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Technology and aggressive design come together in this racing boot with elevated safety levels ensured by the jointed D-Axial TPU anti-twisting system, shock absorption on the heel, inserts in steel at the sides and heels, and nylon inserts on the base of the foot and toe. Calf adjustment permits correct fit with elevated comfort, and the D-WP waterproof liner guarantees wide versatility during on-road use under all weather conditions. Differentiated texture soles and TPU inserts on the internal side ensure elevated grip during riding.
Waterproof D-WP interior
D-Axial jointed anti-ankle twist back system in TPU
Great, protective boot
This is my first Dainese boot, and so far I have been very pleased with it. I wear it on my sportbike and supermoto as well. It seems very protective which was my primary reason for purchase. Most other race boots that I've had experience with are comparably much less supportive to the ankle in the event of a crash. Very comfortable boot and easy to get on/off. Haven't tested in rain yet, but it is quite warm. Think it will be great for Fall/Winter riding, but possibly a bit too warm during Summer months or track days? I really like the style as well.
October 15, 2012
These do NOT have internal lacing bootie
I was trying to decide between these and the TRQ-Tour Gore-Tex boots so I ordered both. The TRQ-Tour's didn't feel as good on the foot and looked a little funny as there was extra space/leather on the top of the foot so that when you bent your foot forward, it would bunch up. The Torque Pro WP's were tighter on the top of the foot and didn't have that same 'bunching' issue, looked much better on the foot & felt better. They were tighter over all (narrower) but especially from the mid foot forward giving a very solid feel. The TRQ's were tighter in the heel area which also felt great but the front didn't feel as tight/good.
I'm also inbetween sizes so I tried 42 & 43 in the TRQ-Tour while the Torque Pro's were 41 & 42 (both boots also fit different in sizing). The smaller size were too small (tight) with the insert but perfect w/o. When inquiring about the inserts, I was told they are made to have the inserts in place as you ride and not w/o so I had to go up a size. There was too much heel lift when going up a size which made me worry the were too big but after riding and walking around a bit it's not that big a deal, I hardly even notice it. I may get some different insoles later to take up a bit more room if it becomes an issue.
Unlike the other Torque boots, the WP does NOT have the internal lacing bootie which I would have liked to know ahead of time. I may have just gotten the regular version instead had I known. I'm also glad I got these instead of the TRQ's as the first time out on the track I was grinding the toe sliders which I thought I'd never have a need for. Overall I'm very happy with these.
May 18, 2012
This boot is very reliable!
I originally purchased this boot because of the style. No doubt, it looks hot. I also needed a boot with the safety features of a non-slip sole & ankle protection for a safety class I was taking. On the first day of the class it was raining and I dumped the bike at a slow speed. The whole weight of the bike ended pinning foot. When the instructor came over I was laughing as she lifted up the bike. I told her, "I couldn't even feel the bike. I was just pinned."
The style is definetly there. The safety is way past being there. Durability is there because my boot was barely scratched from having a bike teeter on it.
Dainese: 2 thumbs up!
April 16, 2012
Very nice boot but it's on the pricey side
I have been looking for a pair of waterproof boots that offers good ankle support for a while now. Most of the waterproof boots are made for "touring" which don't offer as much protection as I would like.
I currently also have a pair of Puma V1000v2 which is an excellent boot. Comfortable and has very good protection. Alas, they aren't waterproof so I don't wear them for touring. The Torque Pro Out D-WP does not offer the same level of protection but does have decent ankle support.
The boots are very comfortable from the first ride and no break-in is required. Getting in-and-out of them is very easy with the rear zipper. The zipper holds in place and don't loosen during riding. The adjustable calf sections is nice as you can adjust them if you want to wear your leathers in or your jeans out.
I haven't had a chance to use them in the rain yet so I can't testify on its water resistance. I just came back from a two day trip in a cold-weather ride. With a thick pair of socks, they kept my feet warm. These don't flow that much air so they may get hot in warm riding season.
All-in-all, they are a very nice pair of boots albeit on the pricey side.
April 8, 2012
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