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Patrick C: Needed a boot for riding that was both warm and cool for riding.May 5, 2015
David C: I am needing a water proof boot and this one had good reviews and my other tourmaster gear is good quality.Mar 25, 2015
Matthew O: Price/Style. First pair of riding shoes. Wanted something to start with.Mar 15, 2015
Andy M: A friend of mine suggested them and they are great !!!Feb 25, 2015
Peter R: good price. needed a casual riding shoe.Feb 11, 2015
Hillary L: This is my second pair, the first pair is worn out from riding lots of miles and walking to interesting places once I got there. They have been completely waterproof and have survived one low speed crash. These are an excellent value for the money and they work on the bike as well as off.Jan 28, 2015
David P: Great basic boot at a fair price, comfortable and appear to be durable. While not super fancy an excellent "entry level boot"Jan 1, 2015
val p: Liked the style. Tried a First Gear but was too large. Returned those and placed new order. PIECE OF CAKE!Dec 17, 2014
Stephen H: Price and comfort. This is my second pair of these boots, and they are great daily commute and office wear for me.Oct 27, 2014
Christopher B: Needed a pair of stylish but purpose built shoes for riding and not looking ridiculous when I arrived. These have been great, they don't breath very well, likely because they are waterproof, but work great in all conditions. I have been very pleased with the durability look and feel. The velcro keeps my laces out of the gearing.Oct 9, 2014
Gordon B: Bought a pair for myself and my mate wants the same, there are very goodSep 7, 2014
D R: Just started riding at 63 and this was my first pair of boots... so I wanted to start out conservatively. Having used the boots for a few months now, I am satisfied with my choice and their performance!Aug 25, 2014
Chuck D: Good first boot for motorcycling. Getting back into motorcycling after a 20 year absence.Aug 15, 2014
Arthur W: rain restraint and their like running shoes (tennis shoe).Aug 13, 2014
J O: Good, informative reviews helped me choose the right boot for the right price. Needed something with solid protection but something sort of casual that I can wear around townAug 12, 2014
DAVID K G: I use Tour Master products and I'm totally satisfied with their durability. I ride my Spyder close to 25K miles a year and want something that not only looks good but that will last a long time.
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Chris S: I was looking for a <$150 boot option for a first-time boot purchase. I wear a size 15 shoe and the reviews say this runs a little big. Bought a 14 and they fit great.Jul 5, 2014
Charles M: Tried several different types of boots, all had one problem or another. This looks like it might be best solution.Jun 19, 2014
Edward G: I am new to motorcycling and needed boots for my class. I am not a fan of the full size boots. I wanted something fairly light with a thinner sole than a standard Harley boot. The reviews seemed great on these boots on multiple sites. However I bought from zi'Zilla because I am very happy with there shipping and service so far.Apr 22, 2014
Jerry K asked:My normal boot size is 9.5D. In the reviews some have said that a 10 will fit better, although the general guide seems to be that they run large so I should get a 9. Which would you recommend for a 9.5D fit?May 24, 2014
Richard R:I owned a pair of the previous Response boots, and when I ordered the 2.0's I got the same size and they were about 1/2 size bigger both in length and width. I had to return them for a size smaller. That's the only comparison I can make for you. Even the 1/2 size smaller was still a bit "loose" on me, and I just wear two pair of socks with them to make up the difference. My experience is that the 2.0's will "run large" too. So you might want to order your "regular" size to start with. Revzilla has an outstanding return policy so you could trade them back for a size larger if you really needed to, but I doubt you would.May 24, 2014
herman h:Hi, I bought the 11 because of lifts that I wear. I am a 10.5 eee. And purchase the 11wide. They fit, a little tight at first, but in time they became VERY comfortable. My only gig on them is that I wished it had a heel! Also when there is dirt or rocks at the stop light they tend to slip! But that is from the dirt and rocks! I would go with the 10 and walk around in the house in them for a while to see how they feel. If you are not liking them Revzilla will take or exchange them. Just make sure you do not ride with them.May 24, 2014