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  • 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
  • Scout WP boot is CE certified
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Alpinestars Scout WP Boots 4.6 5 109 109
Great boots for dual sport I think the Alpinestars Scouts are really great for a dual sport boot where you are going to spend part of the ride off road. The boots break in fast. At first you think you won't be able to shift but after an hour you are fine. The size 12 fits my foot great. I wear a13 in Keens or New Balance and like a wider shoe. The boots are warm and will be hot in summer. The one concern I have is the buckles are not very beefy looking or robust. They are very adjustable but a little difficult. These are not motocross boots, but for the money, and dual sport riding, they rock. Consider that the new Alpinestar retro motocross boots are $450, $200 more. April 16, 2014
Great comfortable boot! I usually wear knee high leather boots, but living in Oregon i needed a good pair of waterproof boots that are also tall. These boots look great and are easy to get in and out of. The material on the inside keeps your foot warm and also comfortable. The boot is a bit stiff in the beginning, which makes it a bit hard to shift, but are wearing in nicely. I would highly recommend these boots if you live in a wet or cold area. April 11, 2014
Great boot all around Only a few hundred miles so far but really happy with fit and overall quality of this boot. Friends who own them have reported great waterproofness, but haven't been in really torrential rains yet myself. Takes some breaking in, which is normal for leather. Taking them on a 9000 mile tour without question. February 27, 2014
Simple yet Great Boot The boot starts off a bit too stiff but breaks in very quickly to a firm but comfortable fit. After a couple weeks I could not be happier with my purchase. February 24, 2014
A bargan at twice the price. I got a new KTM 1190R and a complete set of new riding gear. These boots are the best part of the new gear. I expected to pay at least 50% more, but the Revzilla guy recommended these. Having worn them, I would pay twice as much. I have a large calf and a wide foot so I'm hard to fit. I got another pair of different brand boots, same size at the same time for dirt bike riding, and had to return them because I couldn't close them around my calf. I've worn these boots a few rides, but last weekend we did a 500+ mile ride near the Ho rain forest in Washington, and it rained an inch in four hours. My new jacket leaked a little, but the boots did not. When we finally stopped at Forks for the night, I was able to pull my feet out and put them right in my sneakers. They are reasonably good for walking around. The sole is stiff, but not as much as dirt bike boots. It flexes a little, but it is limiting. I have not tried hiking in them, but I imagine I will soon, as my riding partner is a hiker. He's wearing dirt bike boots, so I have that advantage. I need it! I have no complaint about these boots at all. I would recommend them to anyone that asks. They are adequately protective and, I think, a bargain. February 19, 2014
You get what you pay for. I waited some time prior to posting my review so I could have a good feel for the boots. About me: I ride a KLR 650 both on and off road usually every weekend with occasional 300 + mile touring jaunts. Not an inexpensive set of boots, but I am very pleased with them. I have not once gone back to my old boots on any ride since purchasing these. They do take time to break in as they are very stiff when you first get them. I've put about 1500 miles on them in just over two months and I'd say they were broken in towards the end of the 1st month. Great ankle support which I have never had from any boot before. Fully waterproof. Relatively easy to clean when you get them muddy. I wear a 10.5 tennis shoe, and typically a 10 in boots. I ordered the 10 and it was spot on as far as sizing. My wife ordered a different version of the Alpinestars boots after my ranting about how much these were an improvement over our old footwear. January 26, 2014
Decent boot, lacking in ankle / heel protection It's a fine boot that fits and wears well so far. The ankles and heel could have better protection. Overall I am satisfied and would buy them again. January 17, 2014
Great boot for under $300 I moved from a full AlpStar dirt boot to the Scout because I am now riding an dual sport bike. This boot is lighter, thinner and more comfortable. I was plesantly suprised at the feel of the boot while riding, well built for riding position and agresssive stance. I could brake and shift without any resistance from the stiff shell. I do not live in an extremely cold climate, I found these boots got a bit warm during the day and its winter. January 1, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Larry C: waterproof, sole design, video presentation, price. Apr 8, 2014
Patrick S: good price, great boot Apr 5, 2014
D I: Needed an all purpose boot for adventure touring and walking. Mar 25, 2014
brian p: good old fashion black leather off road boot [ no external plastic] very flexible and comfortable waterproof dualsport boots. Mar 25, 2014
Roger R: Waterproof, the sole, and protection. Mar 24, 2014
Eric L: 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. Mar 22, 2014
Jay S: Good price and good reviews Mar 18, 2014
MICHAEL M: 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. Mar 7, 2014
Glenn M: Wide foot, large calf, waterproof, low price. Recommended by Revzilla. Jan 18, 2014
Corry R: They looked cool, are made by a top-notch company, and I needed a new pair of Dual Sport boots. Jan 14, 2014
Sean S: 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. Dec 25, 2013
Matt R: General reviews and need a boot with a little more protection. Dec 23, 2013
Glen C: great boots, haven't leaked yetâ?¦ Dec 18, 2013
Jason H: Needed a good all around dual sporting boot, and the reviews led me to this boot. Nov 18, 2013
Paul G: Great price. Comfort. Waterproof. Nov 3, 2013
Morris B: Winter protection at a strikingly good price. Would wear them almost all year if I didn't love my TRQ's so much. Oct 1, 2013
Aaron K: I like and trust the brand, they are the most visually appealing to me in this adventure style riding boot and the price was better than anywhere else. Also, I just spoke with one of your sales staff before I placed the order and he made me feel confident the sizing choice was correct...motorcycle people helping motorcycle people, what a GREAT concept! Thanks! Sep 21, 2013
Francisco R: because a friend of mine told me that they were very good Sep 17, 2013
James L: These are the worlds greatest motorcycle boots. Sep 15, 2013
John R: Decent protection from the elements at a good price point. Sep 9, 2013
Glenn H: Long process of elimination. I'd just turned my bike over on my leg and ankle (at a dead stop, how embarrassing) and decided I wanted more protection than my Doc Martins offer. Since I have an adventure bike in my future, I thought I'd kill two birds with one stone with these boots. I love them! Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked: 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. Sep 19, 2011
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multimotors: 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. Oct 10, 2011
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henrymartin: If A* size 44 fits you, then it should be size 10. I wear 44 or 10 in just about everything, short of a very few manufacturers in hiking stuff, where sometimes it is 9.5 and other times 10.5. As far as bike boots, I have not had any 44 or 10 that would not fit me. Size 45 would be 11. Feb 12, 2012
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joet3ch: I wear a size 11 Merrill sneaker and size 10.5 Asolo hiking boot. I chose size 10 and they fit perfect with a pair of wool socks. Feb 20, 2012
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MightyBobo: I'd go one size up, personally. I went an 11.5W and went with the 12, and it fit great. May 27, 2013
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krumgrinder: My experience was that the Alpinestars 10 fit me perfectly where I usually wear a 10.5. Oct 31, 2011
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Johnny5: Go with a 11. If you wear a 10.5 go .5 bigger in size on Alpinestars. Sep 20, 2011
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DocBrown: If you normally wear a 10.5 then size 10 should work. They run big. Dec 24, 2012
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GoFasterPB: I usually wear 11.5 and bought the size 11, which fit perfectly. Mar 26, 2013
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Lostnot: 44 worked for me same size foot Apr 17, 2012
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A shopper asked: How tall is this boot? Jun 21, 2012
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RevZilla: In a size 10, the external height is 14.5 inches, and the internal height is 13 inches. Jun 25, 2012
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DMan: I wear a size 8 and from the ground up it's just under 14 inchs. Sep 16, 2012
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KonaJoe: These Boots measure about 14inches from the ground to the top. Jul 16, 2012
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Fibzzz: I can't offer an actual measurement but the Scout is quite tall, around 2-3" taller than my street boot (in size 13). But I haven't found the height to be an issue at all. They fit fine with my leathers and Klim riding suit, and they fit under jeans. I actually like the additional protection of the taller boot. Aug 13, 2012
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geekysteve: It extends approximately 1.75" beyond my ankle. I'd call it a "crew cut" boot - similar to your average hiking boot, but maybe .5" taller. Jun 22, 2012
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rafiki911: They are a little bit taller than my Dainese Track boots. Oct 16, 2012
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A shopper asked: 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 Dec 31, 2011
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krumgrinder: 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.
Jan 2, 2012
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KonaJoe: Although I have only had these boots for a month, and also only in the month of June-July. I would say that these boots are warm. I'm not too naturally insulated and usually get cold easily. My feet are quite toasty in these boots.

(Note: I previously had a pair of Goretex Alpinstar Road Boots. They always were warm even when riding in 30-40 degree weather. These boots are thicker and taller and have a very similar feel in terms of insulation quality.) Hope this helps.
Jul 16, 2012
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MightyBobo: I've ridden these boots in high 40, low 50 degree weather several times, and my feet are perfectly warm. They are quite bulky, and the thermal/waterproof lining is quite thick. I cant imagine winter would be much worse - maybe these combined with some thermal socks would do the trick! May 27, 2013
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DMan: I have been on long rides in 7 (degrees Celsius) and have not felt cold, I have been wearing medium to light thickness socks. Hope this helps. Cheers Dman. Sep 16, 2012
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NikeHerc: John, these boots have a little extra room for a pair of thick wool socks and I've never felt a chill in my feet at all. Jan 2, 2012
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rafiki911: I live in Canada and ride in pretty cold weather and these boots have kept me warm:) Oct 16, 2012
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brian w asked: 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? Dec 31, 2013
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Doug T: 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. Jan 2, 2014
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brian p: no external plastic,good ankle flex ,very easy to shift [fast woods riding] good DS boots. Jan 3, 2014
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Davidson L: I have been riding with these on my dual sport bike for close to a year and the leather in the toe area is still rather firm, they offer good protection for a pretty basic boot. there is plenty of ankle support and adjustability with the buckles. after a long day on a dual sport event my feet and ankles are not tired at all and I have had several spills with the bike coming down on my leg and foot with no injuries . As far as tactile feel there is no shift pad stiched on the boot it is all leather, but it is firm leather and I don't feel the shifter through it , which for me that is a good thing but may not suit your liking. For this type of boot I think it is more about protection and these do a great job, I would recommend these to any dual sport rider as a good choice. I have been stuck in a water crossing or two as well and they are truly waterproof, they are very functional boot for a lot of conditions even with no perforations they don't get too hot, but I recommend a coolmax type sock. Jan 2, 2014
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Dan W: Stiff leather - it's not a pliable race boot, but you can still feel it - I'm on a GSA and don't have any issues with feel - I think these are great boots for the $$'s - did a bunch of research and have friends with the Sidi's - a bit too pricy for me and from discussions don't deliver that much more. I did have to adjust the shifter to accommodate the boot. Jan 2, 2014
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Jeff S: It's not bad at all. I can feel the shifter well enough to know it's there and can feel the "click" as the bike shifts. The top of the boot is leather, not plascticy and disconnected. Jan 2, 2014
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Aaron A asked: The description talks about these having a stitched sole. Is the sole replaceable at all, if it wears out? Jan 8, 2014
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Mike R: 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
Jan 8, 2014
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Stacey R: I would Assume so. I think that is a question for the manufacturer or a shoe repair person.

I can tell you that I love these boots. They are very comfortable, easy to wear and walk in. They are great in the rain and cold. They offer protection and have been the perfect all around boot. I rode from Colorado to Alaska in them, off road and on road.

Hope that helps,
A satisfied customer!
Jan 8, 2014
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Dan V: First off, I love these boots. I find them the perfect in between boots between my offroad boots and my full on road boots.

As far as the sole goes, You'd have to do a LOT of walking or dragging them on the asphalt to wear them out. that being said, any good shoe repair shop should have no problems replacing the sole. The soles are completely stitched.
Jan 9, 2014
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Joseph H: Yes - it is a stitched on sole. I've been told it is replaceable Jan 11, 2014
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Richard B asked: 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. Oct 1, 2013
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Stephen K: 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
Oct 4, 2013
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John R: I wear a sz 11 New Balance that says EUR 45. My Astar boot says sz 11, EUR 45.5. The boot fits great. But I usually look for the wide size in a shoe. The boot is definitely not to wide for me. It tends to be just slightly to narrow. The boot also has more room in the heel than the toe. Hope this helps. Oct 4, 2013
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Dan W: NB tends to be a wide shoe. I'm fairly narrow, so these fit great, even with a Superfeet insole (which takes up volume, but not necessarily width). My guess is that you may find them tight. The issue is you can't really have them stretched since they have a WP liner in them. Revzilla is great, give them a try and if they don't fit, they'll take them back. Oct 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: What kind of a Guarantee against leaks do these boots have??? Mar 6, 2012
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Str8Laced: 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. May 28, 2013
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BDBGoalie21: If you are referring to if they keep water out, the sole is soild and will keep water out. The upper is perforated leather, so your feet will get wet through the top. Not terribly, but they are definately not waterproof. Mar 20, 2012
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RevZilla: They have a one (1) year guarantee against leaks, from the manufacturer. May 1, 2012
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Gavin D asked: Hi Guys n' Gals.

Question: How easy is it to re-sole this boot? I know that's a long-shot reality for a new boot but I like to keep my gear in good shape and I like it to last. Can a skilled cobbler stitch on a new sole?

Also, how does this boot compare to the Gaerne G-Adventure boot? I have narrow feet and have a custom orthotic - would that fit ok?

Thanks everyone.

Gavin
Feb 12, 2014
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A s: I have both ! The scout is best of class and my favorite. It can be resoled $100 only by alpinestars at :
Natalie Proskine
Customer Service

Alpinestars Inc
Mar 14, 2014
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Leslie S: I have been told AP would resole and a skilled cobbler sure could. Mar 14, 2014
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Alpinestars Men's Race Boots Sizing

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EU Size

USA Size JPN Size
36 3.5 22.5
37 4 23
38 5 24
39 6 25
40 6.5 25.5
41 7.5 26
42 8 26.5
43 9 27.5
44 9.5 28.5
45 10.5 29.5
46 11.5 30
47 12 30.5
48 12.5 31.5
49 13.5 32
50 14 33

BOOT SIZING NOTES: The above sizing chart is provided by Alpinestars, in RevZilla's experience we have found the EUR->US sizing conversions as presented here to be slightly off. Below is RevZilla's recommendation for Men's Boots. 

EU Size

USA Size
42 8
43 9-9.5
44 10-10.5
45 11

As always, this size chart is only a guide and provides no guarantees of a perfect fit.

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

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