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The Dainese Latitour GTX boots are the ideal companion for a long journey or a short Sunday outing. The technical features of these boots is felt immediately thanks to the fact they are constructed from a very a tough polyamide fabric, polyurethane inserts and highly abrasion resistant D-Stone fabric. The safety factor is upped by a nylon heel stiffener while the heel itself is made from polyurethane.
Comfort, ergonomics and practicality are provided by a waterproof breathable GORE-TEX membrane, by the rear zip fastener and by reflective inserts. Latitour GORE-TEX boots are CE–Category II certified.
Nylon inserts on the ankles
Boot certified to CE - Cat. II - EN 13634/2010 Standard
Ergonomics and Comfort:
Breathable waterproof GORE-TEX membrane
High tenacity polyamide fabric
Closing with zipper at the back
Denoted as Dainese Latitour Gore-Tex in Dainese catalog
Subtle, comfortable city boot
This is a comfortable, understated, good-looking boot you can wear on and off the bike. Oozes the usual Dainese quality. Gore-tex doesn't breath as well as I'd hoped but that's the nature of the material I guess, and I didn't buy these for that purpose.
Comfortable enough to work around a few blocks off the bike. I walk about six blocks daily in these and can't complain.
Compared to my Torque Air Outs, these are quite a bit less protective of course, but they're enough for city riding and, for the less risk-averse, touring.
Fits true to size for me, and I have a slightly wide food.
Love Dainese's boots.
May 19, 2014
Long distance touring and commuting boot, FTW
tldr; Replacing/supplementing my TRQ-tours for x-country tours, but can also be worn with jeans.
I just purchased a set of these, size 45 (US 11.5), which is half a size above my normal US size. Unlike the TRQ Tours I have, which ran small and narrow, these fit comfortable at that size. I got these because I wanted a waterproof boot with decent protection that I could wear with jeans and street clothes, but then also take on tour and not have to pack extra shoes for hitting the bar or wearing about town on down days.
They still look a bit like some weird basketball shoe, but they aren't going to draw that much attention. The ankle protection is what throws off their visual proportions, and without beefing up the rest of the shoe it can't be helped. I like that the foot itself is relatively slim. and the bulky ankle is covered by your jeans anyways.
I can wear them in or out with my Dainese Alien pants -- that's a big win. However, because these do not come up as high as something like the TRQ-Tours, there is a spot on my shin that has less protection that I would like, between where the shin protection in the pant ends and the boot begins.
The ankle is protected, and feels secure, as does the heel cup and around to the outside of the foot. The rest of the foot is less protected, but when compared with my TRQ-Tours I think the toes may be better protected. All this is subjective of course and based on my "pushing" on the different parts of the boot.
The skywalk soles have always worked well for me, in rain or shine, better than all my other boots for sure.
On the bike, they are very comfortable, and the texture on the shifter pad does make for a nice contact point. They have a lower profile there as well, which makes it easier to get the move the boot around the shifter. Stiff enough to give good support on the pegs, but I don't stand up all that much. Yes still comfortable for walking if you are used to any kind of boot.
I have not had them on in the rain yet, so can't comment on the waterproofing.
That's quite a bit of win for the price point. Holding the last star until I get these in the rain, and put a few thousand miles on them like my other boots.
May 4, 2014
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Josh S:Funny you should mention western boots... I've got a set and I don't like them as much as my Dainese Dyno C2Bs because they feel too much like cowboy boots. The heels are narrow like many cowboy boots and they roll from heel to toe much the same. I prefer a flatter sole but they may be just what you are looking for. Very comfortable, and great on the bike. A bit warm, like work boots. They are quite thick around the ankle area due to the armour, not quite as stylish as I thought they would be. Jul 22, 2014