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TCX X-Cube Boots

Italian styling, proprietary WaterProof membrane, and great over the ankle protection make this boot perfect for a quick afternoon session or an all-day ride. Dual compound sole makes peg grip a non-issue, while offering great traction off the bike.

Features:

  • Upper composed of suede leather and Air Tech® material
  • Water resistant lining
  • Malleolus protection and polyurethane ankle support
  • Double closure system with laces and Velcro® for a better fit
  • Anatomic and replaceable footbed
  • Wear-resistant sole
  • CE Certified
  • CFS (Comfort Fit System)

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TCX X-Cube Boots 4.6 5 137 137
On and off the bike, this boot delivers superior comfort and control. I love these boots. I can't say enough great things about them, the fit is snug and secure, the confidence-boost from the amount of protection they offer is insurmountable, and the style is great on and off the bike. The waterproofing is very efficient, I've ridden in the rain a lot, and never had a soggy foot. I marked airflow as average because I wasn't looking for a boot with good airflow as I often ride in cold weather, so marking it average was definitely a good thing in my eyes. It takes a little bit to break them in, but after a week of riding and walking, they begin to form nicely to your feet and even your riding style. I noticed that shifting became almost second nature and the boot felt like an extension of my bare foot, which I suppose would be the point. The only thing I would say is not ideal with these boots are the in-soles. They are not secured to the inside of the boot and therefore, often when walking around, they slip around inside and become wedged in sometimes awkward positions. I think if you get a second set of insoles, this problem will be solved. It might also be a good idea anyway just because the stock insoles are not very sturdy anyway and that's probably what led to the problem in the first place. Basically, these boots are fantastic, and if you're thinking about buying them and have spent months tirelessly researching for the perfect pair, stop here. You're home. October 11, 2014
Excellent winter/early spring boots After trying 5 or 6 different boots, these are by far the best waterproof winter boots I've tried. They are really comfy, they are warm but I have ridden with them in moderate heat without any problems. I´m definitely going to get the air version for the summer. September 29, 2014
These TCX X-Cubes fit the bill nicely! Straight up. I love these boots, even with their flaws. They won't be returned! I'll be wearing these to their destruction, I think. I don't buy any clothing online. Ever. If I can't try it on, I don't want to deal with it. But I have such issues with footwear, and I needed new boots for riding.. and I can't find any that work for me/fit me here... I finally broke down. I watched a few reviews from Anthony and Revzilla on various boots... read a few from the public... and made a choice. These here TCX X-Cubes seem to fit the bill. Not too expensive, nice protection, not loud, seem to be pretty nicely made... Ok, let's try 'em. Now... if only they'd fit... *They do*. I don't have to reship for a different size! Sweet! So far, they're the best fitting shoes/boots I've had in a LONG time. I almost shed a tear. I ain't kidding. It's that kind of a struggle for me. Which is why you can't have these back, guys, sorry. I'll put up/fix the minor quibbles I got with 'em before I take another chance, thanks. --- The quick version of the good parts: They fit me! They look good. They seem to grip in wet, gravel/mud parking lot as I'm shoving my bike around #didn't slip at all!) as well as various pavements and condition. Can't speak for oil resistance though, didn't hit any yet with 'em. They're comfy enough that I wore them at work all day. But I wouldn't recommend driving a manual transmission car. Doesn't feel quite right to me. They wick away the moisture, no kidding, even in the Houston muggy and hot air. Feet were dry at the end of the rides. Fantastic, that. And they were not real hot, no more than any of the other stuff I wear makes me. Comfy, again. They're waterproof, but I don't know if I'll need that, for I have boot covers for that purpose. Protection schemes look to be very good. I hope I never find out, of course. --- The 'meh' part: They're not nearly as cool temperatured overall as I'd like, but given the overall performance, I don't much care either. They're not uncomfortable, but they're not air flowing beasts either. --- The 'This could be better' parts: The laces are too long... or too short if you wrap them around the boot, under the pull up loop, and back to the top above the retention strap. The second is how I do it. There aren't enough lace holes/straps/? at the top, as there seems to be at least one to two missing up there. To me, anyway. The retention strap is not recommended for football player type calves, like I have. Can't get enough Velcro on it. It needs to be longer. If you're a twig, it'll work great, and the laces would be long enough for that wrap trick, no problem. --- End result: I'm keepin' deez! The laces will be exchanged for slightly longer ones, for I like the wrapping version of tying them up. The retention strap will be dealt with. Whether that's somehow getting a longer piece of velcro affixed, or just cutting the thing off. Either will work for me. Mods and farkles, right? But even with the minor issues above, these are fantastic. If I could get through an entire day with these on in this area, I'm set. I like them tons, they work really well for me, and again, since I've had so much trouble in the past with shoes/boots... they are a welcome surprise. Having the protective hard pads and material makes me feel better about these too, for others I've worn were just service boots. Glad I found 'em! Thanks so much! September 22, 2014
Excellent fit, comfortable. I was unsure as to the exact boot I wanted. I watched several video reviews and this one has not disappointed. Fits well and I feel as though I am getting great protection in the ankle area. I would recommend this product. September 16, 2014
Amazing for the Price Bought these boots as my first REAL motorcycle boots. Best purchase ever. For only $140, these boots look good, have fantastic protection, and are waterproof. The pros: They look great which is what you expect from TCX. The cool lines that wrap down the sides are what I like best. They're surprisingly comfortable, and not just while riding. I walked in them on an 8 hour trip (about 3 hours of walking) and didn't notice any soreness or tiredness. Maybe look into new insoles but not really necessary. The cons: They are waterproof so that means they aren't very breathe able. Took them off at the 8 hour trip and even after I was sitting for the hour car ride home, I took them off only to realize how f***in hot they were! About 150°(obvious exaggeration). Didn't bother me too much since it was a bit cold out while I was riding. Also, drill another set of holes higher up the boot. The length of the laces and the number of holes doesn't match well. I just added another row of lacing by punching two new holes above the factory set. September 15, 2014
Warm and comfortable Comfortable off the bike as well. Fits well, not bulky. Laces a little too long. toe guard should have been a little bigger. Overall a good buy. September 8, 2014
Good boot As boots go, this is a good one. I feel confident riding in them, it is also comfortable walking around (walked couple of miles without problem). Ankle is well protected and shifting if very comfortable. The only downside are the laces are too long, I need to put 3 knots in it and they are really warm especially for the summer. When you ride - no problem, but as soon as you stop...Come fall they will be perfect, but in 75+ weather - too warm, but not like in a ski boot of course September 3, 2014
Love the boots, wish the following was better: I wore these boots day in day out on a 17 day, 5,000 mile cross country rode trip . I am very satisfied with how protected I felt, the flexibility, and the styling of the boot. However , airflow is dismal, I am not sure what other reviewers who claim their feet stayed dry are talking about . Grip on the sole is surprising slippery . Be prepared for the boot to slide across smooth surfaces, not much grab on the sole. In regards to the absurdly long laces, I drilled two additional holes all the way up to the very top of the boot. This allowed me to lace the boot higher, thereby shortening the lace to a reasonable length . Overall this boot is a great value even considering the weaknesses I brought up, and I would buy again. July 19, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Franz B: liked the shoe but the shifter pad does NOT mach up with the shifter and the shoe is not wearing on the pad but the shoe itself Oct 27, 2014
Brandon G: Most of my riding is casual night riding, commuting and the occasional trip to the mountains. I wanted something protective with good ankle support vs riding around in my converse. I also wanted something that looks stylish and I can wear all day at work. After reading reviews these seem to be the best choice. Oct 16, 2014
Kayne W: looked nice and reasonable price and good for shorter commutes aswell as longer ones Sep 23, 2014
Per A: Airflow, protection, price combination seemed good. Good fit for the foot. I have big calves so the wrap around strap is just about long enough. Very comfortable boots and they look great! Aug 19, 2014
M S: exchanged for Icon Patrol Waterproof Boot Aug 13, 2014
Gerard D: Owner of another pair of TCX boots and an excellent buy and very comfortable to wear Aug 12, 2014
Daniel P: Boots are nice. I thought they would be more "on and off" the bike wearing boots, but they really didnt meet that for me. I wear them most of my riding time, or some steel toe/heel work boots. I like these a little better. Protection wise, these are really good, a small step down from the race boots in my opinion. They are a little too thick to wear off the bike for anything more than a pit stop, but are not uncomfortable to wear. Jun 10, 2014
ryan C: awesome.... Jun 3, 2014
G David B: Very comfortable. Not overly showy so OK at work. Don't hold up great but reasonable for price. May 21, 2014
Timothy S: I have comfortably used Rockport 1/2 boots for several years, but wanted more ankle protection for clunking around on my big-twin Harley. The thick stiff Wolverines with waffle tread have never struck me as a good bike boot - and I hate tracking crap into the house with those waffle treads. After knocking my ankles several times against the passenger pegs, a higher boot will help. These seem reasonable and purpose-built. Mar 19, 2014
Gary R: good waterproof riding shoe/boot, replace worn out pair that I love. Feb 15, 2014
Chris W: I needed light weight, waterproof, comfortable boots. Jan 26, 2014
Charles C: reviews, features, looks, price. Jan 25, 2014
Hervey W: I've had a fair few boots over the years and now my riding is more casual, I wanted boots that offered some basic protection but that I could also walk around in. These have fit the bill very well - basic protection, good looks, very comfortable and if I keep them on, no-one really notices. Jan 13, 2014
Kelly L: They look like they will protect my son Dominic's foot!! Dec 15, 2013
leonard h: you were recommended Dec 15, 2013
William C: stylish, and the design has a plyable sole so you can actually walk around in them without looking like you are a robot... Dec 11, 2013
David M: Good ankle protection, slim design for easier shifting. I ride a F650GS twin. Traction could be a little better...miss the Vibram type soles for gravely terrain.They are holding up very welll. Nov 27, 2013
Steven P: High ratings and a good price. Also, fairly good looking. Nov 14, 2013
Adam H: protection Oct 31, 2013
Dan P: I wanted a boot I could wear in all seasons. They've been great so far, a bit hot on hot days but super comfortable and awesome in the rain. Oct 24, 2013
LADARIUS P: liked the look and support that was offered for the ankles and water proof soles. Oct 22, 2013
PHIL D: style fit Oct 21, 2013
Christopher F: Price, review video and other written testimonies. Oct 2, 2013
SEONG W: need this for those unpredictable rainy days , never know when its gonna rain on my daily route plus i need to keep my foot dry Sep 30, 2013
cacy l: Needed a pair of boots that I could wear that wouldn't come up to my knees but also needed ankle protection so these seem like the best choice. Good fit, haven't had a chance to test out the waterproof aspect of them but maybe in the coming weeks. I get compliments on them all the time and people get surprised when I tell them they are motorcycle boots. Sep 30, 2013
André M: I need a protect shoes and I see a video on utube Sep 16, 2013
Thomas B: like recommendations Sep 13, 2013
Jim B: waterproof, protect my ankle, price Sep 9, 2013
Bill B: Style Sep 3, 2013
Myles H: great ancle support and price. Aug 22, 2013
A shopper asked: Hi, I'm considering buying a pair of the TCX X-Cube (first pair of boots). How do these match up with leather riding pants like the Joe Rocket Speedmaster 5.0? Would tucking the pants into the boot be uncomfortable? Just wondering if anyone has experience with this Apr 15, 2014
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Richard G: I can't compare because I'm not familiar with the Joe Rocket boot. My experience with X-Cube is they are very comfortable while riding but very stiff when walking...like wearing ski boots. An easier means to get them on and off would be valuable...like a zipper. Apr 15, 2014
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Enrique Z: I don't think that would be comfy. But then again I don't ride with leather riding pant. I can tell you that the boots where a little disappointing to me. The sole doesn't hold grip in wet weather. I went back to Revit H2Os. They have been the best I've ever had Apr 16, 2014
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David C: There's definitely not much room to tuck into these boots. The velcro closure for the ankle strap is a small patch so there is not much adjustability to tuck pants underneath. Apr 25, 2014
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David B: Great boot, been wearing them 2 years. Tight fit up high, I can't even imagine tucking pant inside. Apr 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the in-sole removable (I believe like the TCX Squared) so I can remove it and install my orthopedic in-soles? Mar 13, 2012
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CWells: I believe so. I was able to remove the insole and replace it with a Dr. Scholl's insert in order to make the men's shoe work on a woman's foot. I'm not sure what the thickness difference would be between those two insert types though. This is something you could easily test out if you ordered them, since you would not need to ride in them to see if it works. If they don't end up working out, you could return them easy peasy. May 21, 2012
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Paul M: With force, in sole may come out but they appear to be glued in so I cannot comment with certainty. Dec 17, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the insoles for the TCX X-Cube Boots are both removable and replaceable. May 2, 2012
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Thriller954: Yes, the in-soles are removable. I put Dr. Scholls on mine. Apr 22, 2013
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tcbjr: yes, i installed my custom orthopedic in-soles Jul 5, 2012
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Presto: Yes they are. Sep 18, 2012
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ghostrider: yes they are Apr 22, 2012
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triumphfp: Yes it is Aug 16, 2012
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Jason B asked: HI I am seriously considering buying these boots. My current boots are RST 44 US 11 All my other shoes are either 43 or 44. I measured my foot at 11.25 inches. What size should I get?
I need to get this right as the shipping is high as I live in Australia.

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Jun 23, 2014
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Enrique Z: Well, I'm a 9.5 and I wear 43, so you must be a lot more than a 43. On another note I would stronly suggest you look into another brand.

My experience with them was that the soul was very slippery when wet.

I went back to my revi'ts.

My two cents.
Jun 24, 2014
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Jeffrey P: I normally take a 9.5 US so I had to choose either a 43 EU or a 44 EU. After a little research, I went with a 43 EU. The fit is exact. As I only wear these in the cold months, that's OK. I believe I'd need the room of the 44 in hot weather.
Hope this helps in your decision.
Jun 24, 2014
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Michael m: Yes Jason I can do that for you. They are 12 inches heel to toe for a size 44. Btw I wore them again today and they fit me fine now that they broke in a bit.I highly recomend this boot. Jun 27, 2014
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Jason B: Good work thanks man... Hmmm think I'll go measure up some boots I have lying around :) Jun 29, 2014
Michael m: I just got a pair in size 44. I actually have a pair of hiking boots that are size 44 and fit me great. size 44 in the xcube air was like putting my toes in a vice! Jun 24, 2014
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Michael m: This is a rebuttal to myself actually! Ive been wearing them fr about 15 minutes now and they actually dont feel too bad at the moment. I grabbed a good pair of nice clean socks for my second try and things seem to be more comfy. Maybe a big snug but im not a walker after riding,more of a set and drink beer at home after riding. I think they are sized correctly. Jun 24, 2014
Jason B: Hi I was wondering could you measure the shoe from toe to heel?
That would be awesome. It will help me try and figure what size to get. I normally have US12 running shoes and 11's in other boots.
Thanks Jun 26, 2014
Rommel N: I wear an 11EE in US measurements. Size 45 fits me perfectly. I highly recommend Tcx boots. For safety and style, they offer tremendous value. Jun 25, 2014
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Jason B: Hi Rommel... Could you do me a solid and measure the shoe from heel to to toe?
It will help me out,
Thanks Jun 26, 2014
DANIEL S: I wear a size 13 and they fit nice and snug. you still have some toe room. I would get the 44. Jun 24, 2014
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Jason B: Hey could you measure the shoe from toe to heel?
That would be awesome if you could Jun 26, 2014
Jason B: Ok thanks for the quick responses guys... I'll get the 44's Jun 25, 2014
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A S asked: Would these be ok for a hot, rainy weather? Usually waterproof means very hot and not breatheable but in the other hand I'm afraid the x-cube Air may not offer any water protection and riding around or walking around with a soaking wet boot isn't something I'm looking forward to, neither roasting my feet on regular noon riding. The purpose of the boots is for daily commuting use. Apr 16, 2014
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Luke J: YES!

These boots are amazing for all day rides. Good breathing for the feet and comfortable all day. I currently live in Missouri and the earthed here chafes on an hourly basis. Hot and muggy and then rainy and cold. I have had no problems with these boots and I have owned them for over a year and a half. I wear them to this day and have about 4000 miles on them. So daily commuting game againbthis is just my opinion but I do lobe these boots. Hope this helps. Happy riding.
Apr 17, 2014
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DARRYL S: For hot or rainy weather these are perfect for commuting only. The boots breathe well and comfortable. The boots are pretty firm but you can go walking in them....but if your planning to go hiking with these boots, probably bring a pair hiking shoes with you. At first they are a little heavy but you get use to that. If you're looking to go balls to the wall on the twisties...you would definitely need something more technical than these. The only negative I have i that sometimes the strap doesn't stay on. But that happens only sometimes. Apr 16, 2014
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Ben A: The only time they get a little clammy inside is when I've been wearing them for 4+ hours. On the bike in full summer for long stretches, they get sweaty, but I don't think flip-flops are a good idea, so I'm OK trading that for a little sweat. They've been great for me so far, and they're into their third season now, so they're lasting me well. As a plus, I know firsthand from another pair of Gore-Tex boots that if the water-proofing fails, Gore-Tex has a great warranty and will either replace your boots or reimburse you for new ones. Apr 17, 2014
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Volodymyr L: NO. They will be too hot for anything more than +25 Celsius. Neither you will be comfortable in the office. Besides that they are leaking.
I found myself TCX X-Street waterproof sneakers, they are better if you are going to wear them all day long, seem to be waterproof but still - they are good under 25 degrees.
Would recommend to have 2 pairs - some "Air" for hot days and WP for the rainy days.
Apr 17, 2014
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David B: I've been riding with this boot for approx. 2 years, mostly in Michigan. They are a great cold weather boot, coldest I've ridden 25F. Very comfortable. Not a lot of rain experience, never had them get wet inside. I think they breath well, but not a hot weather boot. Took a long trip out west, they were ok up to 90F. Anything above that, they will have to come off. Apr 16, 2014
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Thomas B: I live in San Diego area and have commuted 60 mins round trip every day for the last 18 months in these boots. I have had no issues in the heat and on the occasion it has rained, my feet have stayed dry. I will not hesitate to purchase another pair. Apr 16, 2014
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ARTURO S: Not hot when you ride the motorcycle, but something warm when you walk in summer Apr 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are the laces a speed lace system? Oct 25, 2012
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Paul M: Not sure what 'speed lace' system. These boots use conventional shoe laces you do up with your hands. They are not the ones with rotating knob you turn to do up the lace. Dec 17, 2012
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Scat: Yes, they are speed laces. Easily adjusted and tightened. Have no idea of longevity or durability. Nov 21, 2012
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Thriller954: No speed laces on these boots. The velcro ankle support keeps the loops out of controls though. Apr 22, 2013
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redmark4: No. Laces are a little long, but better too long than too short Apr 22, 2013
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dpitch58: no speed laces. probably the only improvement they need. Jan 10, 2013
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RevZilla: The X-Cube boots do not offer a speed lace system. Oct 26, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm torn between these two products. I watched the Revzilla review videos for both of them. TCX seems to have a less stiff sole (good for walking), better protection on ankles and toes, and cost $70 less. Are the A* shoes $70 more just because they are more stylish? Is it because they're higher quality? Or am I missing something? Thanks for help and advice! Apr 10, 2012
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HighlandsRider: The TCX X-Cube is definitely more protective and I don't see how the Alpine is a higher quality. It appears to me to be a little bit less expensive shoe to manufacture than the TCX.

If you are going racing you don't want either one of these boots. If you aren't racing you will be walking around when you get off your bike. The Alpine has a Really stiff sole which will not be a bag of fun to walk in for long while the TCX can be worn all day like a pair of sneakers but still provide much more protection for less money and it looks to me to be a better shoe. I wear the TCX and they are really light yet solid as can be.

Seems a fairly easy choice.
Dec 3, 2012
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Insane: If you're looking for waterproof boots, then go for something else than TCX X-Cube.
I bought TCX about a month ago and today was my first rain in them. I was driving 15 km/h near the side of the road and there was a puddle, the boots got wet on the toe as soon as I got the first wave of the water on my feet. I mean completely wet - I could hear that sound while walking back from the parking.
They are quite hot for walking and city riding when it's +25\+27 degrees C.
They were comfortable in the long ride (12-15 hours @ +15-+20 C).

I wouldnt buy them again as they are not WP.
Jun 6, 2012
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Presto: Your best bet is to try them both on and see which one fits your feet better, that is the boot that you will like best. I've never worn Alpinestar boots, but I've been wearing my TCX X-Cubes for about 5 years and I love them. It is a great boot and it fits me well, they are good for walking around and they are good in warm temperatures. I will buy another pair when these ones wear out, hope this helps. Sep 18, 2012
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RevZilla: The main difference between the TCX X-Cube Boots and the Alpinestars Fastback WP Riding Shoes will be the fabric and construction used. The Alpinestars boots features a oiled suede leather, combined with textile which will be more protective against the elements, and might justify the price difference. Apr 10, 2012
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triumphfp: I've tried the A* shoe and this one fits me a lot more comfortably. I have a very wide foot, so the wider footbed on the TCX was very nice. Break in time was minimal and I have every confidence in the protection features should the need arise...which I hope never does. Aug 16, 2012
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Sypher2109: One thing the other answer didn't mention is that the X-cube has a hard polyurethane plastic insert capping both sides of the ankle that the Fastback lacks. Apr 21, 2012
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A shopper asked: how much it weigh? Nov 4, 2011
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Lukas V.: I don't have an exact weight, however they are rather light for riding boots, yet at the same time stiff enough that I feel protected (street riding, not track) and actually i don't even mind waking around in them for an extended period of time (going shopping, out to dinner, etc). Dec 7, 2011
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Thriller954: I can't say for sure what the exact weight is but they are quite light. Maybe only a little heavier than regular tennis shoes but lighter than hiking boots. Apr 22, 2013
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triumphfp: Not sure, but they are very light. More like regular high tops versus boots Aug 16, 2012
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Joel P: These shoes average 1.6lbs each based on a median size of 10/44. Nov 11, 2011
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Eddy A: According to postal scale, they weigh 3.2 lbs 1.6 lbs each Aug 25, 2012
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A shopper asked: Im really confused between TCX X-Cube & TCX X-Square, when i tried them at the shop i felt that the x-square is flexible and soft when walking which is good, while the x-cube is stiff when walking which i don't like but i know that its more protective.
Can some body give me an advice please?
Nov 6, 2013
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A S: Hi John and Christopher, I'm not against the X-cube honestly, and you know what, I really like the look and the appearance of it and the shape looks amazing in the foot and I know that its a good protective boots, but my concern is, is that a normal feeling or just because its new, especially that this is my first boots and I just need help, and guys if you tried the x-square and x-cube at a time, im sure that you will notice the difference, and once again im not saying that the x-square is better than x-cube im 100% sure that the X-cube is more protective than X-square. I just need to know if someone felt the same thing as me or is it just me. and if every one is feeling comfortable with it so I think the problem is with my foot, at the end I just need opinion and advice from different people and I respect every one's opinion or advice. Nov 7, 2013
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John B: Shopper
Your question is confusing and I never have had x-square boots but I find the x-cube boots wonderfully comfortable to wear. The x-cube seem taller and more of a full boot versus a x-square half boot.
Nov 6, 2013
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Christopher G: I do not find the X Cube stiff, and in fact bought another set of boots for times when I want more protection. That said, I haven't tried an X Square. Nov 6, 2013
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nazrie k asked: What are the boots made of, cow skin? Sep 18, 2013
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John B: Nazrie k
RevZilla passed your question on to me since I bought a pair in February. I can't say for sure if real leather and swede or synthetic materials. The best anser is manyh material and well built. the TCX printed area and shift area seem to be leather along with the front and rear edge of the heal ankle support where the center is a thick rubber like materal with an armour piece on the ankle bone protector. The toe and two inches up is swede when not as previously described. The top strap is a leather back with a ruberized top and velcro fastening taht is a little short for my thick thigh after tying in. They fit like a smooth comfortable glove and are sole are just starting to show wear aver 7 months of daily riding.
John
Sep 18, 2013
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Craig B: Aren, It doesn't matter. These are well made boots and comfortable as heck with the protection you need if you were to go down. They will last unless you are hard on your boots. I have been using mine every day for riding and cant see any wear any where. The flat sole is deceiving as there is very good arch support. the lace up system is the way to go for a good fit. I took the sales person recommendation and was pleasantly surprised. He was right! I ride a sport bike and so slide my foot constantly for shifting Oct 22, 2013
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Aren S: I'm no expert but on mine the leather parts appear to be cow skin that has a soft, almost suede texture. Sep 18, 2013
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David K asked: Hi Support!

I have a question about boot size.

I fit a size 10 (US ) for a SIDI Vortice Boot. What size would I go with for this boot?

Thanks!
Nov 22, 2013
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Paul G: A 10 should be fine. I have 1pair of Sidi and 2 pairs of TCX boots, all in size 9, and they fit true to my size. TCX boots also work very well for people with wide feet or those that want room in the toe box. Nov 24, 2013
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Mark H: I'm a pretty standard boot/shoe size 11 (US) in almost everything.
I purchased this boot in size 11 US and fits perfect
Nov 23, 2013
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A shopper asked: I've got wide feet! I've read that TCX's and AStars are good for wide feet but don't know which are wider. I've got a pair of AStars SMX-5 and they are okay for a short time. I would love something wider that is comfortable for longer periods. Oct 7, 2011
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AliB: The TCX X-Cube is slightly wider, but has a more tapered toe box. The Alpinestars Mille is slightly more narrow, but has a more square toe box. The TCX Jupiter was wider than both the Alpinestars Mille and the TCX X-Cube, but is a Gore-Tex version and slightly more expensive. Oct 7, 2011
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Switchback: I would say that the TCX C-Cube could accommodate up to a D width comfortably. Not sure how well E or EE widths would do. I think some of the other styles would accommodate wider feet better than the X-cube. Nov 30, 2011
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Mike R asked: Are these boots CE EN13634:2010, Level 2, 2, 2? Should be marked on the label somewhere within the boot. Jun 18, 2014
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Joseph A. M: I own a pair of these boots & I cannot find any of the markings that you mention inside or outside of the boots & I looked at both boots. Jul 7, 2014
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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

European
Unisex Size
Men’s US
Size
Women’s US
Size
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
42
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.

Click here to see the full TCX Boots Size Chart
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