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TCX X-Roadster Waterproof Shoes

The TCX X-Roadster Waterproof Riding Shoes are a perfect balance of protection and everyday usability, comfort and safety.

Features:   

  • Exclusive "Soft Touch" micro fiber padded interior 
  • Breathable AIR TECH interior
  • Polyurethane heel guard, shift pad and ankle reinforcement
  • Replaceable high-resistant polyurethane toe sliders
  • Zipper and Velcro closure
  • Reinforced mono compound rubber sole with specific grip areas
  • Waterproof lining
  • CE Certified
  • CFM (Comfort Fit System)
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TCX X-Roadster WP Shoes 4.8 5 6 6
Comfortable and feels great while riding This is my real motorcycle boot and is a great compromise between a shoe and high boot. It is very comfortable with virtually no breakin period. I ride a triumoh street triple and can get to the controls easily and with great feeling. The look is definitely a sport appearance but I feel comfortable with the level of protection...but I really don't want to do a practical test. December 8, 2014
Good Protection for the price. Needs an ankle cinch. Got these in spring and now have about 2,000 miles on them. I like them overall. The fit lengthwise was about 1 size too large (I wear a size 9 shoe so bought a size 43 TCX.) Width was perfect. The Zipper + Velcro closure is very convenient for quick on-and-off. However, they don't cinch tight enough to give any real ankle support and I am concerned they could fly off in a violent crash. The waterproofing works well and there is a full leather blocking flap on the inside to prevent leaks throug the zipper. They are comfortable enough for riding but you will not want to walk much more than a mile in them given the stiff sole protector. The replaceable scuff gaurd on the toe squeaks when walking. In warm weather they breath about as good as you can expect from a waterproof boot. If TCX added a velcro cinch to tighten the upper ankle they would have a killer boot for the price. And while they are at it, take off the gaudy white lettering ... September 28, 2014
Great Boots for Saving Money and Being Protected My initial impression was the aggressive look of these boots when I removed the packaging and unwrapped the paper protection. These boots look a lot better in person and clearly distinguish themselves apart from most other boots in this category/price range. When I slipped the boots on, I realized that they were stiff because the leather needed to be broken in, but the fitment was true to size. I wear a size 12 and the 47 Euro gave my toes plenty of room to breathe. They are nice and feel beefy which relieves any worry about protection. The only thing I didn't like is the fact that without a strap across the middle, these boots feel a little loose around the heel while walking. Maybe I'm ignorant to the fact that all strapless boots feel like this because these are my first pair, but it would be nice to have a strap regardless. While riding, these feel great. The stiffness went away after a few days of riding and breaking the leather in. These are weatherproof, however, I rated the air flow high because these boots did a good job holding up as designed and not allowing anything in. It's not the best for all climates,but wet feet while riding is a fate I wouldn't wish on any rider. Overall, these boots are amazing. If I had a chance to buy another pair of riding boots, I would choose these. September 27, 2014
Great for those with wide feet I'm a new rider and was looking for a boot that offered great protection and that would fit someone with Sasquatch feet like myself. These boots are AWESOME for the money. I was looking at some other boots from Dainese and AStars, but you can't get boots from them that offer the same level of protection at this price point. The build quality is great on these and they are super easy to get on. Highly recommended! September 15, 2014
Great boots I bought these because I was looking for an inexpensive pair of black riding boots and my selections are limited due to having small feet. It was between these and the Alpinestars SMX1. I have the Alpinestars in white, but I didn't really like the way the black ones looked. I saw these and read the other review and decided to take a chance on them. They are extremely comfortable. I store my motorcycle about a mile from my house and walking that distance in these boots is no problem. I also bought these particular boots because they are waterproof. A must have due to unpredictable Colorado weather. March 21, 2014
Killer boot My closet has more expensive moto footwear, but I always use my TCX X-square shoes. I knew that when it was time to buy another pair of shoes or boots, My search would start with TCX. I spotted these Roadsters while surfing around on revzilla, and I pre-ordered them. I normally wait a while to review gear, but these were the right boots from the get go because TCX really knows how to make boots. They have been comfortable to wear on the bike and in the office. No issues with comfort, and they aren't so aggressive that they look out of place. I also wore them with a pair of short socks, and the upper parts of the boot are so well finished that my ankle was comfortable without a sock between my leg and the boot. TCX also got the Velcro correct so it doesn't "bite" a bare leg or get stuck to your sock. All of these details really add up to a solid boot. Anthony accurately covers the protective features of these boots, and I can tell you that they appear to be bombproof. As far as fit goes, I wear a size 10 in Asics gym shoes, and I wear a 44 in both the X-square and the roadsters. The only nit picks I see so far are that the plastic on the heal cup could get scratched up over time, and we will see how they do in the heat, my guess is probably not very good once things get cranked up out here in Arizona, but we will see. I'm personally not a huge fan of the monster-size TCX logo on the outer heel cups, but I'll live with it. If you are looking for a good looking, protective, and comfortable pair of riding boots, don't hesitate. These boots are a steal at the price they are selling them. February 26, 2014
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Chad W: Needed a new pair of boots (old ICONs were dead) and wanted boots that provided a lot of protection without going midway up the calf. Also wanted boots that did not have laces on them. These fit the bill perfectly, very happy with them. Aug 13, 2014
Gustavo O: it seems that are a good boots and i need it for the rain.. Jul 7, 2014
ED R: One of a small selection of boots that fit a wide width foot. Jun 27, 2014
Kareem J: loved style and fact they are waterproof May 3, 2014
David D: wanted a boot that had solid protection but didn't want a boot that came all the way up my calf. This boot seemed to have everything i wanted...the fact that its waterproof and i live in an area that gets rain a lot just makes it that much sweeter Apr 11, 2014
James J: Price point, protection level, Easy on off with zipper access, styling. Apr 10, 2014
jerry s: My worn out TCX square's were outstanding. I said the next pair of shoes / boots I would buy would be TCX again, and I wasn't kidding... Feb 5, 2014
Tyler C asked: Bought these as my first pair of riding boots. I am a size 9 in all my shoes, sometimes a 9.5, figured the 43 would be perfect. Picked the boot up today and it seems way too big, my foot slides back and forth and there is less than zero ankle stability I realize this isn't a full boot and is definitely not race spec but it honestly felt like I was wearing a pair of slippers. I guess that is a plus 1 for comfort but I bought these boots to protect and after walking around in them for 20 mins or so they just don't seem like they could cut it. Wondering if exchanging them and going down to a 42 would help or if the kind of protection I am looking for can only be found in a full boot and I need to upgrade? Any recommendations, suggestions, or advice? Sep 25, 2014
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Kurt S: I wear a size 9 and had the exact same issue with size 43. However, I wear arch supports and when I put these in the slop went away and the fit was very good. Seems like size 42 should be better but not having tried it I can't say for certain.

With respect to the ankle issues, the zipper and Velcro are very convenient but don't provide the grip and strength of good old fashioned laces. Overall protection for ankles in a slide, and the foot as a whole, seems like it should be very good. My only nagging concern is with the looser ankle closure and whether or not it will keep the boot from flying off in a flip or other violent crash.

I kept mine and use them as part of "all the gear, all the time." I expect them to last many years and the waterproofing is a nice bonus. If you have doubts about the ankle issues then go with laces; Or try the SMX6 as Tony suggests above. They were actually my first choice but were out of stock at the time.

Safe riding!
Sep 28, 2014
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Michael T: I had no problem with the fit nice and snug so maybe a size down would solve it. I love this boot for the comfort and protection but it is a short boot. I wear a gaerne gr-w full boot for track days or if I am going to be pushing on the street they are also very comfortable and great protection and not crazy money. I wear gaerne sg12 for dirt riding as well and beat the snot out of them and I never had a problem with injury or them breaking . hope this helps good luck.
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Sep 26, 2014
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Tony S: I traded them in because of no real protection for ankle or shins. Try the alpinestar smx6. I went to the pa store and tried on 10 different pairs from low cut to high cut and they were very comfortable and have plenty of protection. Sep 25, 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.

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