Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP Women's Boots
Decent boots for the price
Bought these for my riding class. They're pretty comfortable but run large and slightly wide. For the record, I'm of athletic build and have skinny ankles and feet, but wear a medium width shoe. So keep this in mind if you buy these- you'll have to wear thick socks to have them fit snugly on your feet.
There's next to no ventilation because they are thick waterproof leather (or some comparable synthetic). I fell pretty hard in them during my riding class and they did what I bought them for- protected my feet and ankles. The zip-up is pretty fast and durable. The outside isn't nearly as durable as if you had bought leather boots, I scuffed up the toe pretty bad when I fell and it doesn't look too great.
If you buy these, buy some nice boot socks and some silk sock liners to keep your feet dry. It's an excellent combination if you're wearing them on a hot day.
August 23, 2016
they actually fit
I wear a women's size 10 and my feet are very wide, but men's shoes don't always fit right so I struggle to find something that fits. I read the reviews on these boots and saw they run large and wide. Perfect. I still ordered my normal size, size 10, which was the largest. They turned out to be VERY large. I would classify the 10 as an 11 or 11.5. I put a padded heel insole in, and wore full cushion merino wool Vermont Darn Tough boot socks with them (Revzilla, you should sell these). Now, they fit perfectly and are incredibly comfortable.
Before doing that, I had put off trying them with my bike because my "normal" non-motorcycle boots are way comfortable. Well, it turned out they were terrible for riding. Luckily I had these sitting at home and sure enough, they are WAYYYY better.
I don't like the velcro and they look pretty clunky. They don't have a heel or lift. They seem very supportive and protective, waterproof, and are comfortable. The calf/shin fits perfectly over my thick boot socks, but there is no room to tuck pants in if that matters to you.
April 2, 2016
Women's boots are still somewhat limited. This is excellent for the price point.
Comfort and fit are very good right out of the box. I do a lot of walking/sight seeing while on long distance rides. This boot provides weather and crash protection as well as comfort.
March 22, 2016
Pretty good shoe - toe scuff
I quite like these boots.
A couple notes though - when walking around in the boots, the velcro is noisy, but I spend most of the time on the bike of course.
Second, the toe seems to scuff pretty easy on the shifter side, I've got a couple scuffs already. Probably should have gone for something with a rubber toe cover.
Otherwise it's waterproof so its worked out pretty well in that way.
December 14, 2015
Nice for riding, not for walking
These boots are comfortable for riding, they offer nice protection. I have a narrow foot and find them to be uncomfortable for just walking around though. They are too loose around my foot. The shift toe is wearing off and looks messy now after one season of riding. Overall I like them, I would not buy them again, I would try another brand due to my narrow foot. An average or wide footed person would probably like these boots.
November 30, 2015
Covers All The Basics!
I just started commuting this spring, and wanted a boot suitable for cold, wet weather. I have always worn the non-technical style boots cruiser riders wear, and never liked the way this type of boot looks. After one ride with my new boots I realized all the great reasons to wear them. They fit like slippers, and the way they function makes total sense in every way. They are really warm and waterproof, they flex for shifting, the soles do not slip, and they feel great. These will be awesome for touring, as they are comfortable on and off the bike.
April 20, 2015
Just what I was looking for.
I'm a new rider and was having trouble shifting with my hiking boots. These make shifting a breeze and still keep my toes comfortable. I've ridden in temperature ranges from 40-85, and have been neither too hot nor too cold. On days where I have had to, I've also worn the boots all day and found them comfortable.
I like that they have extra protection for my toes and ankles.
I'm a 7.5' and ordered the 7. Lengthwise I've had no problem, they were a bit snug at first, but can wear thick socks now as they do stretch a bit.
October 13, 2014
My First Motorcycle Boots
It has taken me along time to finally buy a pair boots. Trying to stay on a budget, I decided on these. They were a little stiff at first. I have been wearing for about 2 weeks to work. They are just great for my first pair. My size is 8, there just a little roomie. I have been wearing soccer sock with them. Which I like.
September 24, 2014