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Dainese TR-Course Out Boots

The Dainese TR-Course Out 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
  • TPU heelcounter
  • Nylon heel
  • Shock absorption insert on the heel
  • Boot certified to CE - Cat. II - EN 13634/2010 Standard

Ergonomics and Comfort:

  • Microfiber upper
  • D-Stone fabric
  • Elasticated bellows
  • VELCRO® brand closures calf adjuster
  • Closing with zipper at the back
  • Double jersey airgap liner
  • Air vent


  • High grip TPU inserts
  • TPU gear shifter guard
  • Rubber sole with differentiated design
  • Replaceable plastic slider 
  • Denoted as Dainese TR-Course Out in Dainese catalog
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More that I could have asked for I bought these boots for my first supermoto track day, and actually did not get a chance to ride with them until I was on track for the first time. They were very easy to get used to and by the 2nd lap I felt like they were a part of me. Yes, these boots are not cheap. But you get what you pay for and the quality, comfort, and functionality of these boots is second to none. July 6, 2015
Outstanding boot! This is my second pair of Dianese boots. The use of a Brannock device to measure the foot noted my size as 8 with width of C/D (US). The Dianese TR Course-Out size 41 was a comfortable, snug fit immediately. The finish quality, comfort, protection and appearance are all top notch. May 19, 2015
Very difficult to get used to but otherwise excellent Riding with these on for the first time was almost terrifying because of the lack of movement they give you. Especially with sport/standard pegs like mine where my feet are not angled down as aggressively. I've ridden nearly every single day for the past two years so I'm not going to chalk it up to inexperience but these boots are definitely something you have to get a feel for. I still miss gears due to the lack of feedback they give because I can't tell if my shift lever has come back down all the way from shifting once. But they feel very secure, the ankle has a ton of protection and even sort of squeezes it in order to stay in place. Good shin protection, these boots feel almost too sturdy. I don't really care about airflow because my feet don't really get too sweaty and it's been dropping into the 40's at night so it's not really an issue as of yet. The soles are extremely stiff, but fit true to size. People with wider feet may want to look elsewhere, though. I have skinny legs and narrow feet so I don't really have an issue fitting into Dainese gear. They have good grip and can be adjusted to your calf size. Your ankles and shins will be sufficiently protected in these boots. If you know what to expect when you pay for Dainese these boots should fall within your expectations. January 3, 2015
Good boot, not great I have put about 750 miles on these boots, including 2 mountain runs. They are pretty solid boots, but seem to be a little over priced for what you get (which is really the case for most motorcycle apparel imo). My main problem with them is that even after 750 miles, they still feel stiff. The shifter guard does not flex, so when you step it creases the boot and presses into the top of your foot. This is not an issue in normal usage, but if you were to have to walk any distance it would probably become painful. Aside from that they seem to be well constructed and I would expect them to last. December 20, 2014
Awesome Riding Boots for Track and Street These are really well made boots from Dainese. They offer great protection around the ankle, shins, and toes. They look great as well (i bought the Black/White/Fluo Yellow version). I wear a US size 11 and bought a size 44. My feet typically run a bit wide, but these boots fit perfectly. There isn't much air flow in these so it can get a bit hot during the summer days ( I live in SF bay area). The back zipper on the boots can get annoying at times since it seems to get caught on one of the inner fabrics of the boots, but other then that, its an easy/quick on and off gear. The boots are a bit stiff and squeak every time I walk in them, but at this point, its just nit picking on anything negative. Overall, these are a fantastic pair of riding boots and would definitely recommend to others! October 27, 2014
Great boot for street or track I just got this boot in the mail and tried it on. I can fit my jeans over them or under them(which I wanted to be able to do) I wear a size 9 converse all star shoe and size 9.5 work boot. My feet fit perfectly but with NO wiggle room. So I think the size is about right but be prepared to have no room to wiggle your toes (which is probably good for protection anyway). Flexibility is just good enough to work controls very easily. October 20, 2014
Great for narrow ankles I'm a woman with long, narrow feet, typically around a men's 10 narrow depending on the shoe. Needless to say, the women's boots don't go large enough, so I have to try and make do with a men's version. I was debating between these and a pair of Sidis, so I called RevZilla and discussed it with a gear geek before opting for the Dainese boots because of their narrower profile. The boots fit really well, my ankle feels secure, and they're stiff enough to be protective yet I still have good feel for the controls. On the down side, I got to my destination on my first ride only to discover that one of the screws had fallen out of the toe slider, so that needs to be replaced. Secondly, the calf isn't as adjustable as the Sidis. Even with my leathers on and the boots in the smallest configuration, there is a pretty sizable gap between my calf and the boot that I don't think would be filled even if I was back in marathon shape. Thirdly, the support on the inside of the ankles makes me a little nervous because it sticks out to the point that it catches on the bike when I'm trying to put the kickstand down. I would never live it down if I dropped the bike trying to put the kickstand down, so I'm very careful when doing so. Bottom line, these boots fit my foot and ankle well and make me feel protected if I were to go down. I would probably do a bit more shopping to see if there was a better option out there, but I would buy them again. October 6, 2014
Great Boot for Naked Sportbike Rider Bought these for my son. Very comfortable, stylish and functional. Excellent protection and great "feel" of the shift and brake levers. Would buy again. September 8, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Nathan W: Looking to join a track organization this season and I want a boot that offers more protection than what I currently wear for leisure riding. This is my first Dainese purchase. Jan 30, 2015
john t: It appears to have race styled protection. It is CE certified. A leather boot is stylish but offers no protection to a very common motorcycle injury, broken ankles! This boot has a plastic housing (it appears). I'll write a review asap. Oct 13, 2014
Guillermo E: 100% recommended excellent product Aug 27, 2014
Daniel P: Based upon my riding, these seem the best solution. I had the SIDI Fusion which was a great boot! I really liked the SIDI Fusions too! This boot is a few more buck but it offers the ankle protection I was looking for. May 30, 2014
RAY Z: Dianese is an exceptional product that fits tall skinny dudes exceptionally well May 22, 2014
Peter K: Dainese to match all my other gear... May 13, 2014
Ray R: Excellent foot, ankle, and shin protection. I'm ready with track-level protection and can upgrade around these boots since they are worn on the outside (arguably personal preference). I primarily use them for the street, and they are comfortable once in the crouch or a more sport-oriented position (naturally). Walking around is doable, but they aren't adventure boots; plan accordingly. Ankle protection is top-notch. They are tight and do offer very limited shifter feel until broken in. Apr 13, 2014
Chris L: amazing boots Apr 5, 2014
Bradley P: It replaces a pair of Dianese boots that I damaged in a crash Nov 27, 2013
Chad P asked: So what exactly has been changed from the TRQ? I watched the review and Anthony just says that it meets new EU regulations, but it seems like everything is the same aside from the color options. Apr 20, 2014
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Christopher M: As far as I can tell the real primary differences are a softer liner on the inside making it more comfortable, more reinforcements in the weaker areas of the fabric making for a longer lasting boot, and new CE rated protection which means if you go down at least you've got that extra protection. Aside from that I couldn't tell much of a difference though it does have a slightly "beefier" look to it. Aug 29, 2014
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Kyle T asked: How much height do the boots add compared to barefoot height? Mar 18, 2015
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Christopher J: Maybe 1 inch, I would definitely not say 2 inches. They are not quite as bulky as ski boots. Maybe same thickness as a work boot, but more protective. I was a new rider so it took practice to shift with them because you can't feel the gear shifter outside the boot. I had to return my first pair for a smaller size cause I didn't want them too loose. Would buy again. Mar 18, 2015
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Jacob M: Not much really - I'm wearing one right now trying to determine the exact amount but its the same height as the tennis shoe I have on my other foot. Maybe .5-.75 inch max? The heal in the back is pretty minimal as well... Mar 20, 2015
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Nicholas G asked: Regarding "in" vs "out" boots. I like the look of an out boot and do prefer it, but how does it fit with the shin protection of a Dainese race suit? (Specifically the Dainese Crono).

I don't want to feel like my shin and protection being stuffed into a boot.

Any advise? Thanks in advance.
Jun 15, 2015
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Jacob M: So I can't speak exactly for the Crono, but I currently use these along with my Laguna Seca Evo suit and I have had absolutely zero problems. You're right, the shin protection is awesome with the suits, but the legs on my suit have no problem fitting in and being comfortable - both on and off the bike.

I don't think you'll have any problem.
Jun 15, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi! I have the Dainese short shift boots which are size EUR43/US10 that fit me perfectly. Should I go with the same size for these? Apr 23, 2014
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We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements. Dainese sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chest: Measure from under/top of armpit across chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone
  • Gloves: Using a flexible measuring tape, measure around your hand, behind the knuckles, not including the thumb.

Dainese Boot Size Conversions

Dainese 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

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black/White / 39 928107 1795170-948-39 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black/White / 40 928108 1795170-948-40 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black/White / 41 928109 1795170-948-41 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black/White / 42 928110 1795170-948-42 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black/White / 43 928111 1795170-948-43 Out of Stock
Black/Black/White / 44 928112 1795170-948-44 Out of Stock
Black/Black/White / 45 928113 1795170-948-45 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black/White / 46 928114 1795170-948-46 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black/White / 47 928115 1795170-948-47 Available: Available to order from Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla