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Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP Boots
  • Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP Boots - Black
  • Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP Boots - Black
  • Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP Boots - Black
  • Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP Boots - Black

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Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP Boots


  • Water-repellent leather and PU upper
  • HiPora waterproof, breathable membrane
  • 3M ScotchLite on rear area for night time safety
  • VR single density compound sole for reliable grip
  • Auto lock zipper covered with adjustable Velcro® flap
  • Leather stretch panels for better comfort and durability
  • Molded nylon shin and ankle guard backed with shock absorbing material
  • Shock absorbing latex foam on flex panels
  • Leather shift pad
  • TecnoGI thermoplastic heel cup and toe cap
  • Preformed orthopedic vibration absorbing foot bed

Note: Solution 2.0 Boots are available in wide sizes indicated by a "W."

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Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP Boots 4.4 5 107 107
great boots the boots are easy to put on side zipper with Velcro cover and tab. March 17, 2015
Lots of bang for the buck. For not much more than a C-note, you get some pretty decent boots with the Tourmaster Solution 2.0 WP boots. Regarding sizing, I wear a size 12 in nearly every type of footwear. With these Solution 2.0 boots, however, I had to go with size 13 Wide. To me, they are sized small. And even the size 13s were very tight when I first began wearing them, but they broke in nicely within a couple hours of walking around the office. Regarding comfort, these are excellent. I commute on my bike every day, and have started just wearing these boots around the office instead of switching to regular shoes. And I've had zero issues riding long distances with these boots, either, and I've hiked about a mile with no issues. They're that comfortable. The zippers seem durable, as does the velcro. There's not a lot of armor built in. I do like the minimalist styling. There are no air vents with these boots, and I haven't worn them during the heat of summer, but I'm betting their hot but not unbearable. And with a heavy pair of wool socks, I've ridden down to 10° Fahrenheit and my feet were warm enough to be comfortable. You don't get a lot of high-end features with this boot, but it's comfortable, waterproof, and relatively inexpensive. I recommend these boots at this price. I hope this review helps you. March 9, 2015
Extremely happy with these boots I was looking for a wet/cold weather boot that I could wear everyday. These boots have held up to everything I've thrown at them. I feel secure in them and I didn't have to break the bank to get all the protection. I'm very pleased with them. February 28, 2015
These boots are a fairly good touring boot, get what you pay for. My reason for trying the Tour Master was because it comes in a wide version and I do have a wide foot. After trying other boots, this was my best option, and a real compromise in comfort and durability. I had to buy 2 sizes larger to get a boot I could get my flippers into. You get what you pay for and these boots are fairly comfortable like wearing a pair of tennis shoes, even if they are a bit ridiculously long for me. I will always use these for short trips around town and easy riding. I did find a much better fit with Forma boots, better in every way. February 23, 2015
little narrow for a 10 I'll recommend that for a 10, to buy a 45, since 44 is too narrow. February 3, 2015
Soft and comfy; runs small Ordered the Wide version, which was wide enough for my paddle feet. Unfortunately, the overall size was too tight, so I am returning for a size up. This boot is a typical touring boot. The video sums it up well, but I would add that the liner looks a little flimsy. If you wear a boot daily, the liner may fail before the rest of the boot. At this price, I will take the risk. Very comfy for walking around, which is all I am doing in the snowy weather right now. Build quality appears to be very good, and the sole looks thick and well-treaded. January 28, 2015
Wonderful as commuter boots This is my first pair of riding boots and I was apprehensive they would be too obtrusive to wear in everyday life (for commuting) or would be constricting like a ski boot. These boots have been incredibly comfortable and I have been able to wear them while at work. They are wonderful for riding and I honestly have enjoyed them quiet a bit. January 12, 2015
Great Boots I just bought my 14 year old daughter a 2nd pair of these boots, as she outgrew the first ones. The fit is right on and the quality is absolutely great for a boot in this price range. My daughter's feet were toasty warm yesterday during a ride in the mid-to-high 30's. These offer her great protection, are very comfortable to walk around with, and look somewhat plain and stylish as well. Wasn't sure of the size, but with RevZilla's free shipping, I was able to order two sizes and return the ones that didn't fit with no hassles at all. That works great since there are no TourMaster dealers anywhere near me. Thanks again for carrying a great product and for making my daughter happy. As we all know a happy passenger makes for a happy rider! December 15, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Mark L: Great option for the price. Solid boot, good fitment, water proof. Mar 25, 2015
MARK P: repeat sale Mar 14, 2015
John S: thought they would be good....was wrong! They wore out in less than a year. Mar 14, 2015
Gerald B: looks and reviews were good price right Dec 17, 2014
Chris K: Needed waterproof boots for daily commuting at an affordable price with good reviews - these seem like they'll do nicely. Dec 8, 2014
Rae H: studied the reviews and they seemed to be what i needed Dec 6, 2014
chris d: great boot and wide sizes Dec 1, 2014
William A: Watch and read reviews, seemed to fit my needs. Nov 16, 2014
Jason S: size and video Oct 1, 2014
Pavel G: look sharp and have clever features like ventilation and water resistance at the same time, has real ankle and shin guards Sep 30, 2014
Thomas B: My current boots are 15 years old and quite trashed. I picked these for their understated appearance and mostly because they are available in "wide" sizes. Sep 13, 2014
Alan P: Seem to be a great boot however these are not for people with large calves as the narrow considerably as they go up your leg. Sep 9, 2014
Stephen B: Good price, once look. Sep 6, 2014
John L: I had owned the previous version before; then "upgraded" to a boot costing nearly 3 times as much. The more expensive boots leaked and did not last; so back to these! Aug 30, 2014
John F: This is the third pair of TM Solutions I have owned. Never had a wet foot....can't beat the value, IMO! Aug 29, 2014
J I: My Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP Boots, purchased in May of 20013, have not lasted as I expected they would. The stitching on top of the toe has failed on both boots as well as on the pull-on loop on the right boot. After looking at alternatives, I have decided to re-order the Solution boots. They are very comfortable and the fit is great for my wide feet. They are not waterproof. They are a compromise. I'd much prefer they would last at least two seasons but they didn't. So it goes. Aug 18, 2014
johnathan l: Cheap "waterproof" boot, I have had mine fail on me twice now, Both times in absolute downpours where I had no business riding a motorcycle, the boots are however comfortable. Aug 11, 2014
Steven T: Wide size available. Jul 16, 2014
Allie W: Price, still holding up very well, very comfortable Jun 19, 2014
Juan Jose M: Great boots with nice line style and because of the security. May 25, 2014
Jon A: Great protection and style for the price. May 8, 2014
Michael K K: Good reviews for a low-priced boot. Appropriate for the amount of miles I typically ride. Conservative styling, but attractive and sporty, without trying to look like a race boot. Good value. Apr 30, 2014
Bobby S: magazine add Apr 29, 2014
C O: Seemed to fit my needs at a competitive price Apr 25, 2014
Sabrina S: These are nice, warm touring boots. Apr 16, 2014
Mark P: Good fit and waterproof. This is my second pair. Excellent value Apr 7, 2014
Joshua J: need a waterproof boot for riding to work. cheap and a first try on tour master brand. hope all goes well Mar 28, 2014
Jeffrey Williamson J: High ratings and good value for the dollar. Mar 19, 2014
Charles B: These are one of the few boots with wide sizes. Mar 16, 2014
Joseph W: protection, waterproof and breathable, comfortable, very affordable Mar 13, 2014
john n: liked the price and features, when i tried them on they were comfortable right from the start, good grip on street Mar 11, 2014
Michael L: Very few options when you need a wide 14. Mar 10, 2014
Carlos C: ok Jan 28, 2014
Lian M: I was looking for a waterproof boot for my boyfriend and I saw only good reviews about this boot. Plus it looks nice and will hopefully keep his feet dry if it rains. Dec 15, 2013
DOUG M: I have riding buddies that have been wearing these boots and previous Tourmaster models and all have been happy with them. Great prices Dec 2, 2013
John D: Good reviews and great value for money Dec 1, 2013
robert l: because they come in wide keeping my fingers crossed Nov 7, 2013
John G: Waterproof and great style for a great price.. Oct 31, 2013
james m: Great boot for the price, comfortable enough to walk around in, but in order to make them last longer I only wear them to and from my work. Oct 25, 2013
Karl R: I had a pair of the original Solution boots. Very comfortable boot, but sole wore a hole in less then a year. Not too waterproof either. I figured I would give the 2.0 a try. Oct 15, 2013
susan b: otho is ideal for older rider also seem like they would be easy to put on Oct 8, 2013
Steve O: Replaced a high mileage pair of the same boot. Oct 5, 2013
Sean S: These are great boots. I wore my original Tourmaster Solution's out, after 20K miles. The 2.0's were even better. They saved my feet during an encounter with a suicidal kamikaze deer a month ago that resulted in 4 broken ribs, and a collar bone. While the boots were damaged from being scraped along the gravel for while, there was no damage to my feet at all. Great value for money. They have a nice wide bed as well. Sep 14, 2013
Nathan C: After reviewing very few variety selections available in "Wide", thought I'd see how these would fit? Aug 21, 2013
Mark G: Good reviews. Have Tourmaster gear now. Aug 20, 2013
A shopper asked: Are these boots truly waterproof? Lots of information about size and fit, but nothing about leakage. Oct 23, 2014
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Brian S: I have had these for about 2 years. For light rain, these boots keep your feet dry. I road on the Autobahn for 3 hours in a down-pour and my feet were quite wet at the end. This could have been due to water drainage from the top. Sometimes my pants ride up above the boot. As long as your pants fit tight around the outside of the boot, they should stay fairly dry. If I were to buy another boot, I would probably choose something with a smaller opening around my calf. The SIDI adventure rain boots look like a good choice.
Also, the Tour Master Boots show some tearing on the sides from rubbing on parts of the bike.
Oct 24, 2014
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Taylor M: I've had these boots for almost two years, and no leakage whatsoever. They have held up well in the rainy PNW, including in the cold.

As an aside, they are really comfortable and I don't typically wear other shoes when I'm using these for the day, you can only tell they aren't normal shoes if people look closely at your feet.
Oct 23, 2014
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Krista G: I got these for my boyfriend Dec 2012, they were solidly waterproof through the 2013 riding season and failed on the way home from a big motorcycle trip (MI to CO) at the end of the 2014 riding season. They were solid boots for 2 seasons, but not sure they'll last much longer than that? Moderate usage (2-3x weekly). Oct 27, 2014
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Gerald S: Well since I am a fair weather rider MOST of the time, I don't know if they are or not, since I haven't riden in the rain. I do know they fit well and I feel they
have been a good pair of boots.
Jere Scot tSpringfield,IL
Oct 24, 2014
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Mark H: Yes, mine are waterproof. I've worn them in all weather, including heavy rain with no leakage. One trip it was rain all day and the boots stayed dry. I will get another pair when these wear out. Best boot I've owned for the price! Oct 23, 2014
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Jake H: I currently own my 3rd pair of these awsome boots. I have worn them walk in around a festival just after a light rain and my feet stayed dry even though the grass was wet for hours after.

Oct 24, 2014
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Richard D: They have kept my feet dry. There is a side zipper so there is some potential for leaking but so far, I haven't experienced any. Oct 23, 2014
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Bruno B asked: These come in regular and wide. What are the widths of the regular and wide? I'm just barely a D width. Most wide tennis shoes are too wide for me. There are only a few brands I can wear and in those I choose the regular width. Oct 1, 2013
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Chris W: I have a rather regular sized foot and have never needed to purchase wide shoes or boots. That said, they boots fit cumfortable width wise, regardless of wheat her I'm riding all day or walking around site seeing when I get to my destination. Without any information on the boots you've worn before, it's hard to say for sure but in my experience these have been the most comfortable of the five riding boots I have owned and think you would find these a good fit all around. Good Luck! Oct 4, 2013
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Steven S: I wore out the soles on my first pair of these boots, which I bought in the medium width. When it came time to replace them I moved up to the wide width to have a little more room. I am very happy with them, very comfortable for riding and walking. It sounds like you are comfortable in a regular width and unless you wear heavy socks I would stay with the regular width. Oct 4, 2013
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John C: I am a D width and ordered the Wide size 11. The fit was just right, except the boot was a little tight across the arch of my foot. This loosened up after a few days and now fits great. I am very happy with the fit and comfort. Oct 4, 2013
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Donald R: I am a EEE width. These boots in the wide size are pretty comfortable for me, but could actually be a smidge wider. Not a huge issue . Be advised that the scuff protection shows unsightly wear Oct 4, 2013
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Sean S: The regular should be fine for you. It is no wider than any other standard boot. Oct 5, 2013
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Jeff L: I wear a 4 E and the width fit great Oct 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are these boots larger than average in the calf area or do I have smaller legs? It feels like the boots could fall off (they don't). Is this normal for ease of taking on and off, or are there moto touring boots with a more snug fit in the calf area? Jun 8, 2014
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Charles G: I have the size 10 (44), and they seem a bit bigger at the ankle than the calf for me. I do have enough room to slide a couple fingers in at the calf. although they are fairly snug at the ball of my foot. Also a bit loose at the heel, but I've gotten use to them. This is also my 3rd pair. I like these boots that much. Jun 10, 2014
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DOUG M: I think they are wider in the calf area for ease of taking on and off. My last pair of touring boots, a different brand were also wide like these. I actually prefer the wider calf, as it does not chafe the calf area, and I do not have to were knee high socks, which is definitely cooler in the summer Jun 8, 2014
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Lamarr J: They could be, I happen to have big calves and I make sure to be careful when zipping. If you have small calves then you might have some wiggle/pants tucking room. I would say they can accommodate those of use with big calves, Jun 8, 2014
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Steven S: I have pretty normal size calf's and they fit me fine. Not loose and they are comfortable on 300 mile days. This is my second pair but I did go with a wide width on the second pair. Jun 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: How easy in terms of shifting are these boots on a sports bike? Apr 11, 2013
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Likhi O: The soles are thicker on these boots than what you would get on a sportier boot. If you are switching from such a boot, you will feel a difference. Additionally, these boots do not allow as much vibration or feel through the boot as a sportier boot; it will take some time to relearn where your feet are on the pegs, which makes shifting awkward at first. Oct 1, 2013
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Joshua J: I never had a problem (Ninja 250).
The first couple of times was odd, but that was only because I never had a re-enforced toe box.
I feel very confident when shifting (more than I do the VERY few times I wear normal street shoes).
Apr 14, 2013
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johnathan l: I ride a gsx650F I had a few problems the first 100 miles or so. After that they have been fine. I would be careful as I found them to be very slippery new. Mar 24, 2014
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invisabiker: no problems shifting right from the start. Apr 22, 2013
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Larry D asked: What is the height of this boot? A lot of other information but not this specification. Mar 15, 2015
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Gary J: They are 10.5 inches high. Mar 15, 2015
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Robert W: about 10.5". nice boots Mar 15, 2015
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Jeffrey G: 11 in. Mar 15, 2015
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A shopper asked: I wear a size 8.5 EEE boot in US sizes. Should i go with the 9W or just the 8.5 in the reg width? I don’t wear thick sox. Apr 19, 2014
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Charles G: This is my third pair. I've had better luck with these than others to date. I wear the 10 US/44 EURO. My feet aren't really much wider than normal. So they are snug at the front half of the foot and loose at the heel. So, depending on what you want for comfort level... you might try the 9W. If they don't fit the way you like, Revzilla is known for their CS in return/exchange dept.

Good luck!
Apr 25, 2014
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Mark G: Definitely go with the wide. My foot is not that wide and I needed to exchange a pair of regular width with the wide.Other than that it's great boot for the price. Apr 25, 2014
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Glenn O: I would go with the Wide. I used to wear a 9.5 EEE. I found them hard to find. I now wear 10D or 10E. I got the 10w and theyk are none too large. Apr 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: What would the equivalent American boot size be for a South African size 10? Apr 15, 2011
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RideForMore: US 10 = 44 based on the look up table. This is also the size I went with and it worked fine for me. The table seems to be pretty accurate. May 2, 2011
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Chris K: South Africa uses UK sizing so a UK men's 10 would be a US 10.5. Apr 15, 2011
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