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Dainese TRQ-Race Out Boots

  • D-Axial jointed anti-ankle twist back system in TPU
  • Nylon toe
  • TPU rear shinguard's
  • TPU heelcounter
  • Nylon heel
  • Shock absorption insert on the heel
  • Lorica uppers
  • D-Stone fabric
  • Elasticated bellows
  • Internal regulation with Velcro closing with the zipper at the back
  • Double jersey airgap liner
  • High grip TPU inserts
  • Padded insert for gear shifter guard
  • Soft inserts
  • Setscrew wrench supplied
  • Non-slip sole with differentiated design
  • Replaceable plastic slider (1999885 Stainless Steel Boot Slider Kit, 1996252 Plastic Slider Kit. 08)
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Dainese TRQ Race Out Boots (42 Only) 4.8 5 26 26
Good protection I've had these boots for about 9 months and after a bit of a long break-in process they are pretty comfortable. I have wider feet so they hurt after longer rides but it's my fault for sticking with a boot designed for a narrower foot. I'm a size US 8.5 (or 9 depending on manufacturer) and the 42 was a bit too big and the size 41 fit a bit snug but it stretched a bit and fits great now. I purchased these because I like the brand and the bang-for-the-buck ratio was pretty good. It was the cheapest boot to offer any sort of protection for lateral ankle movement. Since I got these on closeout I was limited in color options; I was aiming for the black perforated model but it was too big so I my only other option was the white, non-perforated model. It's grown on me a bit. I wouldn't want to walk in these boots all day long but for short walks here and there they're comfortable enough. My feet definitely bake in warmer weather since there's no airflow to speak of in these boots. No fault of the boot since they're non-perforated. The only issue I have with the boots, and this may be common with other manufacturers, but the dried glue on the boot was fairly obvious from the moment I un-boxed them. The boots have got quite a bit of wear on them now so it's not as noticeable but I had higher expectations for a Dainese product. April 24, 2014
Accurate fitment Race boots tend to be more restricting and technical and this boot is no different. I followed the sizing chart and chose a 42 sized pair. The fitment right out of the box was absolutely perfect, if not a little tight (will eventually break in a bit). The size chart is pretty accurate. Can't say about protection, really, but the boot is sturdy thick enough to really seem like it would take much abuse. December 16, 2013
Comfortable & stylish Glad I was able to come to the store in Philly to try these on; I would not have bought them otherwise. They are fine; I have only been to the track with them a few times but they are definitely more comfortable than my old Sidi track boots, whose stitching is coming undone & cannot be repaired. September 2, 2013
great product great style These boots are wonderful! I was looking for a boot with a hinge system which didn't break the bank. This fit the bill and the style is great. Everyone says these boots are too narrow but I think the are just fine. I wear a size 13 and ordered the 47. The fit is just right and not too narrow. I would rate the width as normal. The single zipper makes it a snap to put on. I ordered all black as I wanted something which didn't scream race boot. Looks great with jeans! These boot don't breathe at all. Kind of like wearing dress shoes. If you ride in high heat areas, you may want to consider a perforated boot instead. Otherwise, I highly recommend these boots! June 2, 2013
Excellent Sport/track Boot! I bought these boots as they are first of all really useful, protective and they look incredible! I did not know what to choose in terms of boot equipment level, but I have to say for the buck, you can't get more bang. They are super protective, the ankles is fixed, the toe-slider is great, the reinforcement on the toe section,, the material, the ankle protection, the adjustability is a great feature, and I consider it overall a great purchase. My girlfriend hates spoortbike and motorcycle gear look, yet she couldn't help but praise these boots for their looks! For reference, they do come a bit narrow, I am about a US size 10.5 and found the Dainese size 44 juist perfect, as I do have wide feet. I really recommend them. May 20, 2013
Very comfortable, technical and provides a ton of safety The trq out has to be one of the most comfortable boots with the greatest degree of protection you van get for the money. The heal is rock solid and the boot design is the best for preventing helical fractures without being difficulty to walk in. I have had them on with wool hiking socks in 80 degree weather and had no issues with my feet getting hot despite the relatively closed design. Great boot! One of my favourite pcs of gear! May 20, 2013
Great cost-benefit Not throughly tested, but seem like a top notch boot! Love it! May 13, 2013
The perfect boot for any cool weather riding I bought these boots after I put on my dianese Torque out Air boots. I got these for any days that are cooler. They have been fantastic so far. They're comfortable and the rear entry is fast and easy for a quick gear up. the feel on the pegs is very responsive and not clumsy as all. May 10, 2013
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Marcel M: Performance and style I tried them from a friend of mine and loved the fitting Apr 14, 2014
Christopher N: trusted brand, features and great price. Dec 12, 2013
Hunter B: I have the Dianese dyno half height boots that I love, but I'd like to get the fuller length boot for colder weather and more protection. The little sale price here helped too. Aug 25, 2013
Joshua W asked: How comfortable are these boots while shifting? I used to ride dirt bikes and hated wearing my boots, due to limited to no ankle movement for shifting up, I used to have to jerk my entire leg up to shift. Is there a good range of upward ankle movement with these boots? Putting them on and taking them off looks pretty manageable? How applicable are these boots for daily riding? Is it too much? Sep 20, 2013
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james m: The boots offer great axial movement for shifting. The hinged ankle works perfectly and the top of the ankle is made of stretch fabric material that doesn't "bunch-up" when you raise your toes. I've crashed, tumbled around the pavement and the boots offered excellent lateral protection. With lateral protection being said, I wouldn't suggest that these boots are great for walking around in all day, all week. You can ride in these boots all day, but pack shoes for work. The boots are definitely easy to take on and off because of the zipper being located on the back of the boots. I hope this helps. Regards. Sep 25, 2013
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Leonard P: The boots are comfy. It has a great amount of upward ankle movement. I wear these with my Drako Drift Jeans or Dainese New Drake Air for daily riding. Meaning if I get on the bike, these are on my feet. I've gone to the mall, shopping at Sam's, Costco, you name it with no discomfort. If you wear pants with armor(jeans/textile/leather), and like to wear them over your boot, I would go with the "Race In". The extra padding on the boot interferes with knee/shin armor. Not a big deal, just makes for a tight fit. Hope this helps. For reference I ride a '13 BMW S1000RR Sep 26, 2013
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Max M: I just bought these and have only had a small amount of time to try them out. IF you size them right you shouldn't have any difficulty shifting with just a pull of the toe. I've been riding highway on my way to work on my cbr600rr. At up to 95 degrees they are still comfy and are pretty comfy to walk in. Just make sure you have the right fit. Sep 25, 2013
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David L: Most comfortable boots I've worn for street. I've had mine for two seasons, and wrecked in them once, and they are still awesome. Protected my feet at a 45mph highway slide. You will be able to manipulate the controls well right out of the box. I daily ride in them and they're literally easier to get in an out of than my sneakers. Sep 25, 2013
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James G: These boots are great. I have never had a problem shifting. They are a little stiff at first, but will loosen up some after a while. I have wide feet and have worn them comfortably on all day rides. Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have skinny calfs, can the race out fit my calf will under jeans? Apr 25, 2011
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Chris K: I actually wear these boots under jeans without any problem. You will need to adjust the velcro in the back to accommodate, but there is enough adjustability to wear them either way. For instance, I wear jeans over these boots, but can stick my Dainese New Drake Air pants inside if I want. Apr 25, 2011
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Triumph3: I am the same way, skinny legs. The boots are loose around the calf without leathers, but that is they way they were designed, but depending on HOW skinny the pants are, I would say yes. I have worn them with boot cut jeans and have had alot extra room around the boots. Oct 25, 2012
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BMWM3: yes, under your jeans no problem! Thats how I wear mine :) I have skinny calves as well. They are adjustable to fit different calf sizes. They also open up big enough so you can even [fit] baggy jeans in them Apr 25, 2011
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jare: Yes, the boots has external velco-adjustable wings. I wear them under my tapered textile pants and do not forsee any issues with wearing them under jeans unless you are wearing skinny jeans. May 3, 2011
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Lifesharlequin: Yes. I wear slim/straight jeans from Levi, and the TRQ Out fits without issue under my jeans. Even with runner's calves, no problem. Apr 12, 2013
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bleuchez: The calves on these shoes are pretty big. They might fit if you wore baggy jeans. Skinny calves? You need to work out there bro :) Jul 17, 2012
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Shredemigod: Yes, I have thick calves and have been called Samoan because of this feature, and they fit under my riding jeans. Best regards. Feb 27, 2013
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eoneoneon: yes you can adjust the size to fit your calves Jun 20, 2011
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Joshua W asked: How is shifting in these boots while riding? In my old boots I wore for my dirt bike, I practically had to jolt my entire leg up to shift due to lack of flexibility in my boots, are these engineered to allow a quick upward motion of the heal to shift? Sep 23, 2013
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PERCIVAL C: There was no break-in period in my experience. The shifter works seamlessly and the ankle/pivot structure is perfect as in rigid that will give the ankle ample protection also pivots up/down fairly easy. I must say that I've never had any issues with any of my Dainese Riding Gear...NONE. I have also been caught in a few downpour which got the boots soaked, since they're not the H2Oproof version. But the boots was back to normal onces dried and held all the glued seams pretty well, I was very surprised... cause my NON-Dainese boots split from he souls. I hope this helps. Sep 23, 2013
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Joseph N: Shifting is great and easy. The bottom pivots easily. It doesn't really flex to the side. The bottom sole is pretty stiff. The pivot point is around your ankle. Sep 23, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is there that much difference in the AIR vs the Non air style TRQ? I ask because i like the white with red strip yet i live in texas. Apr 9, 2013
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RevZilla: The Air version is much better at flowing air than the non air version. For hot summer riding we recommend the air version, unless you don't mind having warm feet. The non air version is going to better suited for cool weather and even some mildly hot weather, but for most people anything over 80-90 degrees is going to leave you with uncomfortably warm feet. For us here in Philly, our summers are usually about 90-100 degree's with the humidity above 80% and most of us use vented boots. In the colder weather we simply add a winter sock and that does pretty well down to about 50-60 degrees. Apr 17, 2013
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RoboRacer519: There isn't a great deal of difference I own both as I live in southern Ontario it's necessary. My air boots are awesome for hot weather down to about 16 degrees celcius (sorry my temperature conversions are lacking) My non airs are good down to about 5 degrees celcius before a second pair of socks becomes necessary.

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May 10, 2013
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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
White/Black / 42 726876 1795149-601-42 Out of Stock