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Tim C: looks like the perfect wp entry level boot....super lightJun 11, 2015
Paul T: Anthony gives a great breakdown of what out there in the "sea" of choices, as he calls it. So I bought these TCX Track EVO boots from the 2015 Gear guide review. You da man Anthony!Jun 1, 2015
Robert P: I chose the TCX track EVO WP Boots due to the positive reviews, style/color and affordable price. I have no experience with adventure boots, so stay tuned for a review after a few weeks of usage. **wink-wink**May 20, 2015
D A: More rugged and higher than my X 5 Plus touring boots. Will be better for my off road adventures. I love the TCX boots.Apr 13, 2015
Steven H: I have a KLR. Not a BMW. Meaning I need something that is not super expensive. These looked like a good deal and I have wide feet, so I am hoping they are wide enough. Also dig the two tone, since too much gear is all black out there.Mar 19, 2015
david n: I wanted a comfortable flexible boot for ATV riding in the Desert. Also wanted a meaty tread rather then a harder smooth bottom like most MX boots. So far I like them a lot. They could benefit from some venting but I don't think any boots have that.Mar 13, 2015
Omondi A: Looks awesome and cool for the priceOct 22, 2014
Daniel S: These boots rock. They are light, comfortable, water proof and are the perfect alternative to MX boots for the adv travels. Under Jeans, they appear to be shoesAug 26, 2014
Philip E: I thought they were a good compromise of price, looks and quality. However when they arrived I returned them partly because of a mis-stiched seam but mostly because overall they were not great quality - compromised material, buckles and construction allowed the price to be where it is. Eventually decided to pay more to get moreMay 6, 2014
John M: Lighter than current Fox F3R. Changed bikes, new boot fits new bikes purpose better. Old boot absorb water. Maybe these new ones will resist water better. Hopefully new boot will be more flexible.Mar 25, 2014
darren a: been wearing a pair of TCX road boots for the past 10yrs , I know they will fit and I know they will lastMar 23, 2014
Robert B: 1. Looking for dual sport boot with off-road emphasis. 2. I have a wide foot and hear TCX boots have a wider foot bed. 3. Price is a consideration. 4. Water proof. We live in the Pacific NW. It rains a lot here.Mar 1, 2014
A S: I picked these boots because the I think the protection you get for the price can't be beat and the style can be worn under jeans and look like work boots. Also, the reviews say they are comfortable to walk around in, which is what I need because I tend to attend bike events (Daytona Bike Week, Biketoberfest, etc.) and walking around in race boots would be uncomfortable.Feb 27, 2014
D R: The style of riding I do, the video, and the reviews submitted by other customers....Feb 5, 2014
Nicholas T:20141022: I did not try the Alpinestar Scout WP boots so I wouldn't know how to compare them to the TCX Track EVO WP. I bought the TCX because I have a pair of TCX X-Square and their footbed fit me very well. For the first time, motorcycle boots were secure and comfortable. And their construction was very good.
I have duck feet, narrow ankle (like you), wide ball and toes section, low instep and high arch – duck feet...
It was hard for me to find boots that didn't bind my toes but also kept my ankle stable and I found that these TCX boots fit me about 85%, which is really good.
They are comfortable and well made, good thoughts on features. I like the suede texture and it's pretty easy to get mud off them. I like that the soles form around the base but that also means that the soles are not as easily replaceable. Some reviews don't like the buckling system, I love it, very easy to deal with and adjust. The skirt at the top doesn't let any liquid through.
Working the pedals on the F800GS is very assured. Walking is very comfortable though sometimes the crease at the toes makes itself known sometimes if you bend the foot a lot.
Overall I give the boot a 4.5. Really happy and of course Revzilla was super to work with as I live in Virginia. I wear usually 10-11 and tried both 44 and 45's, I kept the 44. Good luck.Oct 22, 2014
darren a:I purchased the TCX track evo specifically because I have a wide foot and having worn TCX road boots for a number of years I knew they had a wide toe box. where as I have tried alpinestar's and always found them to narrow for me. The straps on the TCX are very good though and will provide significant amount of adjustment. I can also say that there was zero break in time with the Track Evo , comfortable as old slippers straight out of the box. Best of luck with your decision and hope this helpsOct 18, 2014
A S:I have not tried the Alpinestar boots so I would not know if they would better fit a thinner foot. The TCX offer great protection so I would go with those and if they don't fit, Revzilla has an excellent return policy.Oct 18, 2014
Dennis P asked:Opps, think I've just posted this question in the wrong spot so here it goes again. I am thinking about these boots but I wonder about sole compatibility if I install large Pivotz pegs. Will this kind of sole design have me sfifting my feet around on those pegz and should I only look for boots with flat soles? Please advice. Thank you!Jul 8, 2014
A S:I am not familiar with Pivotz pegs but looking at them on the internet, they will probably work fine with these boots. I ride a 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 636 and they did not fit well with the bike when I first bought the boots because there is little clearance between the pegs and controls. However, after I broke them in they work fine and I ride with them all the time. These are best suited for adventure bike riding but I am used to wearing hiking boots so I wanted a similar boot for riding.
Also, remember that revzilla has great customer service so if they don't work well with your set up, they will allow you to return them if not worn. I suggest you try them because I have not been disappointed. It is hard to find the protection these boots offer for the price.
William C:Dennis....Sorry I can't answer this ( I sent the boots back due to a fitting problem...I have weird feet to fit right)....I do however have the pivot pegs on my R1150GS. They have an aggressive cleat on them and do tend to chew up the soles of some boots (if they are soft soled)....the TCX boots were great though...I really did wish they had fit right.......good luck with all and keep the shiny side up !!!!Jul 8, 2014
darren a:Both the boot soles and the pegs provide a lot of grip on there own, so when used together you will need to shift your feet around. But after a bit of use the feel becomes very familiar. I now have 2500 mls of use could not be happier with these boots , easy to walk in , comfortable for 10 hr days and have kept my feet dry.Jul 9, 2014
Barry M:The sole is a lugged sole, like a hiking boot. I'm riding a KLR 650'with stock pegs. And it feels very secure. These boots are WARM. They are super comfortable and dry. I am sorry I didn't pop for boots with Gore Tex thoughJul 9, 2014
Daniel S:I have pivot pegs on my bike. No issues at all. The boots are really light and comfortable. Really easy to walk around in too. I'm really happy with the boots and I would buy them again when the time comes.Jul 9, 2014
A S:The height as measured from the interior to the top of the front is slightly over 12 inches. This is a good boot for the price. Revzilla has a great return policy so you could order them and if they are not what you need you can return as long as you haven't ridden in them. They do require break in however. After the break in they are like any other hiking boot. I bought these because the price, protection, and ability to do some light walking around in them without looking like I was at the track. I would like to try the gortex version of this boot however because in the Florida heat they do not wick away sweat that well. The revzilla review on this version vs. the gortex version addresses this issue but they are more expensive. Hope this helps.Aug 18, 2014
A shopper asked:I wear a size 10 1/2. Should get the size 44 or 45? I know if I try the 44 and they don't fit I can return them but I really don't want to have to do that. Please advise as to whether the 44 would work, which is in stock, or if I should wait for the 45 to be in stock. ThanksFeb 25, 2014
Jamie C:I wear a size 10, ordered the 44, and felt that they were just a tiny bit snug. So I ordered up the size 45, and while they certainly fit within reason, I felt that the 44 was better for me. That said, I would expect that the 45 would be the best bet for someone who is a size 10.5Feb 28, 2014
Dennis P:Tempted to pull the trigger on these but I also want to install Pivotz large pegs and I wonder if the sole design will have me constantly shifting my feet around to find the right placement on the pegs compared to a boot with a flatter sole disgn. Do you have any experience on large pegs with these? Should I only look at flat soles? Please advice. Thank youJul 8, 2014
marc r:I have always worn a size 8 in everything, and acording to them size 41 should be a size 8... nope. I managed to put my foot in but WAY too tight. I suggest going one size higher than their chart size.Mar 1, 2014
Formerly 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
Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.