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Gaerne G-Adventure Boots

This sport minded boot will keep your feet dry when the riding gets wet.  Lightweight full grain leather construction provides a comfortable fit and long lasting wear.  This boot was designed for the adventure touring, dual sport and ATV rider in mind.  Made in Italy for superb quality!

Features:

  • Full grain leather construction with Lug sole
  • Waterproof & breathable construction
  • 3 buckle closure system
  • Plastic reinforced shifter pads
  • Leather gaitor
  • Padded interior for comfortable fit
  • Made in Italy
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Gaerne G-Adventure Boots 4.5 5 58 58
Great boot. This is a pretty good boot. Waterproof, easy to get on, looks good, and comfortable. I wear a size 11 to 11.5 shoe, and ordered the size 11 (EU 46). The fit is fine, except I may need to throw in some soles to take up some excess room as I need to buckle it down almost as tight as it can go. At that point, the top strap is a little hard to get aligned with the buckle. I have yet to test them in the rain, but so far I like them a lot. April 14, 2014
Great! Just did 3,000 miles in these boots in March 2014 including a 2,200-mile trip down the coast. My only complaint is that the manual didn't point out that the straps were adjustable. I bought the largest size Gaerne makes (12) but they were much too tight out of the box because the straps were adjusted all they way in. When I discovered the adjustments, I was able to make them fit MUCH more comfortably. I even took a few short hikes (less than 1/2 mile) to see some sights along the road and they were very comfortable. April 14, 2014
Good Boots The boots protect well and are warm. Had a slight workmanship issue out of the box but nothing major. Overall okay for the price. March 30, 2014
Love these boots. Purchased these boots last fall just in time to ride 5 days on the "Forever West" route through Wyoming, Idaho, and Colorado. I put little effort into breaking these in but it did not take much effort to get them comfortable. Very comfortable boot, you can ride or walk in these all day much more comfortably than in most boots. Great traction on multiple surfaces (pavement, gravel, rocks, grass, dirt, mud). I ride dual sport and street bike so I have a pair of street boots also - these are much more comfortable. My feet are wide and many boots fit me too tight, these are just wide enough (not narrow, but not excessively wide). If you are looking for a boot that offers good protection but not necessarily MX level stiffness / protection - I highly recommend this boot. They stood up very well in muddy / wet conditions. P.S. You cant walk into any store and look at all the different bike boots available - Revzilla does an awesome job with their videos making it possible for a guy to really compare what he is getting! Thanks Revzilla! March 5, 2014
Excellent quality italian boots. The court is something set. Normally I size 8 but they fit narrow, so i recommend asking for a size larger. Good quality, style and design, I recommend this product. December 23, 2013
Excellent quality, great price I waited for around a month for these boots to become available in my size. I normally wear a 10 wide in my work boots, but was assured that the size 10 boot would fit me fine. When they came in I pulled them on and found that they were a little more narrow around the arch than I expected. The toe box was "just right", though. I was wearing a thicker boot sock that I often wear. Swapping them for a thinner sock made the fit a little better. After wearing them out for a ride, they felt very good. They felt like they were already beginning to soften up and form to my feet. After a two hour ride, I got more comfortable with them. In those two hours of riding, I got no rub and no fatigue from wearing new, stiff boots. They already seem to be softening up around the ankle, making shifting easier and more comfortable... more of a flick of the foot, rather than an entire leg movement. Very happy that I waited on these. My other choice was a pair of Gearne's balance boots, but I did NOT have that much money to invest in the boots. The quality of the finish is top notch. not a single hanging stitch, no loose threads and no rough cuts on any of the material. November 27, 2013
Close, but 4 stars! So, these boots look and feel good right out of the box, great construction and high quality material. EXCEPT for the buckles! The buckles seem like cheap plastic that will break easily. I have about a dozen rides with them at this point and really like the boots and no buckles have broken... yet. They do heat up a bit when it's warm but that's what you get with a waterproof boot. And they are waterproof! On my second ride with them I broke down about 2 miles from the truck in wet and muddy conditions with a creek crossing. Back at the truck my feet hurt but my socks were dry. They broke in nicely after that hike out. All in all they are great boots with a good compromise between protection and comfort. November 3, 2013
bang for the buck They fit like a timberland work boot with a little more protection buckles kinda get what you pay for .. all in all great boot for atv or just dirt riding in the woods .. good for anything except racing I would definitely buy again and thanks to revzilla I had them in my hands 2 days after purchase great service October 7, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Nathan T: Needed something a little better than street boots and a little less than a moto boot to do some dual sport riding. The Gaerne's came highly recommended and I was very pleased with them. Mar 30, 2014
dustin m: Good reviews, good protection, waterproof. These boots fit well for my typical 11 or 11.5 shoe size, but I have a skinnier foot than some so I will probably throw in some sole pads to make them feel a bit more snug around my foot. Buckles work well enough, the top one can get a little cockeyed when tightening down a lot but it still works as long as I align it right when buckling. Mar 25, 2014
Javier F: Because is the best choice Mar 21, 2014
Renny L: The reviews are great I was pleased with the fact that this boot has a shifter pad protection which the balance oil did not. Mar 16, 2014
Joe K: They feel right. Mar 13, 2014
Charles G: I was looking for a good dual sport boot that will fit my C-width foot. Hopefully this one will fill the bill. Mar 11, 2014
John H: These boots look comfotable and will be used to tour the States/Europe on my BMW R1200 GS. They also look like they can cope with any conditions and I watched the video prior to purchasing them. Jan 6, 2014
billy w: style, price, reviews.... the boots were sold out in my size for over a month. that usually says something. Nov 6, 2013
Dan S: I thought these would be good. Returned. Not water proof , not very good protection. Nov 4, 2013
G L: comfy and good grip for when im in the mudd. Sep 24, 2013
Samuel T: Low price, good features Sep 20, 2013
Marcus T: All purpose riding/commuting Sep 11, 2013
Rigoberto O: Shin protection and overall protection for riding boots. Sep 9, 2013
John L: I chose this pair of boots based on style, description, claim of weather proof, reviews validating said claim, support claim, lugged sole and price. Sep 5, 2013
John R: After watching your videos and reading the reviews I was comfortable with buying these boots. I never buy boots with out trying them on first so this was a big step for me. I am confident it will go well.
The Gaerne have served me well in the past. This boot had the right features at a good price
Aug 19, 2013
Spencer C: Price was the first factor for a good brand. I prefer the cam locks for a true water proof and the this also was the only boot that had a decent tread pattern for offroad traction. Aug 11, 2013
A shopper asked: What's the fit like on these boots. I wear a 12 street shoe and am looking at either 12 or 13 in this boot. Also, can you provide some additional details on padding, interior armor, sole flexibility, outer shell construction and the inner liner? Thanks, your web-site is great! Jul 26, 2011
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Kidd: I have flat-feet and wear a size 9D in all my boots. I ordered size 9 in these boots and they are like a 2nd skin. VERY comfortable but.... if I had a wide foot.... probably not so.

They are extremely well made, in my opinion, and provide me enough protection, but you wont see me on TV trying to break my neck doing crazy stuff. I just wanted shin protection mostly and good grip. I got both with these.

I think the soles are very flexible and have walked around for hours in mine w/o issue.

My first thought about the outer shell is it's really nice leather and strong. However, I think it will mark-up rather easily. So, if you're looking for a go-to-town boot... buy some black polish.

I have not wore them in any wet conditions, so I cannot comment on their water-proof qualities or inner liner on that issue. Although, I like how the liner neatly lays down when you latch-down the buckles. At 80 degrees, my feet did not get too hot and my socks, hours later, were not soaked.
Oct 11, 2011
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Caminator: DD715,
Hey dude these boots are awesome. I would get a 13 so you can wear thick socks if you want. Lookds like you live in WA like me (Everett) so you know how nasty our commutes can be. These babies really kick it. Water proof, tough, warm, protecting. I love these boots . They are constructed very well, and I anticipate that they will protect our feet just fine should we go down. The main armour is in the Tib/fib (shin) area, but the whole boot is like a storm troopers, so I feel good about it. The inner liner is non-removable, the out shell construction is all leather, with the shin guard in front. I love these boots and I know you will too.
Jan 17, 2012
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runsonwater: US size 9: my shoe size is 8.5 to 9 US, boot runs slightly wide from standard us shoe/boot width, my estimate slight wider that US M width. Padding in this boot is comfortable and seems just right. These are relatively new boots so stiffness is present, that said, I find them comfortable to ride in but a little stiff to walk in. Though I expect more flexibility when broken in. As for internal armor, there is nothing visible, but there seems to be some, e.g. boot toe is very hard and protective. Mar 18, 2012
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Mattm: True to size. I wear a 8.5 mens, and ordered a 9. This fit is large, but still workable in a tall boot. I think a full size up would be too large. No a lot of interior armor other than the leather and padding in shin. Boot is pretty flexible. I've walked around for several hours straight without a problem. May 21, 2012
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Chris K: These boots fit ever-so-slightly wide, so I think a 12 would be closer for you unless you have particularly wide feet. They contain re-enforced heel and toe boxes, ankle protction and chin protection. The outer shell is fairly flexible, but not extremely walkable for long distances. Jul 29, 2011
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Chickengrease: I wear a 12 in work and moto boots and the 12 I got fit fine. Feb 25, 2013
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Lewdis: I would suggest getting larger they seem narrow Dec 31, 2011
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A shopper asked: Does this boot have a removable insole? Thanks. Sep 14, 2011
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Kidd: I don't think it's removable. I haven't really YANKED on it, but it appears to be securely stuck in-place. I don't really want to RIP it out, just in-case they are NOT removable. Oct 11, 2011
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Chris K: Yes, you should be able to remove and/or replace the insoles as needed. Sep 30, 2011
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Lewdis: Yes they do Dec 31, 2011
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d2me: Yes. Feb 27, 2012
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runsonwater: Yes Aug 2, 2013
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KingOfFleece: yes Mar 18, 2012
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A shopper asked: What is the height of the boot from the inside at the heal to the top?
What is the diameter of the boot at the top.
I wear a 46 in a Sidi what size should i get in this boot.
I normaly wear a wide in a boot. Do these boots run wide or narrow?
Feb 3, 2012
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Felix1package: These measurements are taken from a size 43 there might be slight variations in other sizes.
From the inside at the heel to the top 11 1/2" or 11.5"
The diameter varies depending on the adjustment of the velcro and the straps, it can go from about 4"
to 5" if you round off the opening. If you leave it as the boot is the opening is more oval than round, then it would measure from 5" to 6" front of the opening to back.
The length is pretty true to size but they do run a little on the narrow side.
Dec 20, 2012
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runsonwater: Size 9 US:
11.5 inches from inside the heel to the top.
6 7/8 to 7 inches with about 3/8 inch velcro securing
Don't know what 46 = US
This boot runs a bit wide, not a narrow boot and somewhat wider than US medium width
Mar 18, 2012
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Hubbman: For size i would go with the size 12. The toe box is a bit narrow, but should stretch with use.

I also wear a 46 in Sidi boots.
Aug 8, 2012
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Sanabuju82: I wear a 45 sidi and the size 10 fits me a bit snugger than sidi, but comfortable. Use that as a fairly good basis! Mar 5, 2012
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Joseph S asked: What is the total height of these boots. Size 45 if you need it.
Do they run large or small compared to the size number?
Mar 31, 2014
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Paul W: I have a pair in size 45 and think they run true to size however I will say they have a European fit, meaning they are more narrow than some American designed boots. This suits me fine since I have a narrow foot with a hight arch. As for height, I measured with the boots on the ground, so from the ground to the top of the back of the boot, its 13.5" tall. They are tall boots but can tell you that they are very comfortable. Let me know if you have any other questions. Apr 1, 2014
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Junli L: the total height is about 15inch. If you are wearing a 45 i suggest you get a size bigger for more comfortable and after you have worn you it get softer and it will be slightly loose. Mar 31, 2014
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