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TCX X-Five Plus Gore-Tex Boots 

A fresh perspective on TCX's global best-selling boot. Major styling improvements for 2011 make this a solid pick for the touring purist. Italian styled and manufactured of full grain leather with a full Gore-Tex membrane. The X-Five Plus Gore-Tex offers excellent shin and malleolus protection with unmatched fit and finish for 2011.

  • Full grain leather upper
  • GoreTex lining
  • Inner thermo contoured shin plate
  • AntiImpact malleolus protection
  • Shift pad integrated in the sole
  • Rear padded calf area
  • Rear flex bellow
  • Touring sole, with specific grip area, oil and petroleum resistant
  • TCX X-5 GTX Boot
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TCX X-Five Plus Gore-Tex Boots 4.6 5 124 124
Excellent Boots I have had many types and styles of boot and I have to say these are the most comfortable boots I've had. Unfortunately I have even had to do some light hiking and they seem to get better as they break in. August 18, 2014
Can't ride two days in row I bought these to replace my, very similar, Oxtar boots. They are very much like them with some small changes. I loved those boots, but am not having the same experience with these. These have "improved" ankle protection. The heavier ankle protection hurts the inside ankles on both feet toward the front. I've ridden many hundreds of miles in these boots, soaked them and walked for hours, even took them to a shoe repair shop for some softening and stretching. At the end of a long ride (250 - 300 miles) I am in pain. Enough that I wince at ever shift. I don't dare try doing a multi-day ride. I may see if I can have the protection trimmed down or removed. These boots may be destined for the trash. July 3, 2014
Great product! These boots are everything I was looking for...they look great, the fit could not be better, and the level of protection is there if I ever should need it. Very happy I purchased these from Revzilla! June 26, 2014
Great boot I've only had a few short rides with these boots, but I like them a lot so far. I'm planning on using them for daily commuting and weekend trips. They have good protection while still being comfortable enough to walk around in. Also, they look fine under a pair of jeans. I really like the quick, easy operation of the single zipper with velcro flap. Can't wait to ride more with them! June 16, 2014
Great boots if you have wide feet Looked at a lot of reviews and came across these. The features are terrific for the price. The styling is a bit subdued. I've worn these boots for a month now and they have broken in nicely. I ordered a size 46 according to the size chart. I wear a size 12 New Balance tennis shoe and 4E width. I was hoping these boots would be somewhat close but didn't think they would truly be wide enough. After riding these for awhile they are very comfortable. Plenty wide for my feet. I think these feel wider than my new balance shoes. The sole is a bit on the stiff side but I only wear these for riding. I'd recommend these to anybody wanting a boot to fit there wide feet and that has decent protection. June 16, 2014
Great protection Boots take some getting used to. The feel large and really throw off your shifting feel for a while. When they break in after around 10 hrs they are great. Run true to size and are comfortable to walk and ride in. June 5, 2014
Great Boot-good protection love the boot- seems to run ture to size, needs a bit of break in time. wore them once and they already feel more supple. I think once they get broken in they will be super comfortable. Great sport and protection. good grip on soul and good traction on payment even work fairly well in the dirt. not quite height enough for heavy offloading. but great for street. May 26, 2014
Good Quality and Comfortable This is my first pair of true motorcycle boots, so I can't compare them to others. But so far I'm very happy with them. The quality seems very good, they're easy to take on and off, and there are nice touches like the velcro zipper pull to keep the pull in place. They're comfortable enough that I can wear them to work under a pair of jeans so that I don't have to change into normal shoes. I normally wear a 12 1/2 when it's available (13 when it's not) so I ordered the 47 and it's a perfect fit for me. May 17, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
D A: These boots are great for the road....and do well off road. I love them. Maybe not quite high enough if you are hitting 2 feet deep creeks....other than that, I am on my second pair in 7 years...and have another in a box in the closet! Sep 14, 2014
Stephen B: ratings and one of your staff said it would fit a wide foot. Not really (frowny face) O.K. on the bike but wanted them off when off the bike for the first year. VERY well made and still look great though the soles are showing wear Sep 5, 2014
charles b: Reviews Jul 25, 2014
P I: This is my 3 pair of TCX boots and like and trust the brand.. These are my new favorite boot except when real hot, I use the TCX Air Tech when super hot... Jul 13, 2014
Stephen S: Had a pair of alpinestars that did not hold up and leaked after a month. Switched to the x-5 and I am on my second pair now. Jun 29, 2014
Michael W: Previous experience with tcx boots. Jun 26, 2014
Luis R: I need a comfortable, sturdy, and protective riding boot. I hope these TCX X-Five live up to my expectations. I look forward to riding with these boots. Jun 19, 2014
Peter S: Looking for all purpose boot with good crash protection. These are very well reviewed and reasonable in price. Jun 18, 2014
Neal C: Understated boots with pretty good protection and waterproof for touring. Smokin hot in the summertime though. Jun 3, 2014
Christina M: based on reviews and video I saw on this web site May 11, 2014
DOUGLAS P: Water proof, comfortable, functional, reasonable price, ankle protection Apr 13, 2014
Donald R: Goretex for a good price Apr 10, 2014
Wiliam B: Recommendation from my friend and your customer who dealt with you directly and who purchased the boot and the Revzilla informational video Apr 7, 2014
Michael D: I have used these exact boots for the past decade or longer. They are comfortable summer/winter, waterproof, and great for all-day wear -- even walking! Mar 29, 2014
Lawrence D: Anthony's video, and many good reviews on Revilla site. Feb 8, 2014
Stephen J: Great boot for the money. Totally waterproof with Gore-tex liner, very comfortable and sturdy Jan 18, 2014
Phil Z: These were recommended to me by a RevZilla staff member. I wanted boots to use for touring on my Triumph Tiger 800xc that were:
1. Waterproof
2. Comfortable
The boys at ZLA were spot on!! I love them!!!
Jan 7, 2014
Jim O: same as before good boot Jan 6, 2014
Jill P: Because it was on his list Dec 17, 2013
Robert O: Keep my feet dry--I have rode over 40k miles since I purchased these and been in a lot of rain--dry feet and no sore feet when I walk a trail or sidewalk during my rides Dec 9, 2013
larry w: Great features for a great price. Fits well. Comfortable year round (temps 30-105 degrees). Very pleased! Dec 7, 2013
Brandon W: My feet are wide and high in-step for my size. I did a lot of research before picking these. I am pleased with them. Dec 7, 2013
Wayne B: Great boots. Great reputation. Nov 25, 2013
Glenn M: Waterproof, breathable comfort. Wide enough for an American foot. Nov 23, 2013
Dennis J: Reputation of TCX and reputation of Revzilla Nov 22, 2013
Pete M: I was looking for a year-round boot for a larger foot. It didn't seem like the trq was going to fit & maybe not as warm, so I went with the x-five. Had considered the web gore-tex, but read so many satisfied/ repeat purchaser reviews on the x-five that I decided to get on the bandwagon. Nov 11, 2013
Bryan H: Chose these based on style, protective, features, and the gore-tex liner. I previously had a size 44, i normally wear 10s in American sizes in boots. These fit me quite large. There was a lot of wiggle room and my heel felt too lose for the piece of mind in a crash situation. I ordered a 43 and am hoping theyll fit more snug. The first pairs ankle protection dug into my foot a little when standing on them and i could see that hurting after a while. I consider my foot average to slightly wide. Sep 16, 2013
W V: I wear a wide shoe and the prevailing opinion was that these would fit and were a quality product. They were correct on both accounts. This is a quality boot and will fit a wide foot. Aug 19, 2013
A shopper asked: I wear a 10 1/2 M shoe size, what size should i order of the TCX X-Five Plus Gore-Tex Boot Jun 30, 2012
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Donald R.: I usually wear a 10.5 - 11. I ordered 11s and the fit is just about right on the length. They are a bit loose on me, but I have narrow feet, so I'm used to that. It also allows for thick socks when it's cold out.
The really great thing is that Revzilla will exchange them for nothing, so if you get the wrong size, you can change it!
Hope this helps!
Jan 3, 2013
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MightyPeril: I wear a 9 1/2 typically and I ordered mine as 9 (EU 43?). Use the size chart and choose the next half size down for length. I would only go up if you have an extremely wide foot. I have pretty wide feet and mine were a lil tight til i got em wet and let them dry on my feet. 100% better now that they are broke in. Aug 29, 2012
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Rex T.: I'm same size as you, Mike. ORDER A 43.

Now RevZilla has a terrific return/exchange policy, so if the 43's are too snug, then move to a 44. But I'm pretty much a 10.5 with not a very wide foot, & the 43's fit me spot on.
Hope that helps.
Jun 30, 2012
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WayneB: I just got my TCX X-5 yesterday. I wear a normal size 10. Ordered the 44/10. They do have a little room to spare. So I'm thinking they'll be on the stiff side and a little snug at first, but after they break the fit should be spot on. Oct 3, 2012
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C14Zen: I'm a 10 1/2 though with a slightly wider foot than most shoes are cut for. I'm really happy with the 44 I ordered, though length-wise, I may also fit the 43, except for the width. Oct 23, 2012
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Gunny27: My previous answer contained a type. Size 44 fit my size 10 foot correctly. I would recommend going up to a 45 for a 10.5. Jul 19, 2012
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Gunny27: I wear a 10 and a 43 fits perfectly. For a 10.5, I would recommend going up to a 44. Jul 19, 2012
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Sipsy02: I wear a 10 1/2 in some shoes and boots. I have found that a size 11 fits well. Dec 3, 2012
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RevZilla: If you are a true 10 1/2 medium width, we would recommend going with a 44. Jul 9, 2012
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VinnieGuzzi: I wear an 8 1/2 US and I bought a 42 EU and the fit is perfect. Mar 18, 2013
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Bikewider: Probably the 11. I put a gel insert in and fits like a glove. Jul 2, 2012
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A shopper asked: While on long rides, say 1 to 2 weeks, I would like not to have to pack other shoes. Can a person ware these say for all day and not end up a cripple, haha. While my wife is with me, she likes to shop, which means stopping at places and looking around for hours. Jun 20, 2011
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CM400C: Yes, I think you could - look, it's not going to be like wearing SLIPPERS, but I have almost fallen asleep in these boots. I have also tramped around a little bit and sometimes put them on just to take short walks for fun.

I would guess, though, that after 6 hours of walking around in them, it will feel good to take them off. But I don't think you'll be suffering too much during those 6 hours, if at all.

My one warning is, they're expensive motorcycle boots, and I feel like walking around in them too much could wear down the sole... not sure what the replacement options are yet.

Wear the RIGHT SOCKS for whatever temps you'll be riding/walking in, and it will make a difference. Get moisture-wicking socks for warm or cold, definitely.

Overall, I think you could do a lot worse for boots for this purpose.
Oct 13, 2011
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RevZilla: The X-Five Plus Gore-Tex is designed with the TCX Comfort Fit System that allows the boot to be shaped on a "mould" that faithfully reproduces the anatomy of the foot, making the boot exceptionally comfortable and ideal for prolonged use in different situations. However, not every boot, regardless of the technology employed in the design, will be equally comfortable for every rider. We always suggest trying products on at home to ensure fit and comfort before taking them out on the road. Jul 3, 2012
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DrexelDragon1: Recently went on a short 260 miles ride for the day. I went to a Powwow where I spent the entire day walking around. The surface was mostly grass and that may have had some affect on how it felt, but overall I would say no matter what shoe/sneaker/boot you wear, shopping with the wife is painful enough. I did enjoy stretching my feet as soon as I got home 12 hours later. May 14, 2012
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Yak1: I have been wearing just these on rides and walking, I stopped packing extra shoes they are definitely comfortable enough for walking most of the day, you can almost forget they are riding boots at some points. Also they have a fairly quick break in period just a couple days and they are great. Nov 7, 2011
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mikejt: I've worn mine every day for a week while on short rides, and I've worn them all day just walking around to break them in. No problems so far ... I might try going on a short hike this weekend to see if they can be OK even when the going gets a bit rough. Jun 23, 2011
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Rex T.: Weeeell, it depends on what you're used to. The X5+ does have a stiff sole, but compared to cowboy boots which I wear frequently, the X5+ sole feels normal to me. I could do them as an everyday shoe though there are folks that couldn't. Jun 30, 2012
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taminloudon: Absolutely! I have been commuting to work in them for a few weeks now. I wear them all day at work 8-9hrs typically, very comfy. Look decent with a pair of jeans. Haven't tried with dress slacks yet. Aug 29, 2011
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StevefromPA: I just got these 1 week ago, and have been wearing them all day everyday. I have to walk a lot on my job and have not had any problems with my feet. Nov 29, 2011
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MightyPeril: I wear man like that and I'm perfectly comfortable. I actually worked in mine before and was completely fine. Aug 29, 2012
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RVDB: I would say yes after initial wear in. Jan 16, 2012
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AugCarr: I regularly wear these boots riding and find them very comfortable. I've also worn them all day at work, but I have a desk job. I haven't given them any long, urban hiking test runs. That said, they seem comfortable enough to pull it off for light duty use. But in terms of what I look for in walking / hiking shoes, these are definitely on the heavier end. They remind me of old-school hiking boots. You know... the heavy, thick-sole, ankle-supporting, rain-proof, bullet-proof, last-through-anything kind. The exact kind I stopped wearing in my early twenties because by the end of a long hiking day it was like wearing lead weights.

So... standing and walking in them for a few hours, I'd say they should be fine. But if "looking around" includes hiking up and down hills / stairs, walking 10 or more miles in a day, or otherwise really hoofing it, I'd find a light-weight pair of urban hikers and pack them along.
Jun 21, 2011
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A shopper asked: I currently wear a military type boot @ 9 inches high, I Prefer a higher cut to low cut boots. Jun 28, 2011
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TigerTracks: I would guess these to be about the same as your military boots. They're a mid-height boot, not as tall as a MX style, but they do have some good chin and ankle protection.
Check out the videos on REVZILLA, very helpful.
Jul 4, 2011
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Stealthfighter: They are not super-high, one me they are midway between my ankle and knee. From the floor my size 44's measure about 11" high in the rear and 12" in the front. Jul 1, 2011
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BillyM: I am 5'11" tall. When seated these boots are 9" below the top of the knee cap. They are even around the top not slanting to the front or back. Jun 28, 2011
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musician: The TCX-X-Five Plus is a nine inch boot, with a slight decrease to the back at about 8-8.25 at the back. I find this a good touring height. Oct 17, 2011
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StevefromPA: These come up to the mid point between my ankle and my knee, or the center of my shin bone. The front is higher than the back. Nov 29, 2011
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DrexelDragon1: These are mid-calf high and are comfortable. Make sure you wear socks that would extend above the calf to prevent chafing. May 14, 2012
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Gunny27: These boots rise 9.75 inches from the insole in the back and 11 inches from the insole in the front. Jul 19, 2012
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Grits4Jim: I have a size 11 and mine are 11-1/2 inches in the back and 12-1/2 inches in the front. Aug 8, 2011
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MightyPeril: I'm 5'8" and they come up to mid shin in the back and a lil bit higher in the front. Aug 29, 2012
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WayneB: Floor to top of rear 11-1/2" Floor to top of front 12-1/2" Oct 3, 2012
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Slings: 11 inchs from the floor in back & 12 from shin edge Jul 18, 2011
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A shopper asked: Does the TCX X-5 have a removable insole? Jul 2, 2012
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MightyPeril: Yes, i removed mine before I even broke them in and put in a Dr. Scholls gel work boot insole. These are extremely comfortable boots with those insoles. Aug 29, 2012
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prochiro66: Yes it does. I wear orthotics so this feature was important to me. It removes easily and can be put back in easily as well. Hope this helps. Oct 8, 2012
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Sipsy02: Yes. I take them out in the winter and replace them with my Gerbings heated insoles. Dec 3, 2012
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Sipsy02: Yes, I take them out in the winter and replace with Gerbings heated insoles. Dec 3, 2012
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WayneB: I just got the TCX X-5 yesterday. I just checked and they are removable. Oct 3, 2012
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GoldwingRyder: Yes, I removed the insole and replaced it with my custom orthotics. Sep 23, 2012
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kingofZroad: Yes!! I use my orthodics in mine for that "custom" fit!!! Feb 22, 2013
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Gunny27: Yes, the TCX X-5 does have a removable insole. Jul 19, 2012
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Donald R.: Yes it does! I replaced mine right away! Jan 3, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, it has a removable insole. Jul 9, 2012
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A shopper asked: I am looking for a winter boot that I can keep my toes from freezing up and going numb. How cold can this boot be comfortably used? I am in Surprise, AZ and get temps down to the 20s at times in the winter. I also occasionally go to Prescott and Flagstaff where temps are much lower. Oct 10, 2011
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TigerTracks: I've owned these for a while now, and I must say they are great boots. I live in the Pacific Northwest, where it doesn't get really cold (maybe down in the 30s, but pretty rare), but it is WET! These boots have kept nice and dry through it all, and on the cold days I've used some good Merino Wool socks for warmth. For me, everything has been fine.
These boots are not overly insulated though. If your are going to spend a lot of time in the COLD, I would recommend planning on extra layers or heated socks. Also, some good silicone boot sealant over the toe area might help.
Oct 10, 2011
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DrexelDragon1: Besides this being a good boot, and I live in the Philadelphia area, where it has gone down to below 20 degrees, the warmth also comes from wearing the correct sock. Two things to keep in mind, one is how well the sock draws moisture away from the foot. These boots do that as well. Also, how much distance you will be traveling. Smart Wool is a great choice and you can also go with a wicking sock underliner. These boots will be great for the winter and you should not have any problems with keeping your feet warm. May 14, 2012
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prochiro66: I ordered a slightly larger size so I could wear a heavy sock for cold weather riding. Morning low of 39 degrees and my feet never felt the least bit chilled at all. I know that is not down to the 20 degrees that you are expecting to ride in on occasion, but I believe that with the right socks it is very reasonable to expect that this boot would do the job. Hope this is helpful. Oct 8, 2012
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StevefromPA: For short trips <1/2 hour these will keep your feet warm at 20 degrees, but for longer rides you might want to slip in a heated insole or socks. I have also found that if I wear my heated jacket liner my hands and feet stay warmer. Keep your core warm and your body can send more blood out to your extremities. Nov 29, 2011
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musician: I have no experience with the TCX X-Five Plus at 20 degrees, but I have no problem in temps in the mid-30's at freeway speeds. I ride a GS, so there is very little protection at the pegs, and my feet are never cold with the X-Five Plus! Oct 17, 2011
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Scott125: This boot should be ok, if you order them large enough to wear a warm sock, such as a winter Smartwool brand sock. May 21, 2013
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Charlie7: Might get cool. Wearing warm socks might help. Aug 20, 2012
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A shopper asked: Using the European sizes, I own two pairs of shoes that are size 47, and one pair of sneakers that are size 49. All fit me just fine. Would a size 48 (which appears to be the largest size there is) be a good one to try first, or should I try the 47? Jan 7, 2013
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PBenz: Just want to follow-up - RevZilla recommended I go with a 47. So as soon as they arrived, I tried them on and walked around the house. It's very close, but I'm going to keep them. I think a 48 might have been a bit too large.

These are very nice boots!
Jan 15, 2013
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BigMax: I would go with the 48. These are true to size generally but mine are a hair too big. You can always add an insole to a larger boot also Jan 15, 2013
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Redd1800: no not at all they have a good american fit I live in new york so its hot hear as well,I am enjoying the comfort of my new boots. May 26, 2013
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mchelmet: No I don't think so. I wear a 10D and found the boots true to size. Mar 4, 2013
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VinnieGuzzi: I wear an 8 1/2 US and I purchased a 42 EU and the fit is perfect. Mar 18, 2013
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Scott125: I would try the larger size. May 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: What kind of leather lotion or cleaner can you use with these boots? Is it finished or unfinished leather? May 4, 2014
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Ronald D: It is finished leather. If needed I clean with mild soap and water. When dry I use black shoe polish. They now look like new. May 5, 2014
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John H: Finished leather, but not sure what lotion. Love the boots, great in every way. May 4, 2014
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Daivd H: Finished. Use saddle soap and mink oil. Jun 30, 2014
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james h asked: Which is going to be more protective for regular street riding, no dual sport or offloading, this boot or something like the track evo wp or A*'s Scout?Protection is what I am really concerned with.

Thanks,
David
Mar 31, 2014
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lee d: Great boot this is my 2cnd pair. good product definently water proof riding boots. Apr 13, 2014
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Stephen H: More than enough for street and touring, great boot Apr 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: I ride a Yamaha FZ6 and there have been several boots I have tried on that have too thick of a toe to comfortably get under the shifter. Are these boot desgined to work with the limited space that is available on a sportbike? Apr 14, 2013
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RevZilla: This boot will work on a sportbike. To confirm, we tried this boot on a CBR600 and GSXR600 and the boot fit in between the shift and foot peg easily. Apr 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: 2000 BMW R1100RT Mar 4, 2012
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RevZilla: The TCX X-Five Plus Gore-Tex Boots are a Summer touring boot and, depending on your temperature tolerance, would be suitable for South Carolina heat. The TCX Air Tech Gore-Tex Boot may be a better alternative since they have more ventilation. Apr 24, 2012
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Shelton: I live in Atlanta and and it gets pretty hot here also .. I just recently purchased this boot and I think it is going to be fine for summer use .. I HATE being hot but I do not think this boot will be any hotter than a solid leather shoe Mar 12, 2012
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MightyPeril: I wore mine in 107 degree El Paso TX and my felt were very comfortable. The only time I felt like they were hot is when I'm walking around in direct sunlight they feel a lil hot on the toes. Perfectly comfortable while riding though. Aug 29, 2012
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boots57: I don't think so, if you wear a good touring sock that's breathable and your pants are also, they are fine. They are black, but they are also goretex, which allows your foot sweat to get out. Apr 24, 2012
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lawndart653: I live in NC and I really have only ridden them on a 70 degree day so far but the ventilation is great on the sides and cools my feet off well, most of the ride I left them closed Mar 12, 2012
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WayneB: Above 75 degrees, there warm. With next to no air flow, these will be HOT boots in the summer. I'd look for WP air boots. Oct 3, 2012
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Sipsy02: Not a problem. I've worn this boot across New Mexico and Arizona, all over Texas and the midwest. They breathe well. Dec 3, 2012
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Gunny27: I wear these in 95 degree central Florida weather without any problem. They wick very well. Jul 19, 2012
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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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