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Fox Racing Comp 5 Shorty Boots

The Comp 5 Shorty has the comfort of a skate shoe with the coverage of a full-on motocross boot built right in. High flex and feel with solid ankle armor means you'll spend more time riding and less time icing those ankle bones.

 

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Fox Racing Comp 5 Shorty Boots 4.7 5 9 9
Great Boot These boots are a little stiff out of the box, however after wearing them for a few days they fit great. If you order these boots make sure you order a size bigger then what you usually wear as they run small. I love how warm and dry they keep my feet, how protected my feet are, and how quick they are to put on and take off. Overall I couldn't be more pleases with this purchase June 9, 2014
Great boots These boots feel extremely sturdy and feel like they would protect me very well in a crash. Airflow is mediocre, but they aren't very hot anyway. They are fairly comfortable and are great for walking around in if you don't have shoes with you. They come on and off very easy. Style is very cool, they fit great under jeans and look similar to cowboy boots when they're under clothing. September 14, 2013
Seem sturdy and easy on/off Goods: • Seem very sturdy --I don't have much basis for comparison, but it feels like these would go a lot farther in protecting you from ankle sprains than other shorty/road boots out there. Tons of Toe/heal/sole protection --but wouldn't slide like a road boot, so that could be an issue. • Not bad to walk in. Wouldn't want to do it all day, but I walked all over my campus and only felt a little bit like I was wearing ski boots. • Easy on/off. This is probably the best feature. Two clasps and a buckle and you're ready to rock. If you're planning on changing shoes or pants when you get to your office, this is so much better than dealing with a full lace of a more fashion oriented or full-length boot. Bads: • They look like moon boots...cool moon boots...but without a matching lazer rifle you feel a little stupid sometimes. • The Velcro strap is a joke. I don't have huge calfs by any means, but the velcro strap is straining to keep the top of the boot closed which is kind of annoying. Other: • They will fit under even pretty skinny jeans. • With regard to the toe box, the advice I've got is pretend you're riding a dirt bike... because you're wearing dirt boots. That means 1: raise your shifter until it seems ridiculous, 2: Ride with the balls of your feet on the pegs and kick/stomp the shifter to change gears --don't just hang out with your toe on the shifter. 3: If your shifter still seems ridiculous lower it a notch. May 6, 2013
Great Boots for Street After dropping the 450 lb. BMW at 5 MPH on my foot, wearing street boots turning on to a dirt driveway, I decided to get some MX boots for added protection. The bike wasn't hurt so after breaking them in and adjusting the shifter to fit their extra thickness, I'm rolling again. The shorties are great as you can wear them under your pant legs but they still give protection to the foot and ankle. December 31, 2012
Great value I was looking for a boot that offered decent protection for casual rides. This is it! Easy on and off means I'll throw these on instead sacrificing protection with a work boot. Also easier to throw on my knee braces with these if I wanted vs a full size MX boot. Highly recommended for casual dual sporting or a lazy trail ride. April 17, 2012
Nice shorty boots These are nice shorty boots. I wear a 9.5 in regular boots and the size 10 fit perfect. If you have wide feet they may be cramped in these. The large pad on the inside of the leg can cause some pressure there, I have skinny calves and ankles so it did not cause me issue. I haven't used them much yet but I think they will be just the ticket for trail riding or back road bombing on dirt bikes. If I was ridding hard or doing MX I would want the full coverage of regular MX boots. These would also be good quad boots. April 9, 2012
Great product The boots are great and would recommend them for anyone riding quads. December 19, 2011
Great Boots I really like these boots. They are basically a shorter version of all-out MX boots. I really like how they are the height that they are as they provide excellent upper ancle/lower leg strength and protection. They do fit small, so I suggest ordering a size up. These boots are well worth the price. December 13, 2011
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Mark B: Tried a friends pair on and they felt way better than the O'Neil shorty's I presently have. Smaller toe box for easier shifting and a lot more comfortable to walk in Sep 13, 2014
David M: This will be my second pair. I use these as dual sport boots. The first pair has lasted me 4+ years and I finally broke a buckle and have worn out some seams. It's time for new boots and I like these. Feb 26, 2014
stan w: Wasn't getting enough asphalt protection with hiking boots for asphalt errands. This boot makes me feel protected at 80MPH on the freeway..... Nov 30, 2013
A shopper asked: Hi, Im usually an 11.5, would it be better to go for the 11 or 12? Thanks, Manny. Sep 17, 2013
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Clint S: Definitely go up one. I am 12.5 and went to 12 but had to send them back and get the 13's. They are hard toed and you will feel it if they are tight. Sep 17, 2013
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Richard H: go to size 12. I ware size 9 and mine are a little tight. Sep 18, 2013
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Ernesto P: 12 better ! AP Sep 17, 2013
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Jeff R: I would go for the 12. I'm generally a 10.5 and on rare occasions I'll need a 10 and even rarer occasions an 11 in a street shoe. I bought the size 11 in a the Fox Shorty and found a pair of barely used 11s in the full size motocross Comp 5. Both are a comfortable, slightly snug fit with a slightly cushioned sock so I can't imagine being able to get into a 10 with these.

My only complaint about the Shorty is that the Velcro strap at the top is pretty short and I have skinny ankles and lower calves. They are a pretty stiff boot and give you a slight "ski boot" walk so I'm not sure how easy they would be to wear all day at work if I rode the bike in, but they would be a great trail boot if you didn't want the height of a motocross boot. I haven't been able to wear them enough to really break them in because surgery cut my riding season short so that part of my opinion could change over time.
Sep 17, 2013
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Jerry W: I wear a size 9.5 and went with a size 10 in this boot. The fit is very good and it allows me to wear heavy socks if I choose, but they are not sloppy with regular socks. I'd recommend you go with the 12. Sep 17, 2013
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Anthony W: I wear a 9.5 and bought the 9...it is a little tight around the upper velcro area (big calves), but the toe length is perfect. Sep 17, 2013
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Fox Men's Footwear Size Chart

Boot Size Measurement (in)
8 9.9375
9 10.25
10 10.5625
11 10.9375
12 11.25
13 11.5625
14 11.875
15 12.1875
 
Boots Measurement
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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