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Kick A** Woods Riding Boot
I typically wait a few months or more to write a review but these boots are so good, I couldn't wait and want others to buy them too.
I stumbled across these recently and loved the idea of the lug sole. I'm a woods rider in some of the nastiest terrain east of the Mississippi, the mountains of WV. We have lots of rock and lotssss of mud. A regular MX boot sole lacks grip when trying to move your machine or when hiking a hillclimb or the like. If you ride woods, buy this boot.
The Comp 5 is comfortable straight out of the box. I started to wear them around the house to break them in but found it was not needed. They are still stiff and will need a bit of breaking but these are comparable to a real heavy duty work boot. Put em on, ride and they will break quickly.
Size wise, these boots run small. If it helps, I buy cheap Walmart Herman Survivor size 10 work boots as they fit my WIDE foot and are also just slightly long for my foot. The Comp 5 I bought in an 11 and they fit my wide foot with just a slight bit of extra length. Since I like riding in heavy socks, this takes up the extra room. Also, the toe box is pretty big. Maybe because they are actually a hair bit large on me and the box is also tallish. I am going to add some insoles to soften the ride and I think this will fill everything up nicely.
As for riding feel. As noted, I ride a Raptor 700 and, like most four wheelers, this bike has HUGE footpegs. Ultra wide and ultra long, especially if you compare them to a dirt bike. I ride on the balls of my feet and the lug soles stick to the pegs as if glued. I found I needed to make a concerted effort at first to pick up my foot and move it. It actually got caught up in the peg a few times but after a few hours, all was good. If you ride on the center of your foot, no issues whatsoever as there is no lug in its center. I have yet to fully break these boots but the feel is fair so far and I expect in time, the feel will be where I like it. I doubt it will ever be where a lighter weight MXer boot will feel but then again, I prefer to have better protection and ability to hike around or tug on my 400 pound beast..
The buckles are AWESOME. They lock over and latch into place extremely well. It takes a bit of effort to actually get them latched into place and unlatched when removing. But, there is no way these babies are coming off until you want. Excellent latch.
LAST note.... Water..... Tonight I came home for a soaking wet ride. Massive water holes, puddles, stream crossings, etc... and....... moist but not drenched feet. I feel the internal gator and velcro secured stretchy top band do a great job of keeping water out. I was very impressed.
In summary........... kick a** boot. Personally, I expect these boots to go the distance and would buy another pair without hesitation. If you ride the woods, water, muck, etc.... this is your new boot.
July 20, 2013
comfortable and seem durable. but leak
i know it dont say waterproof but the first time i rode with them i didnt walk in any puddels just rode through them and my feet were soaked after riding through 2 or 3. but much more comfortable than all the otheres i tried on. would buy again
April 2, 2012
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Russell B: I needed a very large size motocross-style boot, and this came in a 15. I also liked the aggressive sole on the bottom in case I needed to walk in mud or loose dirt.Jan 19, 2014
Silvia Esther B: very good boots, offroad do so amateur, give excellent protection and the difference in the soles allows a very good traction when you walk in the mud. aluminum clips are very strong, slippers personally my number is 9; into boots 9 and long bought is fine, but I remove the pad so that the foot is comfortable in the shoe and not feel suffocation.Sep 5, 2013
Steven L: Best all around bang for the buck. I tried so hard to get another pair of boots because my friend already had this pair. We'll just have to match because these are it.
Super comfy. Quick latch thingy stays set so you only adjust the length the first time. Bottom sole works good in the dirty south mud.Sep 4, 2013
A shopper asked:What is the circumference of the calf of these boots in an actual measurement? "large" is the most frustrating answer... I have 19" calves and need something more safe than the ankle boots I end up having to buy.Sep 19, 2013
Frank B:My calves are 15" and I have plenty of room at the top. I've used a tape measure around the inner circumference of the top and found that 19" calves would be doable but it might require a lengthening/modification of the top strap (which is not adjustable like the lower three straps) to get it to snap shut. Since the flap itself is also held in place by velcro you could eliminate the top strap altogether and just use the lower 3 straps to secure the boot.Sep 26, 2013
A shopper asked:I have a e width foot and usually wear a size larger in some boots loke Alpinstars-would the Fox Off road boots be considered a D width-I don't want the hassle of shipping back so would like to know if they run american or European sizingOct 26, 2011
JDog:I always buy a wide model in mt bike shoes so I was worried that these might be too narrow. They were a hair tight when I got them, but I am so glad I didn't go up a size. The really broke in nicely and now they are a perfect fit. My only advise is to be gentle with the buckles. You can easily bend the pivot axles on them.Nov 11, 2011
Use your regular shoe size as a reference. Boots are in Men's or Boy's size. If you are following the measurements, use a regular ruler. Make sure you are standing, wearing the socks you will wear with your new shoes or boots. Then convert the measurement to your shoe size using the following chart. Measurements are a guideline and do not guarantee the proper fit. Note, Fox boots are only offered in whole sizes, so take this into consideration when u sing the measurement chart.
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