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Dainese Torque RS Out Boots White/Black/Anthracite / 43 [Blemished]
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Note: This item has cosmetic damage which may include, but is not limited to scuffs, scratches, stains or chips. The damage affects the aesthetics but not the function of the item. These boots have faint smudges on the white leather of the right boot above the shift pad area.

Dainese Torque RS Out Boots

Technology and aggressive design come together in this Lorica® racing boot with elevated safety levels ensured by the jointed TPU D-Axial system that keeps the foot from twisting, while the strap on the top of the foot prevents the boot from coming off. Other features include the shock-absorbing heel, inserts in both steel and nylon, and heel, front and rear shinguards made from TPU. Construction in D-Stone fabric and calf adjustment ensures a perfect fit for every wearer. A differentiated sole texture and TPU inserts on the internal side ensure better grip while riding.

Protection:

  • D-Axial jointed anti-ankle twist back system in TPU
  • Nylon toe box
  • TPU rear shinguards
  • Nylon midsole
  • TPU heelcounter
  • Metal inserts on the outer side and heel
  • Shock absorption insert on the heel
  • Boot certified to EN 13634 Standard

Main Materials:

  • Lorica® upper
  • D-Stone™ fabric

Ergonomics and Comfort:

  • Elasticated bellows
  • Velcro® calf adjuster
  • Closing with zipper at the back
  • Speed lacing system
  • Fixed liner in double jersey mesh airgap material
  • Air vent

Other Features:

  • High grip TPU inserts
  • TPU gear shifter guard
  • Non-slip sole with differentiated design
  • Replaceable stainless steel slider 
  • Setscrew wrench supplied
Bang For The Buck
4.3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.9 / 5
Features
4.7 / 5
Comfort
4.8 / 5
Style
4.8 / 5
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3.6 / 5
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Dainese Men's Footwear Sizing

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

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White/Black/Anthracite / 43 958843 Out of Stock

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Crash-tested: EXCELLENT!
This is the best pair of boots I have owned to date!<br><br>Fit/Size/Shape:<br>Fits mostly true to size, there is a tiny bit of extra room ahead my toes which only serves to make it more comfortable wearing and walking in it -- it's not pressing against your toes, which I would absolutely hate.<br>Foot bed is narrow by design in order to provide lateral support.<br>Wearing them all day is really not a problem at all.<br>Walking in them is not optimal due to the sole (more on that below). You get used to it after a while and it gets better when they break-in properly for your foot, but it's definitely not a walking/running shoe.<br><br>Design/Function:<br>Extremely low-profile appearance, compared to other top brands, in large part due to the steel sliders which don't need to be as thick as plastic to provide the same protection/sliding. Riding in the A* Supertech R feels like wearing a dozen socks in a pair of space boots, they feel bulky, even massive, compared to the Torque RS.<br>The rear-entry zipper is brilliant. Takes less time to put on and take off than anything else I've worn. Preferable to the A* S-MX Plus because you don't have to open it up with both hands to stick your foot in and there are no buckles that can fail. The zipper has held up surprisingly well, I was worried about it at first because zippers have been the weak point on my Dainese jackets (3 zipper failures on my Racing Leather). I suppose a retention strap of some sort wouldn't hurt as they have a couple of millimeters of play when zipped up but that's after almost 2 years of use.<br>The color scheme is alright (I have the black pair). I prefer solid colors so I could go without the gray accents and grids but they're not a turn off by any means.<br>I took off the sliders and spray-painted them black to make them less-obvious at work and college. I would advise against doing it with regular spray paint, rubs off after a while and looks pretty Mad Max-ish.<br><br>Features:<br>The sole is extremely hard! Which I think is great for safety. If you low-sided and the bike were to fall on your foot, the sole will give you a fighting chance and not fold over allowing your foot to get crushed. It's not slippery on wet pavement. It has rubbed off a lot in the crease where my foot pivots on the footpeg to change gears, but that's to be expected over time.<br>The shifter pad above the toes is beefy but still provides tactile feedback when changing gears.<br>Shin guard is great. Protected my shin in the freeway collision (more on that below) earlier this year, so I was very glad to have those boots on. It has a soft foam on the inside part of the boot, doesn't feel hard or anything.<br>Adjustment velcro panels around the zipper allow customizing the fit. I thought it was silly at first, since I only wore them over my leather pants in the canyons and never needed to make them fit differently. It did come in handy when I made them my permanent commuting boot - I can expand them to fit over my leathers in the canyons or shrink them to fit under my jeans for commuting. Note: the smallest velcro "setting" is still not tight enough to hug my leg completely when wearing under my jeans, but I suppose that's OK -- more airflow.<br><br>Airflow:<br>I have the perforated version, which was a great investment, since in California we mostly have heat. The boots allow a surprising amount of air in, considering how tiny the perforations are. On a stupid hot day if you're on the bike and moving, you'll be fine. If you're off the bike and sitting around for a while, you will get hot, it is a full boot after all. That being said, I choose to wear the Torque RS over my Dainese Dyno Pro 2CB, Alpinestars S-MX1, and other garbage riding shoes I've owned (Icon, Speed & Strenght "Moment of Truth") because in hot weather my feet feel most comfortable in them!<br><br>Crash test 1:<br>I wrecked in the canyons last year, went into a decreasing radius curve too hot, leaned the bike over too far trying to make it and panicked when I started dragging hard parts... foolishly stood the bike up mid-curve going 60+mph and ran out of road immediately, low-sided in gravel just before slamming into the mountain. Left ER with no damage to my feet whatsoever, only scratched up sliders.<br><br>Crash test 2:<br>In morning LA gridlock, some moron decided to cut traffic by getting into the HOV lane by jumping over the double-yellow sharply and without signaling (or looking). She ended up slamming into my right side, bringing me to a full stop from 30mph. The Yoshi frame slider absorbed majority of the impact (and destroyed the engine case as a result), and I do believe I would have lost my leg if I didn't have the slider to provide some room between the bike and the car for my leg!<br>I had a massive bruise on my knee and shin right below the knee. No damage to my foot or shin where protected by the Torque RS boots, despite taking a heavy impact -- enough to bend the footpeg and heel guard.<br><br>I'm probably forgetting something but this is already the longest review on the entire website, so I'll stop here.<br>Bottom line:<br>Top notch boots for a fair priced and more than competitive with similar-featured boots from well-known competitors.<br>I would/will buy them again when they fall apart, although, at the rate things are going, that may not be very soon.
May 14, 2015
Ride:
2015 BMW S1000R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
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4 / 5
Great boot
I originally ordered the Sidi Vertigos but after receiving them and finding out they has no ankle. lateral motion protection I didn't want to risk a broken ankle. I have to admit that the Style of the Sidis were a little better but there seemed to much going on the outside.<br><br>I was looking at getting the SIDI ST's.<br><br>These boots were recommended by Revzillia staff when I was setting up my return. At first I didn't like the look but I was willing to get over that for extra the ankle protection. I was ordering to Canada and already had to pay the shipping cost to return the Sidis so I went on the safe side and ordered the 45's which is actually 45.5 so 11.5 (US). I am a 10.5 and the boots feel a little larger but with the inside booties will tighten enough that you still have control to use shiftier/break. Look at the Dainese site for better sizing. If you are a 10.5-11 you can get away with a 44.<br><br>I also can really appreciate the simplicity of the boot vs something like the SIDISbut not compensating on safety. I was concerned that there was no Achilles calf protection on these vs the SIDI ST which has a TMP plate on the outside.<br><br>What the review video doesn't show well is the inside bootie has a plate that is covered once the back is zipped up.<br><br>Also the rear entry is really nice. Very quick in and out. The top of the boot is a bit big and unlike the SIDI has the ability to expand you can't shrink. Even with my leathers tucked there is some space about a fingers worth. Once you tighten the inside bootie the boot is solid and I would not worry about it coming off in a crash situation.<br><br>There is one vent at the top of the shin. I have ridden them in about 35C or 95F and they provide enough airflow to keep them cool. Since in Canada we get 2 months of heat but then 3 months of cool I think if I got the Air it would of been to cold in those shoulder months.<br><br>I would recommend this boot and highly recommend you send the extra $ and get something with lateral ankle protection. Is a broken ankle & torn ligaments worth not spending an extra $100-200. Not for me.<br><br>I prefer the simplicity of these boot vs all the bells and whistles of the SIDI ST boots. No need to break in these boots and it took a few rides to get use to shifting with full boots but now no problems. They are super comfortable if you are doing some walking around and no squeaking.<br><br>Also shipping even to Canada was supper fast and would order from Revzilla again in a heartbeat.<br><br>If you are looking for solid boots either for the track, street or sport touring you could not go wrong with these boots.
July 21, 2013
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
2 / 5
Great Boots
I have had these boots about a month now and have put about 800 miles on them.<br><br>Appearance: These are beautiful boots, well made and just scream quality. Every detail is perfect and fit and finish is flawless.<br><br>Sizing: As others have noted Dainese boots are very narrow. I have a very narrow foot and they are a little tight for me. But they quickly broke in and now they are perfect.<br><br>Comfort: Absolutely the most comfortable boots I have every owned. I could wear them without socks if I wanted to, that is how good they are. No bumps, seams or pressure points anywhere.<br><br>Break-In: With all of the hard protection this boot offers I was sure it would take a while to break in but to my surprise that wasn’t the case. They broke in very fast and I even found it very easy to walk in them. Granted I don’t walk a lot just off the bike and maybe into the coffee or sandwich shop.<br><br>Protection: These boots have you covered. It’s hard to find any area of your foot that is not protected. I especially like the hardened area of the boot behind the rear zipper that protects the back of your ankle and lower leg. When I first saw that I thought it might be annoying and bug me but I was wrong. You don’t feel it and don’t even know it’s there.<br><br>This is my first piece of Dainese kit and boy am I impressed. I have owned 4 pair of Sidi boots in the past and have always been very happy with them but I think I have been won over. Come the fall I will getting a new leather jacket and I know it will be a Dainese jacket. Dainese kit is expensive but it is well worth it.<br><br>I have the luxury of working very close to Revzilla’s showroom so I can go there anytime I buy gear and try it on so fit is never a question. Hands down the best place to buy. Great staff with expert knowledge. I have a bad habit of buying things too big and the great folks there broke me of that. Revzilla is the only place I will buy .
July 15, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Very Sturdy and Protective Boots
I've just started riding a motorcycle but due to the high risk I wanted to make sure I bought the best protection I could afford. These boots are one notch below the top of the line Dainese boots but are excellent and I was able to soon test our their protection.<br><br>Overall Review -<br>The quality of the boots is very high and everything looks and feels strong. The single zip system for entering and exiting the boot is a big time saver. The boot also lets you expand the calf portion if your calfs are too large or you need more space to stuff your pants into the boot. I wear a size 9 US shoe size and the 43 cm size fit perfectly snug. Also note that these boots out of the box new are a little stiff at first but within an hour of riding and walking in them they've broken in nicely and are very comfortable to walk and wear. The shoes also look nice and stylish ( I got the white ones ) .<br><br>My Personal Story -<br>After receiving all my gear and getting my license I wanted to start practicing my motorcycle safety foundation techniques to get comfortable with my bike. But I was eager, and I wanted to just sit on the bike and practice moving it with the clutch. A simple and safe task, that shouldn't be risky or need to put on all the gear I just bought right? Well gear only works if you have it on, and I'm glad I decided to make the correct call and fully suit up. As I backed out of the garage I let the bike lean too far to the right and the bike and I fell to the side. The bike's metal frame landed on top of my right foot. The bike was being held up off the ground by my foot alone and was keeping the tank/exhaust from touching the ground. Yet, my foot was fine. I didn't even notice the weight of the bike on my foot at all. This is where buying good gear and making sure to wear it comes into play. The Dainese boots have a very strong sole/rim on the bottom of the boot with softer supports toward the ankle and calf. I thought that this may not be very protective at all, but when I saw how the boot could support a 420lb bike on it's sole I was impressed. Not only that, but Dainese uses a single zipper design which came in handy. I could have sat there on the ground all day with no effect to my foot but I simply had to unzip ONE zipper from the back and my foot slipped right out. My friend came by and we examined the damage to both the bike and boot. No damage to either of them! Boot looked brand new. I am almost positive had I not been wearing these boots I'd have a broken foot right now. My foot would have been damaged enough for at least a cast or serve medical bills. Instead I just walked away.<br><br>I highly recommend these boots, or similar boots of equal quality and protection. Gear that doesn't protect you isn't worth what you paid for it.
May 10, 2013
Ride:
2013 Ducati Monster 796
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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3 / 5
I like this boot much more than I thought I would
I have had the Torque RS Out boots for a month and have ridden a couple hundred miles with them. I was accustomed to riding in standard leather boots and did not know what to expect from more technical boots.<br><br>When you first put the boots on, they have a slight ski-boot feel to them, but after a few rides, I really started to enjoy them. The construction of the boots is obviously of high quality, in look, feel and functionality.<br><br>The sole of the boots grips the road exceptionally well. When I place my foot down I have a high degree of confidence that my bike, a K1600GT, which is heavy, is not going to cause my foot to slip.<br><br>The first few times the boots were slightly difficult to put on, but after a few rides, that slight problem largely went away. The boots are rear-entry, which helps, but they are technical boots and you need to use pressure to get them off and on. The zipper up the back of the boots works well and makes getting them off and on easier.<br><br>My calves are average sized and I have plenty of room. I did not need to use the adjustment.<br><br>There is a string-pull adjustment over the arch of the foot that allows you to adjust the uppers of the boots and make the fit snug. This is a very useful feature. I have not needed to loosen this adjustment each time I put the boots on or take them off, either.<br><br>The thing that surprised me most about the boots is how comfortable they are when ridding. The fit is wonderful. I can feel the gear shifter nicely as well. The ankle is rigid laterally but quite flexible otherwise.<br><br>I bike in Northern California near the coast so the weather is always a little on the chilly side. I suspect the boots might be a little warm in the summertime in some place.
May 18, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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3 / 5
Excellent protection that oozes style
Dumped a BMW F800GS with hard cases packed to the gills on this boot during a left low side skid out while doing some aggressive riding on dirt roads filled with silt. The boot took the impact so well, I was not hurt even slightly. Got right back on and was on my way. The single zip allows you to get in and out of these boots about as fast as a fireman suiting up. And of course, like all Dainese apparel the boots stop traffic. People who don't eve ride want to know who makes them. Love these boots.
August 9, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
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3 / 5
Saved me in a crash, bought them again
Got biffed off my larger bike by a cager on a freeway onramp while wearing my first pair of these, which were 11 months old at the time (about 5900 miles), and still looked like new.<br><br>Hit the pavement HARD and slid 30M face-down. The ankle protection frame saved my right ankle from possible serious injury (did I mention I hit the ground HARD).<br><br>Sliders and protection did their job perfectly and this pair, while well scuffed and thrashed, is still functional.<br><br>Bought an identical replacement pair from ZLA because of this experience. (Did the same with my Dainese Full Metal RS gloves as well.)<br><br>Nothing but praise for ZLA service (24 hours to order delivery!) and Dainese quality.<br><br>I normally wear a 13 shoe but for whatever reason, the 46 fits me perfectly (by way of comparison I need 47 in other Italian brand boots). Much less bulk than many of the other boots I own, which promotes movement and correct position on the rear sets on my supersport.
July 17, 2014
Ride:
2007 Honda CBR600RR
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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Cool Comfort
As advertised, this boot is nice and cool in hot weather. They seems to run true to size, although others found them small. I wear a 44 to a 44.5 in most other shoes and the 44 fit perfectly. They WERE, however, VERY difficult to get on or off the first few times because of the tight heel pocket....I almost sent them back for a 45. I'm glad I didn't, because after just three wearings with a thin sock they broke in and I can now wear a normal sock. Once I got them on they were immediately comfortable, heel and all. You do have to have something to sit on to get them on or off because of the tight heel pocket. I was surprised to find them warm enough down to about 50 degrees but still comfortable at 90.<br><br>I have Sidi Adventure Rains too, and these boots will now take over at any temps above 50. I bought the Spidi X-covers to go with them for rain, but we don't get much of that here so those will rarely get used. Once again, Revzilla's product knowledge and quick service shined!
May 26, 2014
Ride:
2014 BMW R1200GS
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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Thank you Dainese!
Perfect!<br><br>1st Dainese product, that turned me into a Dainese fan.<br><br>I had to choose between Dainese Torque RS Out and Alpinestars SMX Plus boots, and even if the Alpinestars were more comfortable, they were very bulky compared to Dainese.<br><br>I like that I can wear them inside the pants, and I don't look like I'm wearing a race boot.<br><br>I really dig the slim profile, and the back zipper, but I wish that the velcro size-adjust system in the back, could be set to be a little more snug.<br><br>I really regret that last year when I got them, the Air version was only available in white. Now, in Europe, the Air version it's available in black, and I would really wish that mine were ventilated, because in the summer it gets very hot when I wear them.<br><br>I never ride without my Dainese boots, I hope I will never use the protection that they offer, but I like to feel safe.
April 5, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
The ONLY boots you'll ever need.
I was afraid at first on purchasing these Dainese Torque RS Out Boots. The youtube videos sure helped and did the trick on convincing me. Having this to be my first boots ever as a beginner rider, it was FANTASTIC! They don't even feel like boots half the time! I can run and walk around in these with no problem. They are very durable and stylish. When I first worn it, I was afraid of it not fitting right or that I won't get comfortable or that boots wasn't for me. I was wrong, Dainese sure did show quality and best bang for the buck. If I were to get another set of boots, I'd probably get these in WHITE! Looking forward to purchasing more Dainese!
November 20, 2013
Ride:
2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300
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Why did you choose this?
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love the boots!!!! didnt really need much of a break in. i would defiently purchase again if i needed boots!! grippy soles.
ehart34 on Apr 17, 2016
In order of decreasing priority 1) protection 2) narrow fit 3) appearance
John F on Dec 30, 2015
love the boots!!!! didnt really need much of a break in. i would defiently purchase again if i needed boots!! grippy soles.
ehart34 on Apr 17, 2016
Amazing boot - Switched from SIDI - No comparison. - I'm a size 12 shoe and a 46 Dainese boot
Eric I on Jan 24, 2016
In order of decreasing priority 1) protection 2) narrow fit 3) appearance
John F on Dec 30, 2015
ankle protection
darrell g on Dec 19, 2015
like there style of the boot
gorge s on Jul 12, 2015
Read a review from a Revzilla shopper where he said these boots saved his ankles during a big crash. Want to learn from his lesson and get the best protection for my feet.
Gurpreet S on Aug 26, 2014
Needed a set of boots that were track approved. I knew ahead of time I would be buying a Dainese racing suit and would like them to fit well together. My alternate riding boots are great for getting around the city and walking. You can't argue riding more aggressive with stiffer and sturdier boots.
Dirk K on Mar 19, 2014
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Dave H on Feb 11, 2014
Protection when called upon should never be a concern.
John N on Dec 21, 2013
I have owned this boot for seven years with excellent comfort and performance. Among other things, it offers excellent ankle protection to prevent twisting. Very easy on and off.

It is simply time to retire the old ones and get new ones. No complaints whatsoever.
Geoffrey P on Nov 11, 2013
Revzilla is a one stop shop for almost everything I need for my bike. Prices are comparable to other sites. Shipping is free even to military FPO/APO addresses. They will make attempts to price match items if you find them cheaper at other sites. Returns are relatively easy. No restocking fees. There are many videos available for product overviews. Friendly customer service. Great advice from knowledgable staff. They give you honest and practical "advice" based on the type of riding you do and don't just try to sell you on the most expensive stuff. They don't work on commission so there's no reason for them to do that anyway.
Tommski on Nov 11, 2013
Cuz race bike
Alexander U on Oct 11, 2013
Video review was very good. Should make one for every product. First boot and this sounds promising.
Jonathan L on Sep 22, 2013
Amazing boot - Switched from SIDI - No comparison. - I'm a size 12 shoe and a 46 Dainese boot
Eric I on Jan 24, 2016
ankle protection
darrell g on Dec 19, 2015
ow waterproof are this boots? And what about airflow in summer? Thanks
A S on Dec 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: There is not much airflow at all to be honest but I live in Texas and road with them throughout the summer without ever feeling uncomfortable (even with a ducati 1199 that puts out a lot of heat). As long as you have thin sports socks these boots are very nice.

As far as being water resistant ... I got caught in a strong thunderstorm with these on and came back with try feet. So I would say they are fairly water resistant but I certainly wouldnt go walking through standing water or anything.

Hope this helps.
Hello. Do these boots come in a size 8 at all?
I dont see that size in the size chart. Do they run big if I get the 7.5?
A shopper on Sep 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This particular boot is on closeout everywhere. I think Dainese is coming out with next year's model so if your sizes aren't available online or in store then find another boot.

A size 40 European will be the equivalent of 7.5 and a size 41 is the equivalent of 8.5. I usually wear 10.5 to 11 and I got a size 45 which is about 11.5. 44 and 46 was too tight and too loose, respectively.
How waterproof are this boots? And what about airflow in summer? Thanks
A shopper on Dec 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Not very waterproof. I've ridden through rain and had reasonably dry feet, but anything heavy or sustained and prepare for wet foot. Air flow is fantastic when you're riding. I wear these for dry and warm weather, and the Dainese TRQ-Tour Gore-Tex Boots for cooler and/or wet days.
Do these boots come in a size 8?
A shopper on Sep 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Need to convert to a European size, example I wear a size 10 = European 43. I believe they do.
So as seen in the higher end SIDI pro/sport boots just about every part can be replaced, making the boot last an extraordinary long time compared to its competitors. So how does this boot stack up in that department? What can all be replaced? And do you carry the color scheme in the uploaded photo?

Thanks Revzilla Team!
A shopper on Apr 2, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The only user-replaceable pieces on the boots are the toe sliders. Additionally, we do carry the White/Black/Lava Red/Green colorway.