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This exclusive racing boot combines technology and safety. Designed to be worn beneath the suit for reduced risk of attachment to obstacles in case of fall, this boot also offers better aerodynamics and lower weight. Safety is ensured by numerous technical features including the jointed D-Axial system in TPU keeps the foot from twisting, the internal retainer band prevents fractures and the boot coming off, the shock absorption heel, inserts in steel and nylon, heel, front and rear shinguards in TPU. A differentiated texture sole and TPU inserts on the internal side ensure better grip while riding.
D-Axial jointed anti-ankle twist back system in TPU
Great boots, love suit-to-boot
43 fits my narrow size 9 1/2 (occasionally 9 or 10 depending on the shoes) feet great. Very comfortable and not stiff at all, easy to articulate at the ankle for shifting and braking. No complaints at all :)
June 22, 2015
A wonderful but without compromises.
I have graduated to this boot from the lower level TRQ Out Race boot. The fit is just as comfortable and familiar. I opted to go with an in boot to wear under my Drake Air pants. I don't expect anything less than complete protection that I am use to from Dainese and look forward to many years of reliable use from this boot.
August 24, 2014
great boots fit nice and snug but break in really nice. had a low side at chuckwalla raceway and tumbled for a few yards. boots offered great protection and held up really good just some small scuffs here and there. definetly would recommend,
December 30, 2013
Great Boot that does it all.
These are great top-level boots...
You can wear them on and off the bike.
-Great feedback and control on the bike.
-Comfortable and looks good off the bike.
You can wear them with full leathers at the track or under a pair of jeans around town.
I prefer the fit over SIDI boots, with the quick draw lace system they fit much better and your foot does not slip in the boot at all.
I feel like my feet would be completely protected if I have a get off, high or low.
They are expensive, but you get what you pay for.
August 5, 2013
Nice fitting Boot
I was not in the market for such a stunning boot, but when I tried it on, it fit like a glove. Seriously, they were like slippers. I wear a size 9.5 in Clarks shoes and a 10.5 to 11 in Nike Air. The boots that fit were size EU 44 or US 11. They look stiff but are very comfortable. A friend tried them on and was really amazed at how comfortable they are, especially since they look so technical and stiff. The BEST PART of this boot is how it zips up from the back allowing the back inserts to open backwards and allow plenty of room to easily slide your foot into the boot. No fighting to get in or out of this boot! That part is what sold me.
The only complaint I have is at the very top of the back of the boot where the zipper meets seems to rub against the back of my leg and it irritates the calve. After two days of wearing these boots I realized that the skin was getting really red and would blister in a small spot. So I put on a pair of knee socks and that solved the problem. I then ordered the Dainese Knee socks and they are really comfortable and do the trick, yet slightly expensive.
April 3, 2013
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Thomas P: Awesome boots that doing everything the axial pros do in terms of protection at a slightly cheaper cost. If I had the money or was a competitive racer I would've gone with the axials but beyond that to torques do everything just cheaper and less exotic.Apr 27, 2014
A shopper asked:Husband normally wears 10.5 in running shoes, has larger calves...should we get a 10 or an 11 in this boot?Jun 27, 2015
ronald c:My Torque RS In boots come up to the base of my calves. I would consider my calf size to be on the slimmer side. The RS In boots do have a snug / firm fit around my ankle and lower calf. If your husbands calves are on the larger side I would recommend the RS Out boots. Either way I absolutely love the fit, finish and comfort that these boots give. As usual Dainese lives up to its billing and fulfills your expectations. Jun 27, 2015
Raymond C:Same thing for me I went with half a size smaller and although my calves aren't that big, there was still plenty of wiggle room from above my ankle. The only downfall to these boots is that the soles wear out pretty fast and that you have to make sure the suit will fit over the boots. It was quite difficult to zip my pant legs all the way down since theses boots are designed to go inside the suit. Jun 27, 2015
Tyler W:The ankle part of the boot fits to your leg by pulling on a string to tighten it to your leg. This means there is a lot of adjustment room for your ankle. Being able to adjust the circumference of the ankle portion would allow you to customize to your feel. So I would recommend getting the foot size right and you'll be able to adjust your ankle/calf fitment.Jun 29, 2015