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Travelling over mountains and valleys, cities and countryside, the motorcycle is the best way to discover a new world and leave humdrum and worries behind. The Long Range boot has been developed for motorcycle tourers in search of substance and quality. Equipped with nylon inserts over the ankle and a thermoformed insert over the shin, this waterproof cowhide boot also offers lateral closing by zip and Velcro for easy opening. The ergonomics of the upper and the use of elasticated inserts facilitate the movement of the foot during both riding and after dismounting ensuring adequate comfort even after hours and hours of use.
Nice looking comfortable boot with Italian pedigree
Long Range is a very nice looking low profile light touring boot. Two small issues that I have with this boot:
1. Rubber sole has deep cuts, catching the edge off the foot peg while trying to shift. It was somewhat annoying at first, but after few hours I don't notice this any longer (most likely just learn how to position my foot to avoid the edge of the peg)
2. The caff of the boot from the inside is made from some kind of synthetic leatherette. The material is not absorbent, and during hot day riding gets little wet.
Despite those small issues, I would still highly recommend this boot.
September 3, 2013
You get what you pay for with Motorcycle gear.
I ordered these, tried them on for 5 minutes, took them off neatly repacked them and returned them. The best thing i can say about them is that they were built for protecting the rider, not much else. They seemed like they were tough and rigid and would probably protect you should something unfortunate occur. However...
The first and singular problem I had with these is that I have wide feet and these were incredibly narrow. Not only that but they were some of the stiffest boots I have ever put on and tried to walk in. They had zero give. That would be forgivable if the soles created a nice rolling motion when you walked, nope flat as an iron. Think "Heel toe, heel toe" because there's no support between the two.
Another small but telling note is that most modern shoemakers have made some attempt to stylize the tread on their soles. The tread pattern on these is as dull and painful to look at as these boots are to wear.
The final straw was that the top edge was unfinished and the sturdy rough material scraped and irritated the skin as you moved. It was like someone had twisted a long length of aluminum foil into a rope then wrapped the circumference of my caff and shin.
The only I can think that Dainese figured everyone without exception would tuck their pant legs into the top of the boot. The clear message to everyone else then being "we just don't care."
Overall, Immediately awful for more than one reason.
November 28, 2012
Nice look, fine materials, very good fit, good protection.
July 24, 2012
Great boots for your money.
After riding with the boots, I have to say that they are great. The only thing I would change about them is to perferate them or somthing of that nature to give them some cooling. The are very comfortable boots, on and off of the bike. I used them for my work commute and then kept them on for 5 hours at work. I am on my feet the entire time and the only negative thing I will say about them is that they make you sweat.
June 10, 2012
A good boot.
Hard shin protection. Good overall protection. Nice style.
The top 5 inches of the inside of the boot appears to be fake leather. It looks like it could be sticky in summer. I'd prefer mesh for breathability. It's a bit difficult to pull the zipper up the last inch because the flap gets in the way. A pull tab would help.
March 26, 2012
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BORIS C: Great brand, perfect fit, comfortable use.Oct 4, 2013
Eric B: Freaking took forever to make a decision, but I was looking for a subdued yet very protective mid height boot. I mostly commute and do the occasional weekend warrior ride. This boot I think will provide me with maximum protection yet, be comfortable enough to walk around if needed. I also like that it offers protection without making me look like a damn Power Ranger.Aug 31, 2013
A shopper asked:How would you compare these boots to the Dainese Fulcrum, in terms of protection?Dec 8, 2011
Chris K:I would say that these boots are quite comparable in protection. The Long Range are slightly more sport touring, while the Fulcrum are more straight touring. However, they both offer excellent ankle, chin, heel and toe protection. If you are looking for something with more torsional resistance, try the Dainese TRQ Tour GTX boots.Dec 9, 2011
JuanCristobal F:Yes they a re not to bulky, and even when in the video they said are a little rigid for a day long use they are ok for me, I even have to run 1.5 miles at Georgia airport on then as new only problem is that with the heat of engine the medial face can of change looks but water do not go in.I use them as daily commute bootsOct 16, 2013
A shopper asked:I have the Dainese Nighthawk in a 42EU. Would you recommend I get the Long Range in the same size? Do you have the height measurement of the Long Range boot? Trying to see how much taller they are than the Nighthawks. Thanks.Nov 8, 2012
RevZilla:We took measurements of both boots starting inside the boot at the back of the heel up the back of the calf. The Nighthawk measures 7.25 inches and the Long Range WP measured 10 inches. We hope this helps with your decision.Nov 9, 2012
A shopper asked:Hi guys. Im looking at Dainese Long Range D-WP, Dainese Fulcrum GoreTex and the TRQ-Tour GoreTex. Between these boots, which¬?one is adjustable on the upper part of it (calf)? Im a skinny guy. I need boots that can adjust and secure the top part of it. Meaning that it doesnt felt loose while riding and walking. Thank you.Oct 22, 2012
RevZilla:Out of all of the boots in question, the Dainese TRQ-Tour Gore-Tex Boots are going to have the most adjustability. One of our employees is thin and has the Dainese TRQ Race Out Air Boots, which have the same adjustment system as the TRQ-Tour Gore-Tex Boots, and they fit him very well. If the Velcro is tightened halfway down the boots feel very secure. Keep in mind that, If you tuck your riding pants into the boots you will not have to adjust them as much.Oct 23, 2012
Joel P:Unfortunately, these boots will not fit inside the legs of a racing suit. We recommend either the Dainese Axial Pro In Boots, Torque Pro In Boots, or TRQ Race In Boots that are designed to fit and secure inside a Dainese racing suit.Feb 2, 2012