (all in the 60s and below so far). They took a few times to break in, but once they do they are comfortable enough to wear off the bike. I can't attest to the water proofing on them, but from the design I am sure they will work great. On hot days this summer it might be a little to sweaty, but I'll cross that road when I get there. March 31, 2014
The product is Excellent great product, fast shipping to Mexico. I will buy in Revzilla again!! March 24, 2014
Good boots for the price Good boots with good protection at a fair price. The size runs a bit small. They work well in the Chicago winter. January 29, 2014
Good boots for a good price I got these boots in October and put about 1500 miles on them before putting my bike away. They have held up well. No problems with fit or wearing early. They are comfortable to walk in and do their job on the bike. Unfortunately, I did low side in these boots. I wasn't going that fast (somewhere between 20-30) but they did their job well. The toe slider took the brunt of it but my feet were fine. I actually went running a few miles later that day. The boots got some scratches but came out OK and I'm sure I'll get plenty more miles out of them. January 6, 2014
Awesome Boot! Some have complained about the sizing on these boots. Put them on the first time and the right boot was difficult to zip up. After wearing around the house for a while, the boots are starting to break in and are getting easier to zip up. They are really comfortable and offer a lot of support. Loaded with features that you normally don't find in this price range. December 16, 2013
Decent Boots for the money. Good fit and comfortable. Not bad to walk in. Good protection. September 25, 2013
Good Value for the price Very good features for the price, initial quality seems excellent, and durability yet to be determined. Low air flow was what was expected for a waterproof boot. The boot is actually euro sized but listed by ZLA with common U.S. sizes. I always use a size 12, but a 47 in euro sizes. I ordered a size 12 and found it a little too snug and discovered it had a size 46 tag. ZLA's 12.5 is a size 47; did an exchange and the 47 fit just right. I am a sport tourer, and found these boots to be comfortable enough for short walks, although I pack a pair of tennis shoes for all day destination walking. June 24, 2013
Great boot for the price This is not the stiffest, most protective boot, but for the money it is the best around. It fits like most other brands. I tried on A* and Dianese. The 44 is every company seemed to fit about the same but the Cortech gave me a bit more width in the toe box. I just did my first track day in these and that they were great. I also commute daily in them and change shoes once at the office. Great boot overall boot at any price and certainly the absolute best for the price. June 11, 2013
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Cortech Latigo Waterproof RR Boot
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Chris M: they seemed like the best protection for my dollar Apr 2, 2014
Rick S: Commuting Mar 21, 2014
Bruno M: Great review by customers and revzilla guys. Awesome looks Mar 12, 2014
Efren C: accesible price and design Mar 5, 2014
Ronald S: aggressive sport riding style. replaceable toe slider. ankle reinforcements. waterpoof. Feb 24, 2014
JUAN R: Want waterproof sport cheap and protective boots. Hope these could be. Feb 14, 2014
Alexander K: These were a great value, have good protection and aren't crazy looking. Jan 5, 2014
Jeremy K: Seems like they offer a lot of features at a affordable price point. Dec 27, 2013
JESUS H: Very good looking boots and an agressive design. Nov 29, 2013
Alexis G: For a few track days and commuting.... A great deal! Nov 16, 2013
Iván G: excellent price and quality! Nov 8, 2013
Walter F: Just pick this boots, for a waterproof item, and a goog price item ! Oct 14, 2013
Earl C: I am a commuter, and weekend canon carver, but also want to try out a track day and needed a boot that will protect me in the event I have an accident. Sep 17, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm considering either these or the Air version. I'm wondering if these breathe enough for summer use or if I should get the Air boots until fall. If I get the Airs, do you guys think they would be enough to keep me dry in the south this summer, maybe with a liner? May 7, 2012
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RevZilla: Based on our experience, the Air boots do offer a noticeable amount of air flow over the waterproof model. For summer riding in the southern states we feel that the Air model would offer a more comfortable experience for the rider. In order to keep your feet dry in the rain you may want to consider trying something like the Klim Covert GTX Waterproof Boot Liner, which is a waterproof breathable gore-tex liner. Otherwise we would recommend sticking with the waterproof boot if you are planning on riding in rain often. May 15, 2012
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Shadow1432: I have the wterproof latigo's and I Love them in hawaii. Not unbearably hot but with regular cotton socks pretty warm unless you're going at least 30 mph. I intend to try out actual riding socks and would be willing to bet that with a pair of those they wouldn't be hot at all. As it stands I think they're pretty comfortable. Feb 19, 2013
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AdamJH: Wearing regular boot socks on a very humid 70 something day for 3 hours I had minimal sweat buildup and no discomfort during my ride.
It rains a lot down south, better off with a waterproof boot in my opinion.
Mar 24, 2013
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TheMongoose: I was in TN on my trip about a week ago, since your there you know wat the weather was like and no they were not hot, they were surprisingly cool, i thought about getting the air version but am glad i got the WP May 29, 2012
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KirkJ: The rain boots will definetly keep you dry but your feet will get hot on the warm days. I cant speak to the Air boots but like the idea of air and waterproof! May 13, 2012
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imachimper: I can see where these might get a little warm. But up here in the NW, the weather can change quick. May 12, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hello! I wear size 10 shoes, these boots for the size would be 10 or 11? Thank you. Junior Telmo. Jul 13, 2011
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tboy64: I wear a 10.5, bought the 11. They are perfect. I would go with the 10. Jul 18, 2011
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AdamJH: I wear a 9.5W, the 10 is slightly big but the width is good. Mar 26, 2013
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jvtech55: 10 Jul 18, 2011
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A shopper asked: Where can you buy replacable toe sliders for this boot? Dec 17, 2012
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RevZilla: The Tourmaster Latigo Boot Toe Sliders are available via the below link:

http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/tourmaster-latigo-boot-toe-sliders
Dec 18, 2012
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kiki: revzilla! Feb 19, 2013
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