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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 4.6 5 40 40
Great Product As soon as I saw them out of the box I noticed that they seem to be very well constructed. Materials seem to be good quality, and the boots are exactly what I wanted. Protective and waterproof. Haven't tested enough, but my few months with them have been great. Fitting is almost perfect for me. My feet fits perfect, but I have wider than normal calves, so I have to fold my pants up, the boots fit good though. But that's me, I have really big calves because I play a lot of soccer. The boots tend to be hot, nothing that bother. They are comfortable, for riding, but uncomfortable for walking, so I recommend to bring your shoes with you. In a very long commuting in the city, they tend to get uncomfortable, I'm speaking of a 2 hr commuting. Haven't tested them in rain nor crash, hope to never test their protective qualities. April 15, 2015
Stylish, Protective, But Not Entirely Comfortable I decided to give this boot a try based on the balance of value, style, and protection. Unfortunately this one didn't entirely work out for me. I normally wear size 11 boots and shoes, so that's what I ordered—even expecting, based on the video review by Anthony, that the sizing would be a bit wide (since my left foot is just slightly larger than my right). The boot comes on and goes off easily once opened, and despite having no buckles, the velcro-and-zipper closure works great, with no heel lift. Even though the RR waterproof version is not perforated, it still does vent away excess heat and humidity, as promised. The exterior protection on the shin, toes, heel, and ankles is quite sturdy, so that's also a bonus. Even with all the armor and the stiff sole, the boot still walks easily. However, the boot's greatness is a bit lacking in in its sizing and construction. The toe is just a bit narrow around the end under the TPU slider so, inside the boot, my last three toes felt a bit cramped, though not so tight as to cut off circulation. In addition, the plastic for the outside ankle protection ended up pressing too tightly into my ankle bones to be very comfortable even through the interior padding, and that was even after wearing them around my house for a few hours and walking up and down the hall quite a bit to try to warm them up. Overall, the price for these is great, they look awesome, and the protection looks very promising, but I'd recommend them only for those with a slightly narrower footing or willingness to pad the interior against your ankle. April 11, 2015
Break these boots in before you give up on them. 2014 vivid red FZ09 I've had these boots about a month now. I have wide feet and I'm half way to kankles. I wear a size 10, so I ordered a size 10/44. Out of the box they are stiff, I had a hard time zipping them up. Once my foot was in all the way they felt great everywhere except my pinky toe. My right foot is different than my left. My left had minor issues while my right pinky toe was screaming, it was getting crushed. I had it in my mind that I was going to return them for the next size up but I didn't want the next size up because I knew they would be too big for my foot and only solve the pinky toe problem. For the next few days I wore them around the house. Just like any other leather product you can expect them to break in and stretch about 25% bigger. I decided to keep them. 1 month later my toe barely feels that same pain from the initial fit. And I'm sure another month it will be totally broken in. They look great with my pants over them. They also look great with my pants tucked in. This is an aggressive boot for sport touring but most less aggressive ones I wanted were sold out of my size literally EVERYWHERE. I am used to wearing a full leather boot in high heat so these boots don't bother me. Yes they are hot with little ventilation but they are full leather and waterproof, what do you expect. I haven't had them in the extreme heat of Mobile, AL yet but so far I like these boots. I haven't had them in anything more than a light drizzle either so I can't speak of the waterproof qualities. I have had to adjust the way I shift for these boots because of how stiff they are compared to my work boots but it's nothing that would change my mind. last thing, I feel like I'm walking around in snowboard boots. I can walk somewhat normal but not really. For a full protection boot I don't mind. I use these for commuting, unless I'm in uniform, every time I sit on my bike, I zip these bad boys up. March 31, 2015
Definitely recommended After purchasing I was surprised that the boots are very comfortable this is my first pair of motorcycle boots and I do recommend these boots to anyone beginer or Advance rider very well-made and a comfortable breadable and waterproof for dad I'm given them 90- out of 100 December 15, 2014
Great first boots These are my first sport style boots, so take the review as you will. For sub-200, I think these are great, your foot will definitely feel protected and I can attest to them being waterproof. I found them comfortable to walk around in, enough to wear quickly if you're running a short errand, even though you may get some strange looks. I wear them for my commute, on-off is very quick so I can't complain. December 1, 2014
Suprised I got these on clearance because I wanted a racing style boot and was very surprised how well they fit. I have narrow feet but bigger calves and they fit great! They don't rub on my shins or the back of my calves at all. They are also much easier to walk in than other racing style boots that I have owned. All around a great boot! October 20, 2014
Latigo wp The boot is very comfortable and allows some airflow. The one con is that its not the best quality. The stiching is starting to loosen up and I only had them for less then a month. This is also my first pair of race boots so I cant compare much, and think that I will have to get some new ones next season. Definetly worth investing a lil more for a pair of better boots but will do for that price. September 23, 2014
Great boot for the price. Bought these for a track day / riding around on the streets. Great protection features, very comfortable. Will be riding a lot off road but won't be using these...not enough stiffness, but hey, these are great for commuting, that's why I bought them. Haven't rode in the rain yet so can't say anything about waterproof-ability. Bought a size 12 originally but had to return for 12.5. Forgot to account for thickness of WP layer. They're hot in the sunny days though. Rode in sunny 85 degree Washington heat yeaterday, felt like an oven. Feels great while riding though, especially for the price. Super quick service from Revzilla too!! September 15, 2014
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Francis R: No nonsense boots for the money! Can't complain... Apr 20, 2015
Renzo G: Had to re-order size 10, i wear a size 43 in Sidi vertigo corsa (Awesome boot) and size 43 in Alpinestars SMX-plus. both these boots are perfect no tight fit even when i was breaking them in. i wanted some WP boots, buddies have these but they fit tight on both feet. hope this helps. Mar 31, 2015
Benjamin E: Good Reviews Feb 13, 2015
Javier M: wáter proof, and low Price, and I like the boots. Feb 13, 2015
Douglas M: I had a pair of "setups"for years and so I upgraded to your brand, mine are worn thin. Feb 11, 2015
A J: Looked at the reviews and videos, seemed to be pretty good boots for the price. Dec 19, 2014
Robert K: value and safety features. Nov 28, 2014
Luan H: Price Nov 13, 2014
Corey T: Best bang for the buck from what I'm told! Aug 22, 2014
Gerardo E: waterproof, asthetically pleasing Aug 19, 2014
matthew c: here is why i chose your company.... the videos, i watch the videos, they guy who does them is fair in his critique of the products. i will purchase more from you in the near future. thanks Aug 16, 2014
Steven M: I thought they were good value Aug 6, 2014
Mark L: Wanted a more protective boot than my Alpinestars Ridge (great boots) and TCX X-Square. Am heading for a track day so it seemed like the time to go for this.

Reviews all over the internet seem to point to great value and protection.

These are the boots at Rich Oliver Fun Camp and they work well.
Jul 31, 2014
Miles M: Seemed Like the best quality and protection for the money. I found the AXO Primato for cheaper somewhere else but these look like they have better shin and ankle protection. Jul 24, 2014
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 S asked: Is this boot applicable for someone riding a Yamaha Super Tenere? Jan 1, 2015
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Francis R: I would suggest you go for the TCX Sport Tour WP. The price is comparable to this boots and capability/safety features. It is because these boots are angled to accommodate sportier riding position, whereas, TCX is designed for more upright stance on the bike you like you mentioned. In any event, both pairs have good value vs. price. Go follow your heart's desire. Ride safe and fast!!! Jan 1, 2015
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Darin K: I think it depends on where you are riding. I used these for in town riding, not for off road. If that is your use I would certainly think they are applicable for those conditions. Jan 5, 2015
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Sebastian C: The boot is very comfortable and more than enough for your Yamaha Tenere. Just need to break it in. Jan 2, 2015
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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: I currently wear a size 9.5 US/42.5 EUR Boot for work, and they fit just fine. (workboots) These will be my first motorcycle boot, I was wondering if I should go with the 9 or 10 size? Dec 25, 2014
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John Cleaver B: The boots fit pretty much true to size, so if you think a half size smaller would be too tight, go for the 10. Dec 25, 2014
ernesto d: I found them true to size. I wear 9 normally on runners. Or an Adidas 10. I got 9 and they are just right. Dec 25, 2014
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Bernard M: I usually wear a size 8.5 wide and went with the 9 to account for the sides of my feet. Feb 10, 2015
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Mauricio A: Go #10 nice choice boots Dec 25, 2014
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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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A shopper asked: My current commuting boots fit such that my work slacks (under an Aerostitch) fit over the top of the calf area. Can someone give an opinion on if these boots' upper calf/shin area is too thick for slacks to fit over? The Cortech badged section protruding on the front looks like a problem. Thanks in advance. Jul 9, 2014
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Timothy T: They are fairly thick at the shins. You would have a hard time fitting slacks over them. I always tucked mine into them. Jul 9, 2014
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