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The TCX Jupiter 2 Gore-Tex Boots
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TCX Jupiter 2 Gore-Tex Boots

The boot/shoe that started it all…suede leather and breathable, waterproof Gore Tex® materials make up this boot-inspired riding shoe. Great Italian styling and strategically placed protection make this shoe perfect for warm and wet weather riding.

  • Suede leather and airtech fabric upper
  • Gore-Tex membrane  with XCR product technology for increased breathability
  • Padded malleolous area
  • Back counter reinforcement
  • Shift pad integrated in the sole
  • Lacing system with overlap Velcro closure
  • Anatomic replaceable footbed
  • Touring sole, with specific grip area, oil and petroleum resistant
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TCX Jupiter 2 Gore-Tex Boots
Already Asked: 4 Questions, 36 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jay B: Gore text and low cost Aug 24, 2014
Henry R: needed rain boots and they are comfertable Jul 10, 2014
Ryan I: Good boot for the price. Jul 8, 2014
Jeffrey R: Wanted a fancier boot that would breathe in warm/hot weather conditions. May 14, 2014
Philip G: For safety (protect my ankles during the crash configuration :), to keep my feet dry, and just because they look really cool! Apr 29, 2014
Gavin C: Worn Jupiter 2's for many many years, I got my first (and only til now) pair back in 2007 I think. The soles are getting a bit worn, but they have seen 30,000+ miles on the bike and many miles of hiking on top of that - so that's not too bad :) But yea, I was very sad to see these on closeout. With my current pair lasting me 7 years, I've likely got a good 7 years more waiting for me on these new ones! They got my size in after 6+months of being out of stock and on closeout, I'm thrilled! Mar 10, 2014
Schuyler S: Needed waterPROOF boots/shoes and these were goretex! Mar 4, 2014
Robert T: I choose these for their versatility. I haven't had much of a chance to test them properly but first impressions leave me highly optimistic. Mar 3, 2014
Seamus M: Recommended by Kat Foster in my email inquiry as an option for me for a lightweight/breatheable cruising boot. Since I am a "newbie" and this is my first boot, I guessed this to be a good first boot and I can upgrade if necessary at a later time. The price on closeout is always a bonus and honest customer feedback is extremely important to me, which Revzilla offers. Feb 13, 2014
Hamzeh A: At this price point these boots are a steel! Jan 10, 2014
David L: Living in the central coast area of California, it's normally warm and these are perfectly suited for the climate I hope ! also, the protection offered is far better than sneakers - and hopefully cooler than my tour master touring boots. I just hope they fit. Dec 21, 2013
Charles I: I know they are coming out with a new design or at least I think so and I don't think I could afford that upgrade so I went with these boots at a great price in my budget! I think these will be incredible boots compared to my trail hiking boots. They are really nice too but not waterproof or resistant at all and my feet are getting cold every ride on Calif. Hwy 9 on santa cruz side of the mountains there. these tcx boots look like I could actually walk around in them too once they break in a bit Dec 21, 2013
Will A: Excellent feature set. Great price. Gets bloody hot here so will review over our summer Dec 20, 2013
P O: Wide size and styling Nov 30, 2013
Christine M: Watched the video and really liked the features. The price was reasonable, too. Nov 26, 2013
David C: I have been wearing a pair for the past three years Nov 24, 2013
Nicholas D C: I have earlier style boot/shoe from this manufacturer that are the most comfortable I've ever had. This boot/shoe is the closest style to the ones I've had for > 10 years and now need replacing. After reading comments from other users, I think these will be a fine replacement for my old boots. Nov 6, 2013
Mario M: This is my first real motorcycle boots. I was not sure at first but Was I wrong!! Fit ,finish,style and my wife told me" nice looking shoes" . If I need to get another pair of boots TCX is it!!! Nov 5, 2013
PHILLIP B: i have a wide foot and these fit great. i use to commute to work and they are ok to wear all day Nov 4, 2013
Dennis L: Low boot, gortex, waterproof, revzilla return policy Nov 4, 2013
Robert C: Reviews, features, and water proof vortex, plus the looks. Aug 14, 2013
Andre F: Wow! These boots are phenomenal. Great support/protection all around. The low-cut profile on the back of the boot allows perfect mobility to operate controls and walk around at your destination. Ventilation is excellent; so much that I put on 'smart-wool' socks on chillier days. Gore-Tex rocks!... I am a commuter, rain or shine. This summer has been a particularly wet one in Southeastern Michigan yet my feet have stayed dry. Highly recommended. Aug 13, 2013
Scott R asked: My feet are quite wide (8 EE). Would these boots be a good choice? Is there a better option for wide feet? Aug 12, 2013
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Jay B: Hi Scott,
My wife bought these boots and she really likes them. They are very well made and a good price point for GorTex. I looked at them today and they seem to be average width for motorcycle boots(which generally have a narrow toe box to keep you toes from hitting the ground during cornering). I would imagine they would be on the tight side for you. I own several pairs of boots. I have some Teknic Chicanes(my favorite) which are waterproof, a pair of Shift Shoes, and two pairs of Sidi boots, one is a track boot and one is the GorTex adventure boot. The widest of those is the Sidi adventure boot(I don't know the model but its the mid height version). It is a very comfortable and water proof but pricey. They seem to be indestructible however after several cross country dual sport rides and 3 plus years of wear and tear, still water proof and look new. I would buy those again.
Aug 13, 2013
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Andre F: Hey Scott,
I was a little concerned about sizing when I ordered the boots. The european sizing can be a bit deceiving and I was afraid that the boot would be too tight. I am a 7.5D and first ordered a size 41. They were way too big so I exchanged them for a size 40. I ride with smart-wool socks and the width is very comfortable.
You need to know that this boot is quite 'structural'; the shifter-pad and outside "TCX" protection pad are made of TPR (thermoplastic rubber) and create an extension of the toe cap. Though these features make the "toe area" of the boot quite stiff, it has broken-in quite nicely and never gave me any sore spots.
Hope this helps, good luck.
Aug 13, 2013
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Paul S: I have wide toes (EE) but a high arch which means I can often get away with a normal body. These boots have /plenty/ of lateral wiggle room in the squarish toe-box. Like, literally, you can wiggle your toes! I usually wear 9 "normal width" shoe and the 8 fit well. The A-star Super Tech Tour boots (also size 8) have a slightly smaller toe box, but they fit my feet more comfortably overall (toes don't wiggle, but aren't cramped either).

(Currently the TCX are my "extra" boots. The lack of height in the back makes them interface poorly with pants and the internal Gortex bootie is only about 2/3rd the height of the shoe - not the best for the PNW fall/winter/spring.)
Aug 15, 2013
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Michael M: I have an average width foot but I really have to cinch up the laces. Pretty sure they would be fine with a wider foot. Only issue may be a more narrow toe box.

I really enjoy the boots, comfortable and cooler in the hot weather.

Hope this helps you.

Mike M
Aug 13, 2013
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Jay B: Hey Scott,
Sidi offers a "Mega version" in some of its boots for wide feet. Here is the pair I have. http://www.revzilla.com/product/sidi-canyon-gore-tex-boots
Aug 13, 2013
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Matthew G: I'm a EEE minimum and I'm very happy with these boots. 44 is my size and they're slightly bigger all around, which I'm actually happy about because I think it offers a little more room for us duck-footed. Feb 17, 2014
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ROBERT R: Hi. My feet are wide also and I found these to fit quite nicely. Most other boots, especially Eropean tend to be too narrow for me but these fit great. Aug 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: How high are these boots from the floor? Nov 18, 2011
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Aerikk: "How high are these boots from the floor?"

On a Men's size 10 equivalent, the outside of the boot is 7-7/8" tall at the highest point. However, the back is cut lower for mobility and is only 5-7/8" high.
Dec 18, 2012
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Stevan P: From the bottom of the sole to the top of the ankle is between 5-7inches depending on size and where the measurement is taken. It's just enough to cover the ankle bone. Nov 29, 2011
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DanCBR600: The top of the ankle at the highest point is about 8 inches from the floor. They cover my ankles good enough, but could be a bit higher. Jun 18, 2012
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OldFJR: 9.5 inches Jun 18, 2012
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A shopper asked: Is it possible to completely remove the TCX factory insole? I have flat feet and need to use a medical insole instead. Nov 20, 2011
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DanOST1300: Yes, you can definitely remove the factory inserts - I have the same issue and am currently using an arch support insert in them without any issues. Oct 1, 2012
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ADVJason: Yes, the sole is removable. It is attached with a light glue that is easily removable. Dec 7, 2011
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Switchback: Yes, the footbed comes right out. Nov 30, 2011
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TCX BootsFormerly known as Oxtar, TCX Boots are Italian made and manufactured in European sizes, so make sure to look at the size chart below to see the US conversions. We have found them to run typically true to size, but in our experience they typically will fit people with a wider foot better 

TCX Boot Sizing

Unisex Size
Men’s US
Women’s US
33 1.5
34 2
35 3 4
36 3.5 4.5
37 4.5 5.5
38 5 6.6
39 6 7
40 7 8
41 8 9
43 9 -
44 10 -
45 11 -
46 12 -
47 12½ -
48 13 -
49 14 -

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
Black / 38 814091 7113GNERO-38 Out of Stock
Black / 39 814092 7113GNERO-39 Out of Stock
Black / 40 753186 7113GNERO-40 Out of Stock
Black / 41 753187 7113GNERO-41 Out of Stock
Black / 42 753188 7113GNERO-42 Out of Stock
Black / 43 753193 7113GNERO-43 Out of Stock
Black / 44 753189 7113GNERO-44 Out of Stock
Black / 45 753190 7113GNERO-45 Out of Stock
Black / 46 753194 7113GNERO-46 Out of Stock
Black / 47 753191 7113GNERO-47 Out of Stock
Black / 48 753192 7113GNERO-48 Out of Stock