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The Dainese TR-Course Out Air Boots feature technology and ergonomics blended with an aggressive design modelled on the shape of the rider's foot. These microfibre racing boots provide great safety thanks to their articulated thermoplastic D-Axial "anti-supination" system, which, along with a shock absorbing system at the heel, front and rear shin guard, TPU heel protector and nylon insoles and tips create an all round protective structure.
The boots also feature flexible D-Stone resistant material, calf adjustment and flexible bellows which offer unparalleled comfort for a product in this segment. The boots can be adjusted at the calf muscles while elasticised, resistant D-Stone fabric bellows provide a snug fit and great wearability. A differentiated sole texture and TPU inserts inside the boot also provide excellent grip and sensitivity while in the saddle.
D-Axial jointed anti-ankle twist back system in TPU
Nylon toe box
TPU rear insert
Shock absorption insert on the heel
Boot certified to CE - Cat. II - EN 13634/2010 Standard
Ergonomics and Comfort:
Velcro calf adjuster
Closing with zipper at the back
Double jersey airgap liner
High grip TPU inserts
TPU gear shifter guard
Rubber sole with differentiated design
Replaceable plastic slider
Denoted as Dainese TR-Course Out Air in Dainese catalog
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Cory F:This is my 1st boot so I have nothing to compare it to. However, I have dropped my bike once while wearing them (only at about 30mph) and the downed side boot held up perfectly fine, so durability is good.Feb 4, 2014
Christopher M asked:Looking at getting my first pair of nice riding boots, and these are at the top of my list, however I have no stores locally that sell them so I can't try on a pair unless I drive at least 2 1/2 hours out of my way. I commonly wear a size 9 in every sneaker I buy (except converse, I wear an 8 in those) however all my hunting boots seem to run large because they are all 8 and fit well. Should I go with my sneaker size (Nike and Puma) or my boot size? I want them snug but I don't want to squeeze my feet to death and have to send them back. Should I roll with the size 41 (8 1/2 US) ?Sep 12, 2014
Monty R:No, if I were you I'd go with size 9 (42) I got these boots and I like them, but yeah they're very tight. I wear about an 8 and I went with the 7.5 (40) which is a bit tight, but I'll deal with it. Also remember that you can send it back for free if it doesn't fit. Sorry for the late response, but again I think you should go with size 42. Hope this helped.Sep 18, 2014
Andy N:I typically wear size 8 (nikes) - 8 1/2 (everything else) shoes. I got a size 41 and they fit great for me. They do have a perfect amount of toe room for me. It may be a little more snug for you but that's probably not too bad. But to err on the side of caution, you may want to step up to 42. Sep 17, 2014
Michael Y:I support your decision for 41. I wear US 7.5 or 8 and I am a euro 40 perfectly with thin socks. If you are in doubt, visit your local department store and try on dress shoe brands in euro sizes (ecco, etc). These fainese boots are true to euro size. Sep 17, 2014
Christopher M:Thanks folks I ended up going with the 8.5 and I have to say they fit like magic on my feet. The size is absolutely true.
For future reference yes, go try on some euro shoes in a store and see what size you are.
Also here are some sizes for reference for future buyers:
I wear a 41 in these (8.5) 8.5 (U.S.)in my Timberland boots size 10 (U.S.)in my Puma running shoes size 8.5 (U.S.) in Chaps casual dress shoes size 8.5 (U.S.) in Johnston and Murphy dress shoes size 8 (U.S.) in modern low top converse (the new ones are made differently ever since they were bought out, my original chucks are size 9 (U.S.) from before they were bought out) size 8.5 (U.S.) in Vans size 9 in Nike
I hope this helps with future references because my fitment for this particular boot is literally dead on. Comfortable, slightly snug no wiggle, a little extra toe room but not too much, no heel rubbing or wiggle. I have literally worn these all day even walking long distances and been comfortable. Only thing is the sole is quite hard but hey, that goes with the territory. Amazingly comfortable.
Christopher Y:Hello, I bought these recently and I wear size 9 in all my other shoes. I bought the 42 and they fit me perfectly. I have wider feet as well and I'm still very comfortable. Awesome boot and definitely recommend it!
My opinion is that they wear true to size so whatever you wear now the equivalent on the sizing chart would work for you. It will feel right at first but you just have to break them in.
STEVEN B:I wear mine under jeans. It would be perfectly fine with a high sock. The socks I wear don't quite go to. The top of the boot and I'm comfortable but a sock that goes above the boot would be better. They won't be quite snug around your calf without a pair of jeans or race suit tucked in though. Jun 18, 2014
A S:Yes you can fit them under jeans. I fit them under some AE slim straight jeans. It certainly fills the inside of the jean space up a bit but over all it is doable, though not really what they were intended for. Looked kind of cool.Jun 18, 2014
Isaias C asked:So I wear a size 10.5 in nearly everything but I see the size chart doesn't have a 10.5 size so my question is should I go with the 43 or 44? I have a pair of S-MX 1''s in size 44 that fit me good but don't know if there is a difference in the brands.Sep 21, 2014
A s:Get the bigger size, if you have to throw some dr scholls in there for a perfect fit. The calfs are totally adjustable from the back where the zipper is, all else fails the offer free exchanges over fourty bucks. Initially even with the bigger size i thought they were tight but now they fit like a glove. You can't go wrong with this set, i no longer wear my other boots anymore and don't leave home without these when i ride. Sep 22, 2014
Richard H:I normally wear a 9.5, so I went with the 43 and it's a good fit after break-in. I didn't try the next lower size so I can't make that comparison, but if you're a size 10.5, my guess would be to go with the 44. FWIW I love the boot. I ride a BMW S1000RR.Sep 22, 2014
Luis G:In my opinion you should go for the 43 size. I am 9 in nearly everything and I went for 42 size and fits me Ok, but I can feel that there is some room left for a little bigger foot, like half size up.Sep 22, 2014
Miguel C asked:Hello, my question is regarding fit/sizing. I currently own the A*s SMX5 in 41EU. Is there a difference between Alpinestars and Dainese? These would be my first pair of dainese boots, thanks!May 9, 2014
C/O Dee Johnson Apt 1:Hello Miguel, sorry for the late reply busy working and riding. I've personally never owned any alpine star products but I do hear they are very good. As for sizing I don't know how similar they are but I can tell you I love my dainese tr course outs. They fit very snug and comfortable and I feel protected. Only issue I had was trying to make it fit on top of my dainese evo leather race pants as the shin guards make it hard for the boots to go over and zip. Wish they made two versions of the pants or allow the option to remove the shin guard and keep the knee. Hope this helps. You can't go wrong with dainese.May 13, 2014
A S:I don't have much background in motorcycle gear, but have recently done a TONNNN of research between alpinestars and dianese products. I just bought these (got them in last week). I also ordered a pair of SMX Plus's. The Alpinestars were a bit longer in the toe. I have a just slightly wide foot and fit the dianese no problem. When I called in, some of the representatives said they ran narrow...the video said otherwise...I found they fit fine for the width. Just a touch closer in the toe which I like..(still probably a half to 3/4 of an inch space). I wear a 10.5 US and I think I got the 44's in the dianese.May 9, 2014
Miguel C:I got tired of waiting around so I went to a local shop and found the 41EU and get em. In comparison I found that they fit me almost identical. I really do appreciate the feedback though. These boots are super sexy! I get compliments everyone. The only thing is they are very squeaky. I may have to lube the ankle joint, which has metal components.May 21, 2014
A shopper asked:Will these stretch at all in the toe box? I'm guessing not much since they are synthetic. I wear a 13 in Nike, tried on a 47 and they feel too big but the 46 is tight in the toes.
I just bought the TRQ Tour which is similar but leather. Trying to decide if I should keep these or try something else. Same issue with the TRQ Tour, tight in the toes but next size up feels too big.Oct 9, 2014
Victor S asked:I have obnoxiously long legs, so when I'm sitting on the bike properly and leaning off, my suit legs are on the verge of peaking over the top of my boots. How tall are these? More specifically, how tall are they from the heel of the footbed to the back of the top of the boot?Nov 29, 2014