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Dainese Fulcrum C2 Gore-Tex Boots
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Dainese Fulcrum C2 GTX Boots

This boot is made in soft cowhide and designed for long-range touring use. The elasticated inserts on the back of the foot, the non-slip outsole, and the gear change guard all increase comfort and practicality remarkably both on and off the bike. This boot also features a waterproof Gore-Tex membrane that suits it for use in even unfavorable weather conditions. Riders are guaranteed extra safety also by the thermoformed and composite inserts provided on the ankle and shin respectively.


  • Thermoformed inserts on the shin and ankle
  • Abrasion and tear resistance
  • Cowhide leather
  • Elasticated bellows
  • Temperature regulation
  • Breathable waterproof Gore-Tex membrane
  • Shifter guard
  • Reflective inserts
  • Non-slip sole

Note: The C2 designation indicates that the boots have gone through the CE Approval process for Europe. The boots are otherwise identical to the previous version they replaced.


We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements. Dainese sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chest: Measure from under/top of armpit across chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone
  • Gloves: Using a flexible measuring tape, measure around your hand, behind the knuckles, not including the thumb.

Dainese Boot Size Conversions

Dainese Euro Size US Men's Size
36 4.5
37 5.5
38 6
39 7
40 7.5
41 8.5
42 9
43 10
44 11
45 11.5
46 12.5
47 13
48 13.5
49 14.5
50 15.5

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 36 887625 1795167-001-36 Available: Available to order from Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Black / 37 887624 1795167-001-37 Available: Available to order from Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Black / 38 887623 1795167-001-38 Available: Available to order from Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Black / 39 887622 1795167-001-39 Out of Stock
Black / 40 887621 1795167-001-40 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 41 887620 1795167-001-41 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Dainese Fulcrum C2 Gore-Tex Boots 4.8 5 20 20
Nice boot! I just received my Fulcrum boots today and went for a short ride on my new BMW R1200RS. This won't be the most in depth review, but here are my impressions: One: very comfortable right out of the box. Two: The size is good, a little roomy (I'm a euro size 45, US: 11 1/2). They'll be great when the weather is cooler. I'm in So Cal and its hot now, on Oct 31! Three: Hard to fit Levis' 501 jeans over them, as in...not possible. Four: Vanson leather pants tuck into them perfectly and comfortably, and ...look the part! Now the funny part: I put the boots on and sat on my bike in the garage and thought that the sole of the boot was too sticky to slide off the peg to shift and that the toe was too tall to get under the shifter and that there wasn't enough "feel" to be confident on the bike changing gears and braking. However, once under way and riding, I forgot about what the dry run in the garage felt like and the boot didn't get in the way at all! I think that this will be a very long lasting and useful touring boot for me. October 30, 2015
Far and Away the best "all around" boot on the Market I bought two pairs of these so far and will order another if I hear they are going to change or discontinue them as they are the best travel boot for touring especially in the wet. My first pair is still holding up good but developed a hole in the sole right where my right foot hits the centerstand lift bar and you really can't fault the boot for that. MY TEX is very heavy when full loaded and putting it on the centerstand is too much for reapeated abuse to the boot. That said I bought a pair of Revit waterproof boots to go with my waterproof leather outfit by the same brand and after this weekend and only a year of use they are leaking pretty much in the toe box already where the Dainese are not after more than five years of service .. The Gortex is the bomb. I should also mention I have hiked for miles in these at destinations with no blisters ore ill affects and there is not a more comfortable moto boot that I am aware of . If I were to nit pick it would be getting them on when new especially. I have a high arch and sometimes have a bit of a time putting them on. Once in the boot though they fit like a glove . Great boot. If you fine them on sale under 300 bucks buy them thet;re the cat's pajammas October 7, 2015
Overall, I think these are a good boot I had a pair of Cruiserworks Touring boots that lasted almost 9 years of wearing them virtually every day, year-round. They did have a manufacturers defect in the sole that caused me to have to send them back for new soles after two years. Recently, that failure happened again (sole just splits in half even though the tread is still in good shape). The leather was starting to get deep cracks and their customer service did not return my phone call, so I opted to switch brands. I settled on the Dainese Fulcrum C2 Gore-Tex as the best replacement option. The quality/finish on the boots seems outstanding. These are the first boots I've had with a zipper, and I like it in some ways, and in other ways I don't. I wonder about the longevity of the velcro covering over the zipper with wearing these daily for years. I know, they say your boots should be replaced much more frequently, but... I also was looking for an all-season boot as I don't want to have multiple pairs of boots to cover the warm and cool riding seasons. These boots are definitely warmer than the Cruiserworks Touring boots I had. They may be too warm for many people on hot summer days. My feet have been very warm, but I did not notice any sweating/moisture build-up. They are certainly nice for the cooler weather riding. I generally wear a size 9 shoe, although I have recently needed to start wearing a 9.5 (US) in some shoes. So, given that they only offer full sizes, I was concerned a 9 would be too small, so I opted for the 10. The 10 is certainly working and will be fine, but I needed to remove the insoles and add a thicker insole after wearing for a couple days because the amount I'd have to raise my toe inside the boot before reaching the top of the boot to then raise it enough to shift was bothersome. It is much better (and the overall comfort is much better) with upgraded insoles. For the price, it seems they could use a better insole, but perhaps they figure people will want to customize to whatever insole works best for them. I'm not a huge fan of the looks of the patch on the toe for reducing shifter wear, but it is doable. One thing I liked about the Cruiseworks Touring boots was that they largely looked like normal shoes. The Dainese Fulcrum C2 Gore-Tex look a little more specifically like a motorcycle boot, but still plain enough to not stand out to the degree that others will likely notice. I've had these a couple week (wearing daily) and I do like them. The velcro is really the only piece I wonder about the longevity. September 28, 2015
Great purchase, very satisfied I took delivery about 2 days before I left on a 8,625 miles in 21 day Harley tour from south Florida to Toronto to Sturgis to Montana and return. So, absolutely no break-in time or special care before hand. My feet, on a foot sizing tool are exactly 11C. These boots fit perfect with the heavy socks I like to wear. Without socks they are a bit loose as you would expect. On this trip, I saw heat, cold, sun, rain and even hail. While my body was exposed to about 50 to 95 degrees on this trip, my feet always stayed very comfortable. Never cold, wet or sweaty. The soles are flexible enough that I walked a lot in them sometimes not even remembering I was still in them instead of my daily hiking boots that I love so much. As It turned out, I happened to test their strength at the border toll booth. As I was rolling slowly up to the agent with my feel hanging down hovering above the ground next to the side of the bike, my left toe caught the curb that I didn't realize was higher and closer that I determined. It grabbed the boot and twisted it back and dragged it really hard along the curb. The toe and side surface was ground down pretty bad but the structure and the waterproofing were not affected. As a comfortable touring boot, I couldn't ask for more. The quality of construction is great and the leather is premium too. However, I can say that for my adventure bike, I want a little more rigid construction and more aggressive armor just because I am more likely to go down than not!! Thanks, Revzilla August 17, 2015
Great commuter & touring boot I live in DFW Texas and wanted a 4 season riding boot for my daily commute. I have a narrow size 14US foot, so I went with a size 48 Dainese boot (known to be more narrow), and the fit is nearly perfect! Pros: The leather feels and wears nicer than the synthetic. The boot has little to no break in period. Simple inside-the-ankle zipper and huge velcro panel over the Gore-Tex gusset make the boot water tight, slightly adjustable, and easy on/off. The style on these is classy and understated. These boots aren't just for old guys on Goldwings! Snugged tight, these boots will fit under even my fitted jeans, so I'll never look a storm trooper. That said, you can give the velcro some space and stuff your slacks, jeans, or riding suit down in the boot if that's your agenda. Cons: The top of the zipper strip comes to a point ABOVE the gore-tex liner. the end of the zipper strip poked into my calves on the inside of both legs, making my legs bleed. After a week of break in with tall socks the boots no longer rub my legs. As expected from such a large velcro panel, removing the boots is a LOUD process. I've tried a lot of boots, and nothing beats the style and quality of these Dainese Fulcrum boots. Those with big & narrow feet will love these or a boot with a laced inner booty or external lacing system. June 24, 2015
Best Boot I've ever owned.... I love this boot! Initially I was not in love, due to the somewhat narrow sizing of the boot. However, over a relatively short time, the boot did conform to my wide foot, and all was well. Not only is this boot good looking, it is a reasonable walking boot, and provides bike protection too. Although the upper portion of the boot is flared, the boots fit quite easily under straight leg leather pants. Fit and finish is excellent...from stitching to zipper quality to gobs of velcro on the zipper fly covers. I've not yet experienced the GoreTex waterproofing of this boot, but have GoreTex in many other boots, all of which have remained virtually waterproof. Last (but not least) is the super ease in putting on/taking off of these boots. Who could ask for more? May 11, 2015
Great boot ! This boot was comfortable right out of the box! Would recommend if you have narrow feet. Great looking boot!! February 16, 2015
Best fit, quality, and price. The high quality I have come to expect from Dainese. I can't believe how nice these boots are. They were snug putting on the first few times, but then they were perfect. A little narrow at first, but they conformed to my feet. True to size. These are 12.5s, and I normally fit between 12 and 13. I have owned a lot of motorcycle boots, these are the best so far. I even leave them on when I get to work, 12hr shifts and some concrete walking in an aircraft hanger. These were recommended to me by two other motorcyclist, one who owns two pair, one of which he takes to the shoe repairman once in a while for the soles. I also like these soles, easy to walk in and are not slippery in an aircraft hanger environment. January 2, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Charles G: Reviews on revzilla Oct 12, 2015
Jesse G: All day comfort and style Aug 31, 2015
Brett G: Reviews Jul 7, 2015
Douglas T: style and ratings Jun 3, 2015
Daniel A: Looking for a good quality waterproof touring boot. Anthony's presentation sold me on it. May 22, 2015
David L: Comfort and style in a long range touring boot also used for commuting. Not overly "track" looking or featured. May 18, 2015
Keith M: For quality boot that fits a narrow foot. May 1, 2015
Russell B: To serve as both a Roading Touring boot as well as a Dual Sport Boot.
They definitely have served me well in both areas of riding. I no longer even pull my SIDI Adventure Boots out of the closet when I go offroad.
Trust Me, these are without a doubt the most comfortable boots out of the box that I could have ever imagined.
I've even used them twice to feet cows, when we had Mud conditions up to my ankles.
Mar 26, 2015
Timothy A: I like the overall style of the Fulcrm, the GoreTex lining, and the good level of protection while still being a good walk about boot. Jan 12, 2015
bret s: love the style , relatively protective and suppose to be comfortable. Nov 19, 2014
Howard B: Outstanding Boot. Very comfortable and very waterproof. Fits nicely under the shift peg. Comfortable during the ride or waling around. Dainese quality. Oct 13, 2014
Raymond W: My girl just got the Dainese Stella GTX and they are great. I wanted a comfortable boot for my Street and ADV riding that were Gore-Tex with thick comfortable cowhide uppers that need no breaking-in time. Jul 8, 2014
Denis M: After having both knees replaced, 6 screws in the right foot, 2 screws in the other, a size 15EE riding boot is hard to find. I was looking for a serious MX boot but couldn't find one that fit. These from Dainese surprised me. The Italian leather at first were tight. But within a couple of days formed to my feet so well that now I wear them all day, for dress, casual, and riding. I rinse the mud off, polish them with black shoe polish then take the wife out to dinner with suit and tie. Nice Jan 7, 2014
Thomas R: Reviews state boot is very comfortable. Soft cowhide vs. hard, stiff leather. boots reported to have a narrower footbed. guaranteed for life re; waterproof. uses gortex for waterproofing. Nov 30, 2013
Bryan H: Style, supposed comfort, and decent protective features for a touring commuting boot. Also because of the Gore-Tex lining. I've had Gore-Tex gear before and it works amazingly. I really like Dainese's design and subdued looks. Being able to wear these under pants and not look like a space man is a nice notion. Hoping these fit better than the TRQ Tour boots from Dainese. Sep 16, 2013
I G: reviews Sep 13, 2013
Rob E asked: I am looking at the Dianese fulcrum boots and wondering about the sizing - I normally wear size 11us sizing - Should I go with the 44 or 45 ? Feb 5, 2015
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Brad R: One data point -- Size 48 fit me best on a US size 13 / 13.5
If you have a narrow foot then these take an OTC insole and I would round up a size to accommodate -- but then the fit is super.
Feb 7, 2015
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Howard B: I bought the size 46 to fit my size 12 foot. The sizing chart shows 11.5 - 45 and 12.5 size 46. I went the size up and it fit perfect. Feb 9, 2015
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Ken B: this will probably just confuse you more...I ordered size 47 for my size 13 feet. I have slim ankles and this boot fits great. Feb 5, 2015
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Lorraine M: They fit pretty great I would go with the 45 to be safe because you can always put on bigger socks to make them fit Feb 6, 2015
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Dave V: They are sized small so go higher Feb 5, 2015
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Kenneth T asked: Some of the reviews of this boot state that it runs a bit small. I wear a size 43 Sidi On-road boot. Should I order a size 43 or 44 in the Dainese?

Thanks, Ken
May 9, 2014
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Shaun T: I can't exactly confirm for you but I have two Dainese boots, both 44 and they both fit true to size and I have a pair of Sidi shoes for my road bike , (as in peddle bike;-), that are also 44. Hope that helps some. May 14, 2014
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Denis M: I'm 6'-3" and I wear a 13EEE or 14EEE, depending on the shoe maker. I bought size 50 (size 15). A great fit for me.

I would suggest at least a 44. And you should also consider, maybe, you might need even a 45.

I like the boot a lot.
May 15, 2014
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Robert A: i would agree that these boots tend to run a bit small. It's not so much in the length, but in the overall volume of the boot. May 14, 2014
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Daniel W asked: How thick is the toe protector? I ride a Ducati Monster and the gear shifter often gives me toe pain, so I would like something that is thicker than the toe protector on the Alpinestars SMX-1 boots that I currently wear. Sep 19, 2013
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Bryan H: If you mean the shifter pad, it's not very hard/thick. its made of some kind of rubber/plastic material that has some give. Now if you mean the actual toe well, then it feels pretty solid. Kind of like a steel toe boot for example, with maybe a slight give to it, because it is not made of metal. Hopefully that's helpful. Sep 21, 2013
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