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  • Firstgear Kathmandu WP Boots - Black

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Firstgear Kathmandu Waterproof Boots

The quintessential all-weather, go-anywhere, any-time, any-condition boot. Your feet will love you.


  • Full leather upper
  • Waterproof-breathable Hipora lining
  • Dual cam-buckle closures
  • Accordion leather fore-arch and Achilles heel panels
  • Hard toe box and shin protection

Sizing Note: RevZilla has found that the these boots run narrow and approximately 1/2 size small.

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Firstgear Kathmandu WP Boots 3.9 5 30 30
Buckle broke on first wear, but was repairable. Overall I really like the product. It did break on my first wear on one of the buckles. I was able to repair it with superglue and it seems to now hold fine. I like the product. April 27, 2015
Buckle failed after 1st ride Went behind my house in the school parking lot to practice turns and stops for about 20 mins after putting on these boots for the first time. Got back and took them off, buckle plastic broke at the rivet hole. Buckles are awkward, and any adjustment slack is pushed into the instep with no place to go. Returning these today, bad choice. April 21, 2015
Very Comfortable If I had any complaint it would be that they are a little narrow in the toe box. Other then that ready to wear right out of the box felt great. March 23, 2015
the boots are not as comfortable as others I have tried These boots have awesome curb appeal. The look is outstanding. The comfort of the boots was not to my liking. March 16, 2015
Falling apart too quickly Assembly of the boot buckles using black oxide steel screws that are already rusting after 2 months. This is supposed to be a waterproof boot. Already had 2 screws (hard to find replacements) fall out of the buckles. March 8, 2015
Great for the price I bought these due to a tight budget at the time. I'm very happy with them. Perhaps I've been lucky, after reading some of the reviews, but mine are still in great shape. I did tighten all the hardware after my first ride with them. Things were way loose and at risk of falling off. I've been caught in some rain and my feet stayed dry. May not provide the protection of some more expensive boots, but way more than tennis shoes. December 26, 2014
Excellent performance and value for money These were my first proper motorcycling boots and I bought these in February and got them shipped to India. Over the last couple of months, I have ridden through the Thar desert in Rajasthan, through the hills that follow the Konkan coast in Western India and then recently rode through Ladakh in the Himalayas. The boots have seen hot dry weather, rains, ice, slush, dirt and all throughout its kept me bone dry and safe. In general the boots are very comfortable, true to size. I would assume that people with broad foot sizes would have issues with it. Fits me perfectly. It's highly breathable. In Rajasthan, riding through the desert with temperatures touching 38-42 degrees celsius wasn't an issue. At the same time, a pair of thermal socks underneath kept me fairly warm while riding through the high mountain passes (17000 feet and above) in Ladakh. I think for the price, these boots are incredible. I couldn't have asked for more. They are no SIDI Discovery/Adventure Rains but it's a Waterproof pair of boots that's called Kathmandu and it stands up to the task. July 23, 2014
Soft, Poorly Constructed Boot I ordered the boot knowing that it was a softer boot. The fit is a bit wide but the boot is very comfortable, but way too soft to give me confidence in its protection. My real concern is that after 1 short ride one boot began falling apart. Not just a hanging stitch but the liner was coming unsewn as was part of the leather cuff. Even a lower price boot should not fall apart after 1 short ride. This further weakened my confidence. Revzilla was outstanding from a customer service perspective and I ultimately stepped up to a Gaerne G-Adventure. May 9, 2014
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Robert G: Recommended by friends. May 4, 2015
paul m: work well for moderate off road and street use yes they are water proof.a little wider in the toe is a plus, true to size Apr 23, 2015
MICHAEL L: I wanted a good all around boot that was waterproof. I ride a V-Strom 650 and thought these would be a good fit. Mar 3, 2015
Richard K: Price, looks, fit and function. Oct 18, 2014
Curtis H: I destroyed the first pair that I purchased in a 50 mph high side crash. My foot was caught under the bike sliding down the road. The boot stayed on my foot while wearing through the leather in two places, to the plastic toe cap. I had no foot injuries, the Kathmandu boot did what it was designed for, protective gear. Aug 18, 2014
Matthew H: Good fit and great price. Less bulk than armor sport boots but more comfortable. Jul 31, 2014
Christopher A: These are my first boots and they do the job. I'm cool with their performance for now, but as my riding matures, I know I'll be moving onto other, higher performing boots. Jun 24, 2014
V O: Sweet Apr 13, 2014
L E: Price and reviewers' comments. Feb 23, 2014
Larry P: The ability to be able to watch the video convinced me on the product. In addition the 10% and free shipping as well as the future discount are fantastic, I will be back in the near future. Thanks Larry Feb 19, 2014
John H: I have a lot of First Gear products and have been impressed with their quality. I was looking for a waterproof Dual/Sport boot and thought I'd give them a try. Jan 11, 2014
David T W: I have chosen these for their advertised width and comfort off the bike. I do touring and have wanted a higher styled boot to cover my shins. These sound like the best bet to purchase. Jan 5, 2014
John J: This is my first pair of motorcross boots. I recently went from riding a Harley 883 to a Ducati 696. My current motorcycle boots get "stuck" in the shifter (because of the heel.) I'm hoping since these don't have a heel and they're designed for motorcross, they'll be a bit better on the Duc. Oct 3, 2013
Brad T asked: What is the height of this boot from the floor?

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Bruno B asked: Why would anyone invest in boots that do not have hard malleolus protection? My reason for shopping for for boots today is that I'm sitting here in a cast after breaking my ankle in a mild dual sport crash. I was wearing boots with no hard malleolus protection. Oct 1, 2013
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Chris R: Stop whining and buy what you want. Oct 2, 2013
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alfred c: I am going to use them for touring and not real aggressive dual sport. Oct 2, 2013
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Nick G: Because to each their own. Some people ride in sneakers and a t-shirt. Oct 1, 2013
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