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Features:

  • Made with PU coated leather for durability and abrasion resistance
  • 100% Waterproof performance membrane construction
  • Outer and inner ankle protection is given by innovative, double injected, TPU section with different Durometer (hardness) values and thicknesses to allow protection and flexibility all in one section
  • Internal shin reinforcement layered under the leather
  • Mesh liner for comfort and breathability
  • Removable PE padded foot bed provides shock absorption and impact protection
  • Stitched sole is of a unique rubber compound for exceptional grip and durability
  • Three-buckles closure with micro-adjustable memory system
  • Velcro pull flap for adjustable closure
  • CE certified
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Alpinestars Men's Footwear Sizing

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We have found the EU-->USA sizing conversions as presented here to be slightly off. Our recommendation for Alpinestar's Men's Footwear: 43: 9-9.5 44: 10-10.5 45: 11

EU Size USA Size
36 3.5
37 4
38 5
39 6
40 6.5
41 7.5
42 8
43 9
44 9.5
45 10.5
46 11.5
47 12
48 12.5
49 13.5
50 14

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Great ADV boot
Over the years, I've owned numerous pairs of riding boots, and while some were better than others, they all did their job relatively well. By saying their job, I mean they kept my feet comfortable, they kept my feet dry, and they provided some protection.It wasn't until I started riding dirt, however, that protection climbed to the top of the list of features important to me. And this whole new chapter in my life - adventure riding - sent me looking for a new pair of boots.

For street riding and walking off the bike, I could not be happier with my Tourmaster Solutions boots as they kept me dry and comfortable. However, they offered only limited protection. For dirt riding, my Axo Prime boots saved my ankles more times than I can remember, but try walking in them and you'll soon discover those boots are not made for walking. The protection they offer is second to none, and standing on the pegs in them is very, very comfortable, but they take in water faster than a strainer. Since my current riding is, more often than not, a mix of street and dirt, I needed a pair of boots that will be both comfortable and waterproof, as well as featuring good protection. My search turned up several candidates, but based on my preferences, I narrowed my choices to either Alpinestars or Sidi. The preferences being quality, reputation, protection, comfort, waterproofing ability, and the ability to adjust the fit (I have skinny calves).

In the end, price and availability shifted the odds in favor of Alpinestars Scout Boots.

The boots arrived in a typical store box. Once opened, I removed the hard cardboard stuffing (kept the boots' shape) and tissue paper, and touched the boots for the first time. The leather feels very soft (yes, these boots are real leather). The boots utilize a three buckle closure system, combined with a Velcro top loop (there are no zippers to mess with). The buckles are made out of aluminum and hook securely with an audible click. The straps are micro-adjustable for the right fit, which is an important feature to me. If I can tailor the fit to my legs, then there is a lesser chance of the boot coming off during an accident.

The Scouts are not short boots by any means, checking in at 14" (Tourmaster Solution are 11.5" and the Axo Prime are 16"), but getting them on and off is very easy thanks to a generous opening.
Once I slipped into them, I immediately noticed how great these boots feel. They fit like an old pair of sneakers right out of the box. There was no discomfort at all. After i adjusted the buckles, I went for a walk and encountered no restricting or awkward feeling. Likewise, sitting on the bike, and even standing on footpegs proved to be very natural.

The boots provide ample support in the footbed (I have arched feet) without any shifting when changing position, and the ankle protection is better than most. The shin plate appears to be reinforced as well, but all the protection is hidden from the view, as it is layered within the leather.

The buckles appear to be of good quality and fully serviceable should something break down the line. The soles are stitched, not glued, which should also prove better in terms of longevity. Overall, these boots are very well made, with stitching in all the important areas, and some double stitching to add style. Yet, the styling is subtle enough not to scream 'motorcycle' when off the bike.

Another great feature (to me) is the shape of the boots. When I tried them on, I was wearing simple Banana Republic khakis, and the pant leg fit comfortably over the boots. When, later on, I tried them with my Tourmaster riding pants, the result was the same. So, while these boots are great looking, one can comfortably wear pants over them when riding in rain.

So far, I have not tested how waterproof they are, but there are a plenty of reviews attesting to their ability to keep the rider's feet dry, so I have no doubts they will perform well. After owning many pairs of boots over the years, these Scouts are quickly becoming my favorite pair of boots, and will surely become my all around boots (short of trail riding) .

Here are a few pics, and two next to my other boots, just for size reference.
February 12, 2012
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Superb boot!
Although it is not cheap, this boot is outstanding (It's funny how not cheap and outstanding go together isn't it?). They can be a bit of a pain to put on (large cuffed pants are a must, particularly if you have large, muscly calves) but, once on, are comfortable enough in which to wander about a bit. I took a 4800 mi. trip to Florida wherein it rained 20 out of 24 days and never a drop got in. In Roanoke Va. there was 4 inches of rain in a couple of hours and I had to do a stream crossing on my Tenere (it was a street, but the water was 4" above my ankles standing on the pegs) and still my feet were dry. Many days were around or above 100 F 95+ humidity, and foot sweat was never a problem. As to durability, a bike chasing, foolish, suicidal dog, smacking my right shin at 40 mph, damaged me not at all. The dog liked the boot less however. I could not recommend a better wet weather/all weather touring boot. Mind you, it wears like a boot and not like sneakers, but it is a superb boot.
August 16, 2013
Ride:
1999 Kawasaki ZG1000 Concours
Bang For The Buck
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Super comfortable, great value.
With 15,000 miles on them so far, I'm a happy customer. The Scouts offer a good balance of protection and capability while providing the most comfortable fit of any motorcycle boot I've ever owned. I'm an 11.5 and went with a size 11 which ended up being perfect. Good ankle support for standing on the pegs, but more flexible than a more dirt-oriented boot (I ride 80% street on an 800GS). There isn't much airflow, but from SoCal summers to a month-long trip through Mexico I've never been uncomfortable or in need of vents. I was pleasantly surprised with how well they handle hot weather and walking around off the bike. My only gripes are the styling (looks like one molded piece of plastic) and the buckles (functional, but feel a bit cheap). I just got back from another 10hr day of riding/walking and had to write this review cause they made me happy.
March 26, 2013
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Great boots.
I did a lot of research before finally ordering these boots. They seemed a good compromise between road and offroad use. Took a little getting use to the fastening procedure, but soon mastered it. They are comfortable after a short break in period. The polyurethane waterproof coating means that moisture doesn't escape well, but a good pair of wicking wool/polyester blend socks keep your feet from getting too soggy. Great boots.
October 7, 2013
Ride:
1993 Harley Davidson Low Rider Sport FXRS-SP
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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4 / 5
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Excellent all purpose boot for everyday riders
I was initially concerned with the stiffness of the boot but they broke in rather quickly and I only needed to adjust my shift lever a 1/2 inch to have everything work right. Very comfortable to ride in and once broken in, (a few days) they become very comfortable to walk in. I wont go hiking with them but the general touring that I do, these will work fine. A bit higher on the calf than what I had before which is what I wanted. Better protection and comfort for a reasonable price makes this one of my better choices in motorcycle gear.
May 7, 2014
Ride:
2012 Suzuki DL1000 V-Strom
Bang For The Buck
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Lots of protection for the money
I got these boots to replace the steel-toed work boots I've worn for motorcycling up to now. I was immediately impressed by how substantial they are. They were tight and squeaky at first, but have broken in well after walking around in them and doing some riding. They're not going to flow a lot of air but that's because they are waterproof; that said, they are pretty comfortable (though I've only had them long enough to have tried them in cool weather).

I typically wear a size 11.5. I got the size 12 and found that it initially felt a little tight but now feels comfortable. I think that was the right size.

The toe box is large enough that I have trouble fitting it between the floor board of my bike and the shifter lever, so I suppose I'll adjust the shifter lever, but that's easy enough.

Overall I'm pretty happy with these, I think they'll provide good protection and last a long time.
October 15, 2013
Ride:
2006 Honda VT1100C2 Shadow Sabre
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
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Really good fit as the size 12 I ordered fit perfectly and my width is a D.
They are stiff and require me to refine my shifting a little but I assume they will loosen up a bit with wear or I'll have to learn a new technique. They look and feel great.
November 18, 2013
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First boot, great boot
My shoe size ranges from 8-9.5. My dress shoes are usually an 8-8.5 . I originally bought the size 9 but they were VERY big. I sent them back and exchanged them for an 8 and I am really glad I did. I was originally afraid of thick socks would make them fit slightly small and I would not like them, but I have plenty of room in the 8. They broke in quickly and I think they are comfortable for walking around. I have small to medium size calves and I have the straps as short as possible. The boot is definitely made for people with large calves, but it still works for me. I have not tested their waterproofness yet, but they seem like they would work great. They are not too hot in the summer either, I am very happy with them.
July 15, 2013
Ride:
2013 Suzuki DR650SE
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Unbeatable features for the money
I've ridden 3500 miles on these boots on road and gravel, sand, mud (70/30) on the Chilean and Argentinian Patagonia. They are waterproof. I'be crossed a river with them. They are waterproof to the gaiter. They are very comfortable. You forget you've got them on when you're on the saddle. They are obviously not for walking long distances as they are stiff. This is a good thing. They protect your ankles, appropriate for light to moderate off-road duties (put your foot down). I also went down once, my 430 pound-KLR fell on my ankle. I did not sustain any injury whatsoever. The chin TPU's also do a terrific job of protecting from steel footpegs. The sole is quite sticky. You'll be fine as long as you stay out of deep mud and slippery (oily) tarmac. Longevity has proved quite appropriate to me. I can estimate they have reached 30% of their lifespan.
May 31, 2013
Ride:
2012 Kawasaki KLR650
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
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4 / 5
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4 / 5
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Good boot!
I had seriously considered the Kathmandu boot, but had concern it wouldn't provide much more protection than my current Danner duty boots. I compared the Kathmandu with the Scout and quickly realized there is no comparison. Hands down the Scout is a heavier, thicker, sturdier boot, thus I ended up paying more money for it. I dislike spending money, but am happy with this purchase and believe I purchased a boot that provides solid protection, just below my motocross boots. I typically wear a 12 to a 13 in boots and the 12 fit, albeit with out much in the way of wiggle room, but I believe the 13 would have been way too big.

Only potential negative....I believe these are going to be hot boots in the summer....really hot....but, I will take the waterproof and protection over a bit of sweaty feet.
April 9, 2013
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Why did you choose this?
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The video I watched
P R on Aug 15, 2016
Great boots, great price point, high quality, good looks. Everything you want in an adventure boot!
Colin D on Mar 3, 2016
The video I watched
P R on Aug 15, 2016
Great boots for waterproof. Nice fit and good quality.
Bruce B on May 31, 2016
Great boots, great price point, high quality, good looks. Everything you want in an adventure boot!
Colin D on Mar 3, 2016
dual sport/adventure boot you COULD walk in if you had to
Alan C on Feb 21, 2016
Have done considerable research for adventure riding boots which would allow for enough protection but also allow for more flex than a MX boot offers, so hopefully these will work. Of all the other brands this seems to be the best price and I have owned several Astar boots, like the quality and fit.
Daniel M on Feb 9, 2016
Right price, right protection for what I need.
Eric C on Feb 4, 2016
Not too many graphics. Looks simple, and subdued. They might even fit.... that would be cool.
CyberWes on Feb 2, 2016
Solid waterproof boots. Feel very substantial - much better protection than the steel-toed work boots I'd been wearing before.
Jacob R on Dec 2, 2015
I have had these boots for a year now and still great. They don't get weak in any pressure points and the latches are still holding on nice and snug.
Tynert2 on Sep 11, 2015
I wanted warm, dry all-weather boots that would hold up in a crash, weren't too warm for a Maine summer, and were decent to walk in. I haven't crashed in them yet, but everything else worked out fine. I'm optimistic about the protection in a crash, but there's only one way to be sure.
JM1968 on Jul 31, 2015
recommended by a mechanic in my local motorcycle dealership who has a pair as being a good waterproof boot at a reasonable price
R J on Jul 6, 2015
used to buy SIDI.. I think they are over prized ..
Like the Motocross look.
Rafael M on Jun 30, 2015
Best all leather dual sport boot. They fit great but a little hot.
David G on Jun 29, 2015
My feet were cold.
David J on Jun 19, 2015
Recommended by another rider. About to take a long road trip.
Robert H on Jun 3, 2015
These boots came recommended as a good ADV boot.
Laura V on Jun 1, 2015
have had alpinestar boots before , always a great boot.
Tracey F on May 17, 2015
These boots were highly recommended by a couple of friends, one of whom who used a pair for extensive riding in Asia and the other went all through South America. I'm looking forward to trying them on.
David B on Apr 14, 2015
Aline's have a wider sizing to fit my feet and the price fell within my budget
Luke S on Apr 7, 2015
Great reviews, wide size, and price.....supposedly has more protection than other dual-sport boots.
Chris K on Feb 27, 2015
This are for my cousin, and the experience with this brand is excellent.
Carlos O on Feb 23, 2015
Video review for Dual Sport boots
Anthony M on Feb 18, 2015
For my hot wife. She was wearing some old road boots on her GS and aside from not providing appropriate protection they finally wore out. Looked around for womens sizes in adventure boots and suddenly the options were limited. I was looking for something with stitched soles (rather than the modular/molded ones), waterproof liners, and a good rugged build; found all that here in smaller sizes. Winner.
Billy S on Feb 8, 2015
I like the Alpinestar boots and needed another pair.
A M on Jan 17, 2015
on boyfriend's Christmas list
Juan A on Dec 21, 2014
description price
Michael B on Nov 28, 2014
Waterproof, reasonably priced, ease of entry, tall. Stitched on sole ( I've had problems with sole to boot glue separation) sole can be replaced by cobbler.
Robert H on Nov 23, 2014
I've been wearing my steel toe work boots for rides on and off the road. This will be my first time buying "riding boots", and I picked these specifically for the waterproof feature. Compared to other boots, price wise, I thought the extra protection was a plus. The ratcheting straps were a draw as well. I'm not a long time rider, but in my experience wet feet on a long ride make for a LONG ride..
Christopher D on Nov 22, 2014
Your review
Roberto L on Nov 10, 2014
Good reviews, excellent information in video review, great protective features for the price.
BobbyB on Aug 8, 2014
I've been wanting to buy these boots for months. Revzilla offered free shipping to Alaska! Sold!
William Y on Jun 26, 2014
This was my second pair of Alpinestars boots. I liked the second pair so much that I bought these!
Jeff S on Jun 11, 2014
Needed basic protection and wanted to keep feet dry while being able to walk in boots at destination.
Alan S on May 21, 2014
Requested by recipient
Anita S on Apr 20, 2014
waterproof, sole design, video presentation, price.
Larry C on Apr 8, 2014
good price, great boot
Patrick S on Apr 5, 2014
Needed an all purpose boot for adventure touring and walking.
D I on Mar 25, 2014
good old fashion black leather off road boot [ no external plastic] very flexible and comfortable waterproof dualsport boots.
brian p on Mar 25, 2014
Waterproof, the sole, and protection.
Roger R on Mar 24, 2014
Looking for a good adv boot and after calling your shop and reading reviews this appeared like a good boot. I am very scared of the fit I will get but thought I would try this at least once.
Eric L on Mar 22, 2014
Good price and good reviews
Jay S on Mar 18, 2014
Very comfortable boots right out of the box. Good protection. They are definitely waterproof and easy to walk in. The buckles coupled with the upper velcro strap provide great adjustability.
MICHAEL M on Mar 7, 2014
Wide foot, large calf, waterproof, low price. Recommended by Revzilla.
Glenn M on Jan 18, 2014
They looked cool, are made by a top-notch company, and I needed a new pair of Dual Sport boots.
Corry R on Jan 14, 2014
Needed a pair of sturdy boots. These are great. They have a nice wide bed, and offer much better protection than regular touring boots. If you have a wider foot, like I do, these work well. High quality stuff, and they don't leak either.
Sean S on Dec 25, 2013
General reviews and need a boot with a little more protection.
Matt R on Dec 23, 2013
great boots, haven't leaked yetâ?¦
Glen C on Dec 18, 2013
Needed a good all around dual sporting boot, and the reviews led me to this boot.
Jason H on Nov 18, 2013
Great price. Comfort. Waterproof.
Paul G on Nov 3, 2013
Winter protection at a strikingly good price. Would wear them almost all year if I didn't love my TRQ's so much.
Morris B on Oct 1, 2013
Great boots for waterproof. Nice fit and good quality.
Bruce B on May 31, 2016
dual sport/adventure boot you COULD walk in if you had to
Alan C on Feb 21, 2016
Can a pair of jeans fit outside of these? Looking for a decent riding boot, but one that I can wear jeans with at work on casual day as well and look fairly decent around the office.
Jeff K on Aug 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: It would definitely have to be a boot cut jean. These are pretty substantial boots. Not to mention you would not want to wear these all day anyway. They are okay for walking around off the bike a bit, but not a walk around all day boot. And they definitely do not look like a casual boot when wearing them. Lastly, they do not breath well and your feet and ankles will be soaking wet all day. I love the boots when riding. They are definitely waterproof and good in cooler weather. They are my only riding boots and I live in Texas. Ugh! In the 20 minutes it takes me ride home in 100* weather my socks are almost dripping wet. I would not use them for the purpose you are considering, but that's just my opinion. Hope this helps.
Do these boots have any lateral ankle support or just impact protection? How are they to walk in?
Neal C on Jun 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Aside from really thick leather i don't think that there is anything else in there. I don't think they need any. They do take some time to brake in. Walking, less stiff then snowboard boots but more than a tall hiking shoe. It is definitely hard to shift for a while.Once i broke them in they got allot better. I took those boots on a two week trip to Colorado, Arizona and Utah. Put on around 4K on a BMW f650gs dacar, through some pretty rough stuff. I fell off quite flew times. Rode through 90 degree days as well as 15 degrees, Through snow covered mountain passes and river crossings. The boots are 100% waterproof and water stays out but they also keep sweet in so be aware of that. They work best in for 15 to 70 weather. They do get toasty at 90 deg. but you don't notice until you take them off. Overall they are a good quality adventure boots but not racing. I have had them for quite a while and use them for everything, they don't seem to wear at all. I was worried that the latches will wear out but they are holding up with significant abuse(scraped multiple rocks branches, mud packed and still latch) Definitely High End Stuff and i recommend them. Sizes are true i ordered a 12 and wear a 12 was a little on a tight side but once broke in was perfect. Hope that helps.
Marcin
I wear Alpinestars for road racing and use a size 44, should I be choosing a 10 or 11 from the sizing chart? I typically wear a size 10.5 shoe.
A shopper on Sep 19, 2011
BEST ANSWER: I have Alpinestar (for Triumph) Goretex touring boots, they read size EUR 44, and 9.5 US on the tag. I typically wear a size 10.5 running shoe and these boots fit like gloves. I also have the Alpinestar Scout WP's. They say Size 10 US and 44.5 EUR. These fit a little large, which is what I intended as I wear them with heavy socks and a winter footbed (insole) Based upon what you wrote, I would go with no larger than 10 from the size chart.
How tall is this boot?
A shopper on Jun 21, 2012
BEST ANSWER: In a size 10, the external height is 14.5 inches, and the internal height is 13 inches.
i do alot of atv riding in the cold....i was wondering if these were a warm boot....just had a cold foot experience after christmas ride...thanks john
A shopper on Dec 31, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Hi John,
Yes, it's a pretty warm boot- very sturdy and thick- but if you are going to be out in the cold for extended periods of time I'd consider either a battery-powered heated insole or socks to go along with it. I've found my pair of Scouts to be much warmer than my old Oxtars, or even my Vasque hiking boots- and I've been riding regularly now, so far, down into the twenties- but only for 20-30 min at a time for my commute to work. Might be fine for longer, but don't know yet! HTH.
How is the tactile feel when shifting? I hate not being able to feel shift lever. Is it leather or hard plastic on top of my toe?
brian w on Dec 31, 2013
BEST ANSWER: You can feel the shift lever when shifting but there is not a lot feel, more binary (there, not there) than anything else. It's not like a road race boot that gives a lot of feel. More feel than a true MX boot though. I found the toe a little chunky but got used to it after a week or so.
The description talks about these having a stitched sole. Is the sole replaceable at all, if it wears out?
Aaron A on Jan 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Aaron, I believe that they are replaceable, that's one of the main reasons why I bought them. I just looked at my boots and I can clearly see where they are stitched to the boot. I bought these because I was chewing through the soles of my goretex web boots. ( I ride a GS Adventure ang the footpegs are metal). I have ridden about 30,000km and I have barely any damage to the soles of my Scout boots. I think the soles will last a long time, (I would have worn through the sole of the goretex web boots by now). I've also had no issues with water and I really like the buckles as opposed to a zipper. I would definitely recommend these boots.

Mike
I bought a pair of the scouts. They are nice. What is the recommended treatment, spray, coating etc. to preserve them?
Neil R on Jun 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure. I know that they have a polyurethane coating so some sort of ploy based treatment would work. Maybe NIKWAX.
How is the width of this boot? I'm comfortable in an 11.5 New Balance tennis shoe. Just about any other brand is too narrow. When I buy wide widths they are too loose.
RichardBronosky on Oct 1, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I found the width to be pretty normal standard width. These boots will feel like ski boots (stiff and big) at first, but they break in quickly and relax very well- but not too much! Had mine for nearly two years now, and will most likely get another pair- if these ever wear out, which they are nowhere near right now. Even the lugged soles have 40-50% of the cleats left- incredible for a daily and touring rider. Couldn't recommend them more if you're looking for more protection in a WP, calf-height boot- without the Power Ranger look. ;-)

Steve
What kind of a Guarantee against leaks do these boots have???
A shopper on Mar 6, 2012
BEST ANSWER: I don't know what boots the other guy referred to, but there's no perforated leather on my boots. Even the best rubber boot will allow water in through the top. I've never had wet feet while wearing the Scouts, and I minimize the possibility be wearing my pant legs over the boot instead of tucked-in.