Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP Boots
Solid protection for the price
I've been riding with my TourMaster Solution 2.0 WP boots all summer, and they've been solid gear for the price. I'm glad I heeded all the warnings about slightly narrow fit and ordered the 9 wide. There is a bit of play in the boot but not enough to be sloppy when riding. Good for all day wear on and off the bike. It definitely gets warm during 90+ F temps but not unbearably hot, airflow is average I'd say. Looking forward to trying out the weatherproofness later this year.
August 24, 2015
Great value for the price.
Fit was good. These boots are very comfortable and light on the feet. l Haven't been in the rain yet but looking at the design I'm sure they will keep water out. Good non slip soles.
Very fast shipping ! Got them in 2 days.
August 24, 2015
I purchased these boots because they had good reviews and a good price. The first pair that arrived were defective due to poor assembly. 1 of the boots I could not use at all as it cut circulation off to my foot. RevZilla was great and I was able to exchange them. Not even 2 months into the new pair, the outer layer of material over the foot, near the shift pad (extremely thin) has cracked and split. I purchased these so I could have some protection when I ride and still look nice at work. Several people have complimented me on the boots (prior to the split). Very unhappy. While cheap as motorcycle boots go, for the money I would have expected better form this brand.
I gave them 2 stars as they do fit nice and are comfortable.
August 20, 2015
Not bad for the money.
My first Tour Master boot. Very comfortable to wear even in the summer only got them wet once but they seem to be holding up. The soles do seem to be wearing pretty quickly though. I have less than 200 miles on them and there is already noticeable wear marks.
August 3, 2015
Nice looking boot, but for who?
Clearly many other reviewers found a way into these boots. I didn't. I ordered them because I have wide feet, and motorcycle boots for wide feet are next to impossible to find.
I normally take an 8 1/2 E, but these aren't available in that size so I tried the 9 Wide, which is labeled "43" inside. They are crazy long - about an inch and a half longer than my foot and much longer than another size 9 boot I own. They are wide enough that I can get my foot into them, but only with a very thin sock. I can't zip them at all (I do have pretty short legs and relatively thick calves).
"Made in Pakistan" it says on the label. Perhaps people there are shaped differently. I am glad Revzilla has a decent return policy, so this will only cost me $7.50 and a trip to the UPS store.
June 28, 2015
Pretty Decent boots
I've put just about 8000 miles on them and with all the rain that we are having here I've found leaks. Both shoes have a leak towards the front of the boot where the sole meets the leather. I've only noticed this in hard rain though, in light, regular rain or short cloud bursts they stay nice and dry. Through the winter on my 140 mile daily commute, they have kept my feet fairly warm. Don't get me wrong, my toes do get chilled around 30 deg F, but short of heated socks/soles that's going to happen with any boot on my CBR250R. I have a feeling I'm going to have to buy a different pair of boots for when it gets hot. So other than the small leaks in hard down pours, there's nothing to complain about.
June 12, 2015
Easy Commuter Boot - Recommended
For a do-it-all commuter boot, this fits the bill nicely. It's sturdy, mostly comfortable once broken in, has kept me dry in storms, and doesn't look awful. Fit length-wise is true to size. Fit side-to-side was good also. What took some time to break in was the top-to-bottom fit. I have fairly high arches apparently...and it sucked to squeeze my feet into these until they were broken in (about a month). Definitely something to consider if you're medium to high-arch.
After two months of use now, they're full worn in and show no signs of wear on the sole thankfully. The arch issue is fine now, FYI. That said, I am a tad concerned about the pull tabs for the full zipper as they're getting roughed up from the velcro (attaching and detaching). Probably need to pay closer attention to that to keep them in better shape.
For a commuter boot, these are a cheap and workable option. Stylistically they aren't the best, so it just depends what you want. Personally I'll keep these for longer trips and the wet...and I'll pick up a better looking boot for short trips / tooling around town.
May 25, 2015
Good Boot Buy a little larger than you expect
Nice boot good quality in product. Water proofing has worked great so far. been in the shallows and through a water crossing last night, feet stayed dry! Its still cool weather here in NW Washington, feet stay warm but may be a little hot in summer. Will have to wait and see. They dont vent as much as I was expecting, but they are a water proof boot... I think they will be just fine.
May 18, 2015