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TCX X-Move Waterproof Boots

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.


  • Suede leather and AIR TECH upper
  • Fabric lining
  • Waterproof membrane
  • Malleolus (ankle bone) protection
  • Polyurethane ankle support
  • Lacing system closure with Velcro® lace keeper
  • Anatomic and replaceable foot bed
  • All uses, wear-resistant sole
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TCX X-Move WP Boots 4.7 5 70 70
Good boot looks great A little stiff at first but break in well and fairly quickly. Love the boot February 9, 2015
Great All-Around Boot I was looking for a new pair of boots that were sort of a jack-of-all-trades, and the TCX X-Move boots fit the bill. I wanted something that protect me for touring/sport touring duty, but didn't make me look like a power ranger when I commute to work. So far they have performed admirably for daily commuting, however I have not been able to test them The fit and finish is excellent, and the price is more than fair when you compare them to other Euro brands with similar features. I have not tested (and hopefully never will) test their protective ability, but just from the feel, they seem like they would hold their own in the event of a fall. There is ample ankle protection, and the boot is very rigid. Obviously this rigidity takes away from the comfort factor, but I don't buy motorcycle boots to hike, I buy them to save my skin. Being waterproof, airflow is limited, so I'm expecting they might be a little hot when the summer months come around, but for the cold weather we are experiencing in VA, they are keeping my feet nice and warm. Lastly, sizing seems to be spot-on - I'm typically a US 12.5, and the 47's fit like a glove. January 15, 2015
sleek and sexy Fit well, although a little narrow. Laces a little long and a pain to tuck away. no problem walking around in them, quite comfy. November 24, 2014
Nice Boots! These are very nice boots but they run large. Order a size down from the chart. October 28, 2014
Great all around boot These boots are very comfortable. I like the height of the boot for protection of the ankles. Shoe laces are very reliable and flexible method of closure, and the velcro strap does a good job of retaining the extra laces once tied. They are comfortable to walk in. Not as comforable as regular shoes, but as far as protective gear goes, about as good as it gets. I've worn them for 2 seasons of commuting and they have held up pretty well. I would say they probably have at least 3 more seasons left on the soles. I haven't seriously tested the waterproof ability. October 16, 2014
Good Boot These boots are true to size, they will be a little tight at first it takes some breaking in but very comfortable to walk in and wear all day, just don't tighten the ties to tight. I do not ride my bike without them. October 13, 2014
good boots these boots ran right on size for me, like the other reviews they feel narrow around the arch area but after you ware them a while you they feel fine. they look good, and you can ware these with any paints, they are ok for walking, but not hiking if you know what i mean. I think some people will be ok walking in these some wont. over all I like these boots. October 3, 2014
Nice compromise between comfort and protection These boots seem to provide good amount for protection. I would not recommend wearing them all day, being water proof they don't breathe well. September 29, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Dejan B: 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 Dec 1, 2014
Gerard D: Great and relax fit purchased for a little extra foot and ankle protection. Nov 26, 2014
James W: Looking for a lightweight, form fitting boot. Didn't go high enough for my preference, ended up returning. Sep 14, 2014
Patrick S: Style and protection at a good price. Sep 5, 2014
shayne b: fantastic boots, breath well, super comfortable, well made, all around great boots. Aug 18, 2014
Cedric B: Blend of protection, comfort and style. Aug 7, 2014
Anie B: Protection features and style! Jul 27, 2014
Mary D: I bought a pair for my son and he loves them! Jul 26, 2014
T H: Great reviews and confidence inspiring safety features. Jun 24, 2014
Scott E: 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. Jun 21, 2014
Carl H: I like the style of the shoe Jun 9, 2014
Dale B: good online review Jun 7, 2014
ty T: The reviews May 30, 2014
William H: 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. May 22, 2014
Robert W: Absolutely awesome shoes. Waterproof, comfortable, durable and reasonably priced. I would buy them a thousand times. May 19, 2014
John R: Comfort ratings and Zilla reviews. May 8, 2014
Neil H: 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. Apr 24, 2014
CHARLES P: Great style, great protection and great price! Apr 3, 2014
Kevin M: Owned them for over a year now and they're like new! Comfortable and secure. Mar 20, 2014
Achilles M: I like the look of the boots and Revzilla's review sold me on the boots Mar 7, 2014
Azeez A: Looks & protection & H20 proof Feb 28, 2014
Alexander F: 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. Jan 31, 2014
Shanley J: 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! Jan 30, 2014
W A: Revzilla review (Anthony) & quality brand. Jan 5, 2014
Douglas B: 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. Dec 24, 2013
Nelson Ariel L: I just recently bought a sport bike and I thought my snow boots will be enough to ride (since I need something waterproof). I was absolutely wrong, therefore I searched for riding boots, but not the ones meant for track so I stumbled upon these ones and the Alpinestars Fastback WP. Both boots look great but at least to me, this ones look more protective, are taller and cheaper than the Alpine. I also checked the reviews and I felt more convinced by the comments on these ones. Dec 18, 2013
Jason J: These boots are great. They broke in well and look like sneakers under jeans. Dec 3, 2013
Michael D: Great Constructed pair of boots for the price. Nov 29, 2013
Paul P: Product research and recommendation from Revzilla associate Sep 20, 2013
Kip M: I'm looking for a 3 season boot for light touring / street use. I ride a Multisrtada 1200. I want lightweight, good looking, good fit and reasonably stylish (as apposed to "clompy" look of most motorcycle boots, but at the forefront I want good protection. This boot seems to fit the bill best. My only [slight] concern is that I would probably prefer covered laces. That said however, it is the laces that make for the best custom fit. I'll test 'em out for a few months then write a review :) Aug 28, 2013
Danh N: Watched the video Aug 22, 2013
Matt B: I was looking for a waterproof boot/shoe that offered protection as well as appealing looks. After reading reviews and watching various videos and checking different websites, I felt the most confident about these in particular. Aug 22, 2013
Jimmy A: I needed a boot that I could wear all day long when I choose to commute to work. Aug 20, 2013
hilda j: need the high ankle support but do not like the high boots because I walk around when I get to my destination when I ride I want to be comfortable with the necessary support for riding. Aug 20, 2013
Ryan E asked: Are these boots suitable for cold weather? Maybe 25 to 50 degrees. Sep 28, 2013
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William D: 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.
Sep 29, 2013
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David T: Hey. They are not perforated, however they are not insulated the way boots made specifically for cold weather are. I'd think they would be okay for the warmer part of your temp range or shorter trips when it's colder if you wear high quality cold-weather socks. The boots are very solid and firm so consider sock thickness when you pick a size. Hope that helps. BTW, I like them a lot. They look great and feel good once thoroughly broken in. Sep 28, 2013
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Michael M: I've had them down to 40 degrees and found they were quite comfortable. If I were to go lower than that I'd probably throw on a pair of wool socks as well. Sep 30, 2013
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tzvi c: Those boots with wool winter socks kept my feet warm in cold 30 degree weather. Great all weather boots, Highly recommended Sep 28, 2013
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William S: Absolutely, just get size big enough for winter or ski/hunting socks. Sep 29, 2013
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Kevin M: 50 degrees? Yes.
25 degrees? No.
Sep 28, 2013
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JOHN S: 35 to 50 a better number Sep 29, 2013
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Seth T: Fortunately for me, but unfortunately for your question Ryan, I'm in Southern California and haven't felt temperatures that cold yet in the time I've owned these boots.

I can tell you though that from my sense of the boot and the material used in it's manufacturing that I doubt it would be effective in the lower temp range you mentioned. You'd probably need some good thermal socks and possibly some long-johns. The boot to me is a little narrow from a width standpoint, and I wonder if the combination of a thermal sock and/or long underwear would make the boot a little tight on the foot.

Having said all that, the boots have been great so far. I get compliments all the time on how they look. They break in after a while and I'm able to go on long all-day rides and keep them on with comfort during pit stops for gas, food, etc. Under a pair of jeans you hardly notice they're for motorcycling. Hope the answer was informative :)
Oct 16, 2013
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Mitchell K: Yes! Very comfortable boot for SoCal winters and traveling north into Mojave during colder weather at night. Your feet will thank you. The foretell really shines. Not so good of a boot when temps are 90+ Sep 28, 2013
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Travis T: I wouldn't think so. I live in sunny, steamy, humid south Florida and purchased these for the breathability and air flow. There excellent for here so likely bad for cold weather. Sep 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: My size is 9 and 1/2. Which size I should take ? Sep 28, 2013
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Mark V: 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! Sep 30, 2013
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Timothy S: I take size US 11 in sneakers. Size US 11 in the TC-X also fit me perfectly. Your choice is 9 or 10. These boots will not give a lot so you might want to be fair to your toes and go for the 10. Sep 29, 2013
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gerard h: I have a 12 foot and ordered a 12 boot. The fit is about perfect maybe a tad on the larger side, but not by much. I hope that helps. Great boot, you definitely won't be disappointed! Sep 29, 2013
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Tommy M: Get the same size as your sneakers ..... I love these boots. I had an acsedent and they saved my ankel. Sep 29, 2013
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Robert W: If your foot is wide get. 9.5 otherwise stay with the 9. Sep 29, 2013
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ruel n: 9.5 Sep 30, 2013
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BRIDGETTE L: 40 Sep 30, 2013
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Nate J asked: 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.
Jul 22, 2014
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Jay B: 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. Nov 24, 2014
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Craig B: You may want to go a half size larger if possible. I wear a size 10 but my left foot is a size 10.5. I got the size 10 in these boots and they fit a bit larger. They fit well. I have a fat foot by the way so the boots are a bit wider than normal.

I am just concerned with it being too short in the toe. I am sure you will have plenty of room for extra thick socks whether you go with a 13 or 13.5. You can always exchange easily with Revzilla but I am leaning towards 13.5 as the better size for you.They seem true to US sizing so don't downsize.
Jul 23, 2014
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Kenn P: I wear size 8 to 8-1/2 sneakers. Bought the X-Move boots last Sept. and ordered an 8-1/2 .That size was just a little to loose so I exchanged them for size 8 (euro 41) and am happy with the fit.
They do seem to be on the narrow side. My other boots are icon size 8 and they fit a little wider across the ball of the foot. Comfy.
Not sure how the TCX would fit with the insoles you mentioned. Might need the next half or full size up.

But I do like the TCX X boots, much lighter in weight.
Jul 23, 2014
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Jamie L: I have these TCX X-move boots and find them comfortable, sturdy, and waterproof. I have a size 10 so I cannot exactly answer the question about your specific foot. I buy from Revzilla because they take the return if the boots do not fit good. I have returned a pair to Revzilla of another brand before I found these. Jul 25, 2014
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AMAL B: I would go 48 for more comfort.
The fit was a little bit small (widthwise) for me and you can feel it in long rides, but length was perfect.
Jul 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the shift pad wear after time?. Like the alpinestars fastback shiftpad was suede which wore down. Jan 25, 2015
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Vernon D: 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 !, Jan 26, 2015
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gerard h: I haven't noticed any unusual wear, boots still look great. The even fit and wear better as they break in... Jan 25, 2015
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tzvi c: After 2 years and just under 20,000 miles pad held up fine. I highly recommend those boots. Jan 26, 2015
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Steve L: No i do not see much wear on them. There is some on the bottom from walking on them. Jan 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: how tall are the boots? will I be able to tuck in a pair of leathers? Nov 2, 2014
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Alfred T: 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. Nov 24, 2014
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donnell f: They are definitely tall enough for you to fit your leathers in. I did however feel once i started wearing my leather bottoms constantly it was time to upgrade to a more track ready and more protective boot. (Also tcx) Nov 2, 2014
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Craig B: They are a couple inches taller than high top sneakers. I don't think there is all that much room to tuck anything into them. They fit fairly tight. Nov 3, 2014
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Robert W: They are 8 inch boots. They aren’t designed to have pants tucked in fact I would think that would be extremely uncomfortable. Great boots though. Nov 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: 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. Sep 30, 2014
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Jay B: 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. Nov 24, 2014
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Alfred T: I wear a size 45 in the TCX X-Move and I have a medium width foot. I have also worn the X-Cube and find that the X-Move in the same size fits a little better than the X-Cube. I have never worn or tried the Jupiter. Nov 24, 2014
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Robert W: If you've ever worn good driving shoes, I would equate the fit to those. They're a snug comfortable fit. I wear the heck out of them. They are comfy enough for 1000 mile days. Oct 1, 2014
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Steve L: What i can tell you is. They fit tight to my feet. I have used them on a all day ride. never get tired I am looking in to buying a second set to keep for backup. Oct 1, 2014
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A shopper 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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Craig M: Found a label.
CE EN 13634 : 2010
1 2 2
Jun 18, 2014
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Christopher H: CE EN13634:2010, Level 1, 2, 2 Jun 21, 2014
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Mark V: Boot is CE EN13634:2010 1,2,2 Jun 19, 2014
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alessandro c: Mine are marked 1(WR) 2 2. Jun 19, 2014
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Craig M: No label in the boot Jun 18, 2014
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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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Alfred T: There are no tags on these boots indicating CE EN13634:2010. Why is that important to you? All I know is that these boots are from a trusted leader in motorcycle boot manufacturing, they are definitely waterproof as I've worn them in a downpour for 2 hours and stayed perfectly dry. The ankle protection is as good as any of my other boots and they are comfortable to walk in when you get off your bike.

Hope this helps.
Jun 19, 2014
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Alfred T: I answered incorrectly yesterday. These boots are CE EN13634:2010, Level 1, 2, 2. The certification is on the inside of the ankle strap at the top of the shoe. Hope this helps, Jun 20, 2014
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Chad S: Yes it says CE EN13634:2010 inside the boot,

but following that it says 1 2 2, not 2 2 2.
Jun 19, 2014
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A shopper 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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Bryan T: Everything is the same except that it's 1,2,2 not 2,2,2. Jun 18, 2014
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Gerard D: Boots are 1, 2, 1 in that order if this helps! Jun 19, 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

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

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full TCX Boots Size Chart
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