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Featuring the TCX Comfort Fit System developed as a result of years of TCX know-how, has always been one of the strong points of touring products. This special and entirely manual technique allows the boot to be shaped on a mold that faithfully reproduces the anatomy of the foot, making the product exceptionally comfortable and ideal for prolonged use in different situations.

Features:

  • Suede leather with wear-resistant textile mesh and carbon-look microfiber
  • Waterproof lining
  • Malleolus (ankle bone) protection
  • Polyurethane ankle support
  • Lacing system closure with VELCRO® brand fastener lace keeper
  • Anatomic and replaceable foot bed
  • Double compound, wear-resistant sole
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Comfort
4.5 / 5
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Best mid-height boot or shoe out there (better than Alpinestar SMX3)
I bought the Alpinestar SMX-3 and the TCX X-Move, in order to compare them. I am returning the SMX-3, preferring the X-move for a multitude of reasons. This review is basically a comparison of the two.

I purchased both, looking for maximum protection as a mid-height boot that would fit under my skinny jeans (cuff 15.5 cm), under which I cannot currently wear any of my full height boots. This will fit under the cuff of my skinny jeans and just below the built-in shin protectors of my leathers.

As Anthony describes the SMX-3, the TCX X-Move really is a boot and not a shoe, extending well above the malleoli and completely covering the Achilles' tendons. Functionally, I would define this as a boot rather than a shoe because it provides comprehensive protection of the entire ankle. In this respect, oddly the X-Move is actually more of a boot than is the SMX-3, since the latter provides no rigid support or hard protection over the inside part of the anke (see below). Be aware, of course, that neither the SMX3 nor the X-Move provides protection of the leg (shin) itself.

This is an excellent boot, probably the best calf-height boot out there. For those looking for a "shoe," this is also probably the best motorcycle "shoe" type product out there, as another reviewer mentioned, though this does extend a fair bit higher than a true motorcycle shoe.

Compared to other calf-height boots out there, including the A* SMX3, the TCX is superior in terms of protection. It rises just slightly (about 1 cm) higher than the SMX3. In addition, the A* has a weight cut-out for the Achilles tendon in order to make it easier to plantar flex the foot. As a result, there is less protection over the back of the ankle just over the Achilles tendon than the TCX. The TCX X Move is 20% more rigid in the toe box and mid foot, and a full 30% stiffer in the ankle. Most importantly, the TCX provides hard (rigid) protection over both the lateral AND medial malleoli (outside and inside angle bones). Unfortunately the SMX3 has only soft support over the medial malleolus (the inside angle bone that would be crushed by a bike in the event of a low side).

One downside to the TCX X-Move is that it lacks the thick beefy slippery plastic race-style slider of the SMX3, which is a descendant of its race boot predecessor. The TCX has a thinner hard-rubber and plastic slider, which I am sure would hole up on the commute, but probably not the track, which it is not intended for.

The only other downside to the TCX X-Move-WP (for "water-proof") is that it does not have great airflow. But they are waterproof. I do wish these came in a perforated version or had some vents. That said, these are a solid three-season boot anywhere. They are probably four-season in Northern California where it never really gets too hot except for a couple of days out of the year.

The SMX3 has a decided racing style aesthetic. Though very comfortable, I would feel weird (fashion-wise) wearing those around the workplace. The TCX has more the appearance of a really cool looking street boot that would look quite good with a pair of jeans.

In terms of fit, the lacing system of the TCX is more adjustable. The only real adjustment in the SMX3 is the ratcheted strap. The TCX X-move, employing the decidedly less sexy lace system, is infinitely adjustable along the full height of the boot. In contrast the A* SMX3 only adjusts tightness at the level of the upper foot just past the ankle. (Although the A* has its usual velcro strip over the inside part of the boot, this is really just to access and cover the zipper mechanism; it really provides no or little means of adjustment of fit.) As a result, the X-move really does fit like a glove right out of the box.

I wear Size 42 and 8 1/2, but have wide feet. In Sidi I need a Size 43. In Alpinestar I wear a 42. The X-Move in Size 42 fits me perfectly. It started off feeling slightly on the narrow side, but after wearing them around the house for an hour, I was convinced the fit was perfect. If they start off feeling narrow at the beginning, they do get roomier in the toes after wearing them a bit. If they fit well straight off the bat, you need not worry about them becoming loose with wear.

(As an aside, Alpinestar hasn't quite perfected its new ratchet system. The teeth slip and will not consistently engage the ratchet for the last 25% to 30% of the length of the adjustable tongue. The ratchets do tend to slip. Also, the ratchet system strap lies a bit too low down on the foot, such that it irritates that prominent bone on the top of the foot towards the inside of the foot (the medial cuneiform, I think).

In summary, the TCX X-Move and the new Alpinestar SMX-3 both are really excellent boots/shoes. But I give the clear upper hand to the TCX X-Move. X Move is also $30 less than the A* SMX3!

Check out my photos: TCX X-Move on the left, Alpinestar SMX-3 on the right!
January 7, 2016
Ride:
1999 BMW F650 Funduro
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Great medium-duty boots
I started riding with a pair of hand-me-down Gaerne race boots. Those offered outstanding protection, but were really uncomfortable for daily riding. I finally chose a pair of TCX X-Move boots to replace the Gaernes. I couldn't be happier.

These boots strike a really nice balance between protection and comfort. They offer much more ankle support and armor than a pair of low-top 'riding shoes' or non-motorcycle boots, but they are flexible enough to wear on an all-day ride. The footbed is strong and stiff, and they have good toe, heel and ankle protection.

Very well made, solid construction, good, non-power ranger aesthetic.

I haven't tested the waterproof aspect, but I'm reasonably confident that they perform as advertised.
September 19, 2013
Ride:
2005 Ducati Monster S4R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Probably the best 'shoe' out there.
If you're looking at these, you've probably started thinking about getting away from the standard full-height motorcycle boot. Maybe you're commuting and don't want to walk into work in the sport-biker look; maybe you want more protection than the less-expensive brands' boots but don't need the full-scale protection of a race boot.

For anyone in this $100-$200 range, I strongly recommend these over other choices. Why?

- Larger, more comfortable toe-box than one other manufacturer's shoes.
- More protection in the heel, Achilles tendon, and ankle than similarly-priced choices.
- Taller than most 'shoe' style offerings including TCX's, so in an off, it'll not only have ankle protection but a fair bit of ankle immobilization.

The waterproofness is also reliable. Comfortable, easy to don and doff #yes, someone still knows that word#.

My only cons are:
- Obviously, it's not a full-height boot, so the shin is uncovered. However, compared to full-sized boots in this price range, the ankle and heel are much better protected.
- The color choices are, well, one. Black and red. Yes, the least visible colors in the color spectrum. For some reason the hi-vis yellow is out of fashion across all makers lately. Oh well, the important places to have brightness are higher up anyway, where cagers' eyes dwell.

As a side note, it's not as flexible as some riding shoes; so as a person who normally is a mid- or fore-foot striker, it's not intuitive; but we're buying this and not a pair of sneakers because we're dressing for the crash and aren't squidding it up, right? It's comfortable enough for a good walk, but I wouldn't try a 5k in it.
May 10, 2014
Ride:
2012 Kawasaki Ninja 250R
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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Really love this boot!
Great boot. Love the malleolus protection. Feels sturdy. I do not feel like my foot 'can't breathe'. I have been on many long hiking trips and have had 100x worse foot conditions. Keep in mind I do not have sweaty feet lol. If your feet sweat a lot, you may have an issue because this boot really keeps everything in.
The fit was SLIGHTLY narrow, but I like it. My foot feels secure. I have a size 10.5 US and they didn't have it to sell. I decided to size up, rather then down and went with size 11 (I think a 45??) Anyway, I would size down if I could do it all over again. I have a solid inch space between my big toe and end of boot. Still works for me though! And I love the style.
April 21, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
nice boots
The shoe looks good and feels good. They are light so unlike my other boots I forget I have them on my feet. I wear a 9.5 so I purchased a 9 or 43 in euro sizes and the fits great.
May 18, 2014
Ride:
2009 Suzuki GSX-R750
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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4 / 5
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Some High Quality Boots
The TCX X-Move boots have exceptional build quality and are extremely comfortable on the bike. The feel of the pedals afforded by these boots is great and the fact that they are low profile means they easily find small sport-bike pedals and levers. The style is definitely technical, but not so technical that you can't wear them around a bit off the bike- I wear them at work and it's not like everyone stares. These are definitely flexible enough to be comfortable wearing around for shorter periods, but you won't mistake them for street shoes. Be sure to wear socks that are taller than the boot as the upper cuff of the boot can be a little uncomfortable if you don't. I haven't tested the waterproof claim of these boots yet, but given the exceptional fit and finish of the product, I have no doubt that they'll prove water tight.
September 29, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2015 Yamaha FZ-07
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
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5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Everything you need
Excellent boot. Some of the most comfortable shoes I own. These are everything I wanted for a daily commuter boot. They cover the ankle with good ankle protection, they have a stiff sole, heel and toe protection as well. They look good with just a pair of jeans, so they aren't very noticeable.

One small annoying thing is the shoe laces are much too long, but that can be fixed. They are otherwise easy to get on and off. I like the Velcro strap that keeps the laces tucked away. I haven't tested them in the rain even though they are waterproof. And, they don't get too hot, despite very little ventilation (this surprised me, but it could be due to many factors).

But, do be aware they are very stiff at first. Now, after a few months of riding, they feel completely natural and I would only get new boots if a) these wore out, but no sign of that yet--and I would likely get another pair! or b) I want more armor for track days or serious riding.

Great boot, highly recommended.
August 5, 2013
Ride:
2014 Triumph Tiger 800 XC
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Well designed quality boot for on/off bike that looks good!
After comparing & reviewing short riding boots for the street I was pleased with my purchase of the TCX X-Move.

I typically purchase in-soles as I did with this boot, which I highly recommend for a noticeable increase in comfort. I have had good results with the Force field Roots brand.

The boot is comfortable when walking around at your destination and gives excellent feedback from levers.

It is very well constructed and looks awesome. It is not breathable but I purchased it for fall and spring weather riding so I am fine with that. I consider this boot my cool weather boot.

I am pleased with the bang for the buck and it is a welcome addition to my boot gear.

I range between a 9.5 and 10 with a narrow foot and the 43 fit perfectly with slight break in.

Lastly, love the carbon fiber on the back of the boot, which matches perfectly with my after market carbon fiber pipes and accessories on my bike.

Very pleased!
July 31, 2015
Ride:
2014 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Protective, yet stylish
These were my first pair of motorcycle boots and I love them. Like others have said, they're a little stiff when you first get them. After 3-4 rides, they are getting very comfortable. They're still stiff in the ankle area, but that's the point, right? They look good with jeans on but still look purpose-built. Only con is that the laces are fairly long and are somewhat difficult to keep tucked in the Velcro strap. Haven't had any issues with them getting stuck on pegs though. I highly recommend these boots.
July 15, 2013
Ride:
1992 Yamaha XJ600S Seca II
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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Great protective features, comfortable and nice style
I've done a lot of research on Revzilla and other websites looking for my first pair of protective riding boots. Protection, waterproof, fit and price were all extremely important in my decision. I liked the protective features and the fact that they are waterproof should I get caught riding in the rain. I have a narrow foot so fit can be difficult. I wear a size 11 1/2 Nike running shoes which fit snug so I ordered the size 12 riding boot. Because I have such a narrow foot I put athletic shoe inserts in the boots which gave me a great fit The break in period for me was about 6-8 hours. I rode two consecutive 6 hour trips. My feet and knees both felt much better with little to no fatigue that I would typically feel riding in my work boots. Both days started in 95 degree weather and finished in the upper 70's. I wear drymax socks while riding. Although I did not feel air moving through the boot, I did not find them to be uncomfortably warm during my ride. My typical riding consists of daily commutes one hour each way and two or three weekends of longer rides of 6-8 hours per day. For the protection, waterproof capability, comfort and price, I would recommend these boots to anyone looking for the same features.
August 6, 2013
Ride:
2008 Triumph Sprint ST
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Why did you choose this?
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Jeffrey S on Nov 7, 2016
I wanted a nice looking boot with a euro style and waterproof and good protection and this was the winner
Edwin G on Oct 12, 2016
On sale :)
Jeffrey S on Nov 7, 2016
Superbly made and very comfortable on long rides, these TCX boots are perfect for when you need the protection that only a taller boot can provide. Being very sleek and having great "eye appeal" as well, they're the perfect compliment to my Sidi Doha's.
Kent J on Nov 1, 2016
I wanted a nice looking boot with a euro style and waterproof and good protection and this was the winner
Edwin G on Oct 12, 2016
Good protection and style.
Christopher Z on Oct 5, 2016
I really like the way TCX shoes fit. My foot is a little on the wide side and these fit me well. I think for the money these shoes are great.
Salvador A on Aug 10, 2016
very highly rated boots
laedco58 on Jul 7, 2016
2nd pair great boot
John S on Jun 20, 2016
Great and water proof. I went to WY and drives in over 100F weather no problem. Very comfy for all day wearing and not only for a riding but for walking as well! They are bit narrow but over all, those are great boots!
Mark K on May 29, 2016
Stylish, comfortable, quality construction with substantial ankle protection. A little expensive but is worth it for the protection and water proofing. Breaks in nicely.
Hunpin T on May 25, 2016
I have narrow feet, and my feet swim in regular riding boots. I needed lace up type for this reason. I liked their look and they offer a great deal of protection.
CheFigata on May 24, 2016
I've put nearly 3 years of daily enforcement riding on the TCX X-Fives.. TCX make one heck of a boot that withstand a lot of abuse. Based on the reviews of these X-Move WP's and my past experience, these boots look to be perfect for riding on the new Versys.
Simeon M on Apr 15, 2016
Love these boots. Super comfortable and feels secure around my ankle. Good quality materials. Fit is a little larger. I went with my normal size and i still have about a half inch past my toe. Gets pretty warm though and doesn't breathe.
TheChaCha on Apr 6, 2016
I ordered longer water proof pants, so these shorter boots are perfect. they cover just high enough to create a good seal around my ankles, but they are not to big or bulky for every day commuting. they keep all the water out. and they breath well for not being goretex.
archie g on Mar 22, 2016
To replace a pair of TCX X Cube boots that are finally showing their age
John K on Mar 3, 2016
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willam p on Feb 26, 2016
Ce rated, waterproof, good looks, good price.
Richard L on Feb 22, 2016
awesome for canyon carving. great protection & waterproof too!
Steven K on Feb 22, 2016
To protect my dancing feet yeah
Clint F on Feb 13, 2016
Good price and design
GUILLERMO ALEXANDER on Feb 9, 2016
Great YouTube review by revzilla. Good look for my bike
Levi F on Jan 4, 2016
Fit my personal style in looks and function without too much "branding" visual.
Kurt W on Nov 23, 2015
Was looking for a boot with quality protection that I could wear at work. X-Move had excellent reviews for both protection and comfort.
Arick L on Jul 19, 2015
Solid reviews
Jon W on Jun 28, 2015
Nice fit, exact size, not too narrow like the women's sizes. Also not too stiff but still feel protected.

I wear a size 8.5regular in women's, so this size 8 men's is just right.
Denise S on Apr 30, 2015
Its wonder full boot and very comfortable especially form the safety side. i do recommend to buy.
Mohamad E on Apr 20, 2015
I needed a boot/shoe that gave me more freedom to walk a bit longer and be more comfortable than my racing boot. I wished they were not WP but from the reviews I am feeling happy with my order. Plus i needed something that was a bit higher than a normal shoe unlike the Alpinestars Faster, the protection seemed better on these. Also the look and my size 13us is not what other brands like Dainese or Sidi carry. Those Europeans and their small feet. P.S im Eurpean and have big feet. lol
Dejan B on Dec 1, 2014
Great and relax fit purchased for a little extra foot and ankle protection.
Gerard D on Nov 26, 2014
Looking for a lightweight, form fitting boot. Didn't go high enough for my preference, ended up returning.
James W on Sep 14, 2014
Style and protection at a good price.
Patrick S on Sep 5, 2014
fantastic boots, breath well, super comfortable, well made, all around great boots.
shayne b on Aug 18, 2014
Blend of protection, comfort and style.
Cedric B on Aug 7, 2014
Protection features and style!
Anie B on Jul 27, 2014
I bought a pair for my son and he loves them!
Mary D on Jul 26, 2014
Great reviews and confidence inspiring safety features.
T H on Jun 24, 2014
I was looking for boots that were a little less beefy. I thought I'd give these a try. I will be sure to add a review after they break in.
Scott E on Jun 21, 2014
I like the style of the shoe
Carl H on Jun 9, 2014
good online review
Dale B on Jun 7, 2014
The reviews
ty T on May 30, 2014
I commute to work on my bike, I really like the boots. I can wear dress socks for work or sweat socks just for a ride and still fit great. The protection level is very high and with a pair of jeans the boots look good.
William H on May 22, 2014
Absolutely awesome shoes. Waterproof, comfortable, durable and reasonably priced. I would buy them a thousand times.
Robert W on May 19, 2014
Comfort ratings and Zilla reviews.
John R on May 8, 2014
I had purchased a pair of these boots from Revzilla a couple of months ago for myself, and decided to purchase this pair for my son. I like these boots as they offer good protection (admittedly not as good as the heavy motorcycle boots), and they are comfortable to wear and can be worn for normal streetware without having to change boots during a stopover on a day ride somewhere.
Neil H on Apr 24, 2014
Great style, great protection and great price!
CHARLES P on Apr 3, 2014
Owned them for over a year now and they're like new! Comfortable and secure.

UPDATE: 6-Aug-15; After 2 1/2 years, these boots are holding up well. I've got about 20,000 miles of wear on them and they've been dragged thru some corners but, still looking good.
firstoff on Mar 20, 2014
I like the look of the boots and Revzilla's review sold me on the boots
Achilles M on Mar 7, 2014
Looks & protection & H20 proof
Azeez A on Feb 28, 2014
I already have some A* SMX full boots, but I need something I can walk around in after I get off the bike and be comfortable, yet still has a lot of protection. Many of these 1/2 height boots and smaller have almost no protection (especially for the ankles), or are uncomfortable to walk around in. This seems to have the best compromise of both protection and walk-around comfort at just about any price, and it's not that expensive and it's stylish as well. A win-win.
Alexander F on Jan 31, 2014
Great styling, ankle protection, toe protection. Altogether a great purchase, after breaking in, these are exceptionally comfortable and easy to shift with. Water proof is a bonus!
Shanley J on Jan 30, 2014
Revzilla review (Anthony) & quality brand.
W A on Jan 5, 2014
I wanted added foot protection. I was wearing a pair of converse basketball shoes and even though they were comfortable, I never felt like my feet were protected. These shoes seemed like a good idea and I wanted something casual that didn't seem to bulky.
Douglas B on Dec 24, 2013
Superbly made and very comfortable on long rides, these TCX boots are perfect for when you need the protection that only a taller boot can provide. Being very sleek and having great "eye appeal" as well, they're the perfect compliment to my Sidi Doha's.
Kent J on Nov 1, 2016
Good protection and style.
Christopher Z on Oct 5, 2016
Are these boots suitable for cold weather? Maybe 25 to 50 degrees.
Ryan E on Sep 28, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I've had them in temperatures from 45 up to 105 and they were comfortable in that whole range. Feet got sweaty from 85 up, but never uncomfortably so.

Side note: the velcro strap at the top needs a redesign. Must be for looks, because it doesn't function well as a closure (not enough velcro) and doesn't retain the laces very well. I would like a strap that crosses over the top of the laces, slips through something and doubles back, i.e. the strap begins and is afixed to velcro on the same side of the shoe.
My size is 9 and 1/2. Which size I should take ?
A shopper on Sep 28, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I got the X-Move boots in 41 euro. I wear size 8-8.5 normally. The 41 is spot on for me. I'd say go for the 43. The 44 is a 10, and might be bigger than you want. Just keep your box and wear them only around the house 'til you're sure they fit to your liking. That way, if you decide they're a size short, just box 'me up and call 'Zilla to arrange a swap for the 44's. Revzilla makes this painless except that you have to wait a few more days for an awesome pair if boots. I will say that these boots are pretty stiff. Not great walking shoes, although they do loosen up a little with wear. I didn't buy them for walking though, and I absolutely love these boots for the street. Good choice!
Do the boots run true to size?
A shopper on Nov 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They seem to run a half size to a size small. I typically wear size 10 shoes. I bought size 9 boots (EU 43) and they fit really well. All in all they are nice boots for the price. The laces are twice as long as they need to be, but except for that, no complaints.
I typically wear 13 in most sneakers (Puma, Nike, etc.). Other Euro cuts have 13 at size 47. TCX sizes a US 13 at size 48. It seems there are mixed reviews on it fitting perfect/true-to-size or it fitting large. I have a narrow foot (it's just long, lol), and I plan to put in the Forcefield Roots Inner Soles in these (one review mention the thin inner soles).

Would the 48 fit me just fine? Or should I downsize to the 47 (12.5 US size according to TCX)?
I plan to wear these all year round, so thinker socks may be used during the winter.
Nate J on Jul 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I am probably in between a 12.5 and a 13 street shoe size. All of my street shoes are 13, and I have a little toe room. 12.5 street shoes seem to fit perfectly in the store, but then walking around I can feel the ends of my toes touching the shoe and it becomes uncomfortable. I said all of that to say that I wear the 47 in these TCX boots. I am using the factory (thin) insole. I can walk around in these for a couple of hours and not be uncomfortable. If you don't have much wiggle room in your street shoe 13, or you are going to put a thicker insole in, I'd get the 48.
Are these CE rated?
Daniel C on Nov 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, according to the insert, TXC boots carry CE certification (EN 13634: 2010)
Does the shift pad wear after time?. Like the alpinestars fastback shiftpad was suede which wore down.
A shopper on Jan 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have put 90.000 km on these boots and they still look like new, and I have never had wet feet I have ridden a 17 Hr day in extreme rain and still dry feet at end of day, my rain gear dose go over the boot top. you buy these you will love them. they take a while to break in as walkers but ounce broken good to go.I will never buy another boot !,
how tall are the boots? will I be able to tuck in a pair of leathers?
A shopper on Nov 2, 2014
BEST ANSWER: IMHO although you could probably tuck in a pair of leathers, it would not fit very well at the top of these boots. These are only 2 to 3 inches higher than your ankle bone. There are other boots that would be better to tuck in leathers than these.
I used to ride with the TCX Jupiter which eventually wore out and liked very much. I just ordered a pair of the Ducati Boots (based on the TCX X-Cube design) and found them quite uncomfortable. Very loose around the foot, not stable and form fitting like the Jupiter. Has anyone compared the fit of the X-Move to either of these boots? Visually they seem similar to the X-Cube. Please let me know if they fit more like the Jupiter or X-Cube? Trying to avoid ordering another pair that I may just ship back. Thanks.
A shopper on Sep 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The laces really give you a lot of adjustability. I can get these uncomfortably tight around the ankle and lower leg, and I have narrow ankles and lower legs. As a comparison, my lower legs and ankles swim in most of the "zip up the side" touring style boots.
I have the X-Cube EVO air a real good shoe though very wide and big to fit my flat narrow foot I had to put on and extra shoe pad for it to fit me (I'm 46 EU).
So 2 questions:
1. Is this boot wider as the X-CUBE?
2. Is taller than the X-CUBE? (which is good in case of rain)

Thanks
Eran H on Nov 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello, yes maybe, I wear always 44 EU and in this case I hat to put and extra shoe pad as well.
Very nice boots comfort and quality and good for rain.
As far as protection goes which has more the x-move or x-cube? I'm undecided between the two? The x-move looks a it more solid.
A S on Jul 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: X-move has more ankle protection than the cube, runs much higher up your shin.