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Alpinestars Web Gore-Tex Boots

  • Outer side zipper closure system for easy entry and exit
  • Plastic molded shin plate covered by a pressure stamped section of leather
  • Internal support is provided by injection-molded plastic on the ankles
  • Internal heel counter
  • Internal toe counter is layered under the leather
  • Alpinestars' exclusive vulcanized compound sole with unique side wrapping design
  • Water-resistant full-grain oil leather upper
  • Injected PU shifter area
  • Waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex lining
  • Soft micro fiber instep flex zone
  • Removable anatomic perforated foot bed
  • Velcro calf adjustment
  • Multi-density EVA padding
  • Rear reflective insert for increased visibility
  • Available in European sizes 34-50

Please Note:  Alpinestars changed the soles of the Web Gore-Tex Boots, they are slightly different than shown in the video.

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Alpinestars Web Gore-Tex Boots 4.6 5 109 109
Great boots Followed the Revzilla fitting advice and these boots fit perfectly. Pretty easy to break in, they feel stout and well made. Not a great fan of velcro, but the closure system on these, works well and hasn't come loose or got caught on the bike yet. Probably too warm to be worn in the heat of summer, but good for the other three seasons. Very comfortable on and off the bike. And I think good value for money. October 19, 2014
Good Boot at a Good Price I have had these boots for about 3 weeks, I haven't tested them in rain but I am sure they will do just fine. I bought them on the recommendation of a friend that already has this boot and he was spot on with comfort and fit, they are like walking in a pair of tennis shoes. October 13, 2014
Excellent boot, not convinced it will be toasty in winter Bought these boots three days before a two-week, 3,000 mile road trip. Wore them around the house for a couple of days, and they were comfortable from the get-go, and by the third day they were genuinely comfortable. Wore them for 12 hours per day on average! We got soaked on one day of our ride, and my feet stayed dry, which is enough for me. However, that day makes me think thermal socks might be a good idea for any sort of serious cold weather riding. Our hottest day was mid-80s and the boots were fine for that. The exhaust on my Triumph Sprint made the heel of my right boot uncomfortably hot if I didn't remember to keep my foot away from the bike, though. Probably more a fault of the bike than the boot. My feet run a bit wide and these boots were great for that. I normally wear an 11 and based on reviews here, bought size 46 boots and don't regret that decision at all. For the price these are a great boot and would buy them again. September 23, 2014
Good replacement boots I haven't had the boots long enough to test their waterproof-ness, but I trust goretex. They look as expected and considering that they were on clearance, for the price paid they are outstanding. I wear 9-9 1/2 on shoes, I usually buy 9 1/2 - 10 boots to fit my wide foot, these were 9 and they fit a bit on the tight side, requiring a couple of days to break in. Now they feel comfortable for a day long ride. I hope they will last for a few years while keep being waterproof September 17, 2014
Great first boot From a beginner rider's perspective, this seems to be a great first boot. The boots appear to be well made with quality materials. The fit was initially a little snug, but the boots broke-in quickly after wearing them at home in the house only a few times. The sole is stiff, but could be worn comfortably when off the bike. I can attest to waterproof ability, as it rained on me during my first ride with these boots and my feet were warm and dry during a good down pour. I purchased when on sale, and based on my comparison to other boots with similar features, I feel it was a good deal. Gave only 4 stars because I have no experience with other boots with which to compare these boots. August 25, 2014
Real Sized Feet? I really wanted to love these boots for the features - Closeout and all. They were just what I wanted. I followed the guidance of the excellent on-line help in trying to size these right and, well got singed a bit. Traded a few email to get it done. Now I have to send them back, lose valuable time and money ($7.45 for Revzilla's prepaid UPS and my gas 35 miles to a UPS Store#. And, I still don't have a badly needed pair of riding boots. Here's the deal. Contrary to staff opinion, these Alpinestars run narrow. Yes they run big #as in long# but when you have foot hanging over both sides of the last #and sole) it is not a good fit. In a good quality US made boot I can wear a true D width. I'm not sure where these Alpinestars might actually be a D. Golly I hate buying clothing and footware on-line August 19, 2014
Great Boots Love these boots. Second pair. Last pair went two years and 25k miles with me. Looking forward to another great experience. August 18, 2014
Nice Boots at a Reasonable Price These boots were part of my gear for a 2,600 mile round trip to Florida and I was impressed. The sizing in spot on and they fit really well. They are comfortable and while I can't call them "stylish", I sometimes wear them around the office and no one is really the wiser. They are comfortable to walk around in and don't slip at all. They zip up tightly and stayed completely dry in inside while going through a rainstorm. The only downside that I could find is airflow but I haven't found a waterproof boot yet with good airflow (if they exist!). Overall very pleased with these boots and I can tell that they will last a good long time. August 16, 2014
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David H: Great boot.Best money spent on boots.Love the ease of install and the comfort. Oct 20, 2014
Nesbitt C: Protective, GoreTex, high marks from wearers, and fit better than comparable TCX. Wide footbed. Sep 29, 2014
Roger S: Bought these as a replacement for Sidi Tours. These are a bit more comfortable and softer feeling than the Sidi's - walking through national monuments is no problem. They keep my feet dry and work well on my Ducati MS or my Vstrom. I do wear a taller sock. Sep 20, 2014
Charles H T: Looking for other than "Made in China" (Hecho en Chien) good quality, Gore-Tex riding boot. Went a few rounds with Andy Mello to finally pick these. Taking his recommendation on brand, model, and sizing. Looking forward to trying these on and going riding. Hopefully, saved some money along the way. Hope like heck they fit as this is a close out item and a Euro 44 may not be available when and if needed. We will deal with that when and if it becomes necessary. Aug 13, 2014
Lillo B: Good price. Water proof Aug 13, 2014
Alan C: revzilla video indicates these waterproof boots are not too hot for summer riding and they appear to offer good protection. good price also. Aug 12, 2014
Robert M: replaces similar Alpinestars boots that I've used for commuting and light touring for 8 years. At closeout price, an excellent value for Gore Tex lined boots Aug 11, 2014
Dermot M: I had the same pair 12 years ago and wore them out. Great commuting boots. Aug 7, 2014
Jerem K: I chose this boot due to look, cost, reputation of brand quality and based on reviews on revzilla's website. Jul 15, 2014
Vicki W: My son just purchased a motorcycle and I wanted to get him a pair of boots and he picked these. I hope he likes them. Jul 15, 2014
Earl B: Price, features, recommendation of a friend Jul 13, 2014
samuel m: Great boots...very comfortable and have kept my feet dry and toasty. They also seem to breathe reasonably well in warmer weather. I am very pleased with them thus far. Jul 8, 2014
GREGORY M: Attempting to fit wide calves; these were suggested by Revzilla rep after trying Daytona Lady Stars that didn't work out. Jul 7, 2014
Todd G: All the reviews said this was the best boot for the buck! Jul 7, 2014
Keith T: Replacement for some Joe Rocket sonic boots where the zipper failed. Thought (and was correct) that this was a better constructed boot. A couple of inches shorter than a full-sized boot, I can pack both boots into one side case. Only negative is the top of the boot sometimes catches on the foot peg when lifting my foot from the ground. Jun 17, 2014
Wilson L: Wanted a waterproof boot mainly for colder weather riding. Quality is good, fit chart was accurate. Toe box is big, and ankle/sole is quite stiff (as RevZ video indicates). Because of this, it is not a good boot for sport riding where frequent fast upshifts are needed, but works very well for general street riding. Have not needed the GoreTex waterproof function through the spring, but I am sure it is a good waterproof boot. Jun 14, 2014
Steve S: I have a pair of these that I've just about worn out, so I am replacing them. They have been absolutely water tight through all kinds of weather for many years of cross country travel and daily commutes. Jun 12, 2014
michael g: These are super comfortable boots to walk in and wear for hours. They didn't need any break in though other reviews say the contrary. So happy and they look awesome. I wear them as regular shoes while at work and I did pop in my own insoles from REI that helps with arch comfort. LOVE THESE BOOTS. Jun 10, 2014
Darin W: On sale May 30, 2014
A S: I needed a decent touring boot. May 26, 2014
Adrian V: They meet my needs and I like the style. May 17, 2014
Jason B: Needed good waterproof boot May 3, 2014
kevin a: gore-tex boots for $200 .......... great deal boots look good and are fine for walking May 2, 2014
Alain B: Was looking for waterproof and breathable boots. At that price, and based on reviews, that's a no brainer. Apr 23, 2014
Nathan R: Fantastic every day boots. Work great in the heat, cool, rain or whatever the roads throw at you. Good balance of comfy and stiff for riding a sport-touring bike. Apr 13, 2014
Scott F: Replacing a worn out pair that has last me for eight years as a daily boot and for MANY miles of riding. Apr 2, 2014
dinesh k: The closeout deal just made it irresistible and it has got some of the best long term reviews. Mar 17, 2014
Noah C: The gore-tex Mar 10, 2014
James S: Needed a year round boot that would keep me dry in the rain and not too hot in the summer. Feb 26, 2014
James O: Positive reviews and affordable price. Feb 25, 2014
Charles Y: Good reviews, on sale, just what I was looking for. Feb 24, 2014
David R: I have several Alpinestars boots and I like the quality. I needed some waterproof boots for a tour later this year and bought these. Feb 14, 2014
Jamal W: This item was discounted. It's also all black, which matches the motorcycle I plan to purchase. Feb 11, 2014
Chris C: Good reviews both on your site and in a magazine. Good value. Feb 6, 2014
crispin s: After much research and the helpfull videos on this site, these boots seemed best bang for buck, lets hope i agree when they arive. Jan 29, 2014
michael b: Brand, style, leather material, price. Jan 19, 2014
Derek M: My summer boots are Alpinestars. Love them. Jan 1, 2014
Darin K: Extremely comfortable with different insole inserts. Wore them for a 15 day 5,000 mile ride during the summer and they were not too hot. Wore them on the last few cool rides in the 40s-50s and they were very warm. Love these boots. Dec 26, 2013
Ben D: Was looking for a good all-season riding boot with water and impact protection, good grip, and nice styling. This one fit the bill. Dec 17, 2013
Huang C: This is my 5th Alpinestars boots. Tried other brands 3 times, just knowing what's right for me. Dec 15, 2013
Hilary H: Already have a pair - love them - cool in summer / warm in winter - fit is great.
I'm a 10 1/2 US shoe - got the size 45 - perfect.
Had to throw down bike at 60 mph to avoid accident, boots got scarred but feet didn't.
Wanted a second pair before fit or sole changes with new model.
Dec 7, 2013
Gerry L: Positive reviews, Dec 4, 2013
Ray b: Reputation, price, features GORETEX! Nov 23, 2013
D A: Gore-Tex for <$200 Nov 17, 2013
Jason M: Because my feet were getting wet. Oct 29, 2013
Paulo A: Alpinestar...goretex....price and Revzilla Oct 5, 2013
Thomas F: Gortex to keep my feet warm and dry and still breath plus could'nt beat the sale closeout price and there good looking to top it all off! Thanks to Alpinestars and Revzilla! Sep 30, 2013
Daniel O: Good reviews, Good price & free shipping Sep 28, 2013
Joshua B: Its winter so these waterproof boots are what fit the bill. Sep 19, 2013
Christopher S: Great fall/winter protection for commuting on my motorcycle Aug 23, 2013
R O: Have an older pair that the soles are wearing out on. Very comfortable and they keep my feet dry. Aug 20, 2013
SeViC asked: Hi, i'm going to buy my first boots, i need something i can wear all the year (assuming that in summer or winter they may not be up to the task, but that something i'm gonna have to deal with) the use will be commuting, and some short trips. I'm deciding between the s-mx5 and the web-goretex, what are your opinions? will the web goretex being usable in the summer?
thanks!
Oct 20, 2014
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Mark L: I've used the Web Gore Tex Boots for the 2014 Riding Season and have found them to be a great boot! I live in the Pacific Northwest so it's a mixed bag of riding conditions year round, and the boots have been a great day to day choice. They are definitely water proof in all situations, provide good protection with the built in shin guards and are easy on and off with the inner zipper and velcro closure. On the hot summer day they are warm and maybe even hot to wear, but I don't mind that. They look good and are easy to walk around in when you're off the bike for fuel, checking into the Hotel, grabbing lunch or whatever. I have 2 pair of boots and these are always my first choice when getting on the bike.... Oct 21, 2014
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Jeff G: I'm on my second set of Web Gortex's...I like them a lot, and use them year round here in SoCal. I've worn them in temps from the uppper 20's to 113 degrees. They are very comfortable boots! Oct 21, 2014
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Wayne T: I wear my Web Gore-tex boots all year. I ride a Concours 14 and my toes only get slightly cold in 20 degree temps and the boots are not hot in the summer. Oct 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello, what is the height of the boot from bottom of sole to top? I want to compare it with the height of my current boots.
Is it possible to get the height of ALL the boots added to the descriptions and/or videos?
For me, it would be good to know before placing an order.
May 8, 2011
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Goldwing1: The height in the back is 11 inches. They curve gently upward forward so that the height at the shin is around 12 inches from the ground. I have a pair of SIDI waterproof boots (for winter riding) and SIDI Evo-airs for dry summer riding, and with these boots standing side-by side on the shelf they're pretty much exactly the same. As an aside, the SIDIs fit very snug, and the length is slightly too short for me. I much prefer the fit of the TCXs, especially since the looser fit allows one to customize the feel with various insoles. Incidentally, these flow as much air as my Evo-airs, but that's probably because the SIDIs are too snug.

Hope that helps.
May 9, 2011
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TimY: The height of the boot from the bottom of the heel to the top on my Size 9's are 13 1/4 Inches. This measurement could vary with different sizes. May 14, 2011
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erniee: The overall height is 12 inches at the front of the boot. 11 inches at the rear of the boot. Apr 8, 2013
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OldFJR: 12 inches. Looks good and its practical for really bad weather. Apr 15, 2013
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PDXRider: I wear a size 48 and it is about 11.5 inches from bottom to top Mar 25, 2013
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JHG57: Mine are a size 43 and measure 11.75 inches from floor to top. Jul 30, 2012
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MossMan: ~11 inches from floor to top of boot. May 20, 2011
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Mark N: Just above the calf. Jan 7, 2013
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Freakdrummer: 1ft (30 cm) Sep 22, 2012
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Jonathan T asked: Are these boots quiet, or do they squeak? Feb 16, 2014
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mark u: They are very quiet and comfortable on long walks like attending a motorcycle show. I am glad I bought them. Feb 16, 2014
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Alex N: The pair that I bought are actually pretty quiet and I have never really noticed any type of squeaking. Feb 16, 2014
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courtney a: no don't think so but i never really pay attention, hope that helps you out Feb 16, 2014
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Derek M: They do not squeak. I find them very comfortable. Feb 16, 2014
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Luis F: Hi,

This boot don´t squeak at all.
Feb 16, 2014
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david f: They are quite and very comfortable Feb 16, 2014
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MIchael S: They're quiet. Feb 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would you recommend this boot to a person who has a wide foot? If not, what boot do you recommend? Feb 16, 2014
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Gary R: I have a D width and they are fine for me. Didn' t have any problem with the width. I did have to go a size larger than I normaly wear in a shoe. Feb 17, 2014
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Nazruddin A: These are roomier than my previous pair of Alpinestar sport touring boots, which were very similar in construction and style. I wear a pair of cotton Haynes socks and a pair of Gerbing heated socks at the same time, and there is still room in the toe box area and are very comfortable. My feet are average size in width and these boots are roomy without feeling loose. The previous pair were a bit tight when using 2 pairs of socks. Feb 16, 2014
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Haroon R: I have a relatively wide foot and it fits well. Just a word of caution- the boot takes a little long to break-in, so it may be a tight fit initially esp if you have long riding hours on the saddle, but will eventually open up. Make sure you select the right size. My regular shoe size is a 45, but with this boot I went with a 46 due to the wide foot Feb 16, 2014
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John M: The sizing was a little off for me so I had to go a half size large. Seems to have plenty of width but I do not have a particularly wide foot. Revzilla was very easy to work with on an exchange. Hope this helps. Feb 16, 2014
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James O: I ordered the boots based on the answers posted and they fit my wide food perfectly. Have ridden with them for about 1000 miles and I am very happy I bought them. Thanks for your response. Apr 2, 2014
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Michael L: Definitely. I have wide feet and Sidis do not fit me comfortably. The AS still comfortable after an entire day. Feb 16, 2014
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chris p asked: I am trying to decide between getting the Alpinestars "Web Gore-Tex" and the "New Land GTX". Key differences I could see are the heights (New Land is shorter, which is like) and the velco/zipper mechanism is different (The Web seems to stay closed better). From the pictures, the finish looks different, with the New Land having a less glossy look which I like (looks less like a rain boot).

Both are Gore-Tex and usually the Web costs more ($249 vs $229) but it is on sale now for $199. I like the price but not sure about the height as I'm used to the mid-length boots.

Anyone used or tried on both boots and can comment on the differences in comfort, durability, breath-ability, etc? I'm slightly leaning towards the New Lands, but the $199 price for the Web boot is hard to pass up.
Dec 29, 2013
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Haroon R: I dont have experience with the New Land, but the Alpinestarts Web-Gore-Tex is an absolutely wonderful touring boot. I tour around the world and have ridden it in rain, extreme cold as well as scorching heat. It has been outstanding. Since I have bikes in 2 different cities, I recently bought a second Web Goretex. Its built robust and takes a lil longer to break-in, but is very comfortable. My earlier boot was the BMW touring biker boot which I used for a good 10 years, but BMW boots are getting too pricey, while this AStar boot is full value for my money.

I hope my inputs if of help to you.
Jan 4, 2014
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Wayne T: I've only worn the Web's, and not the latest version. I bought the new version as replacements for my 9year old Webs ( aprox 55,000 miles on them). They still don't leak and and arn't ready to be retired. They are very comfortable- both riding and walking. Both are the same height which gives good support The only differances are that the new ones zip & close on the inside of your leg vs old (outside) and the tread on the sole is a different pattern. I have been extremely pleased with them, which is why I bought the replacements while they were available and on sale.
Wayne
Jan 3, 2014
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Gary R: Chris, I recently bought a pair of the Alpinestars Web Gore-Tex boots. I Live in NH so I haven't had a chance to wear them riding (the weather ended the season early here). I can tell you that the finish isn't shiny - the boot does not look like a rain boot at all - looks like a regular leather boot. I prefer the mid calf height so my riding pants don't leave a gap between the top of the boot and the bottom of the pants under any circumstances - even more important in the rain! I don't have any experience with New Land GTX boot. Jan 3, 2014
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Huang C: Chris,
I Have never seen New Land GTX, while owning two pairs of Web Gore-Tex. Contrary to your like, I need taller boots to insert knee-sheen guard, not mentioning they keep water &/or rain from getting in better than shorter ones. Web Gore-Tex don't look glossy at all. They are light and fit me comfortably, and feet never get wet in them no matter how heavy rain. Though easy to walk around in them, yet better not to, as their soles wear off quick. I like Web Gore-Tex very much.
Good Luck,
James
Jan 4, 2014
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Lillo B: Only used the alpine star boots. They fit very well and are comfortable. But don't ventilate as well as i would have liked. so they are a decent waterproof boot for the money but still get hot like any other leather boot in 90+ temps. As reference i have used sidi sport boots that i love, so for the price these aren't bad. i do miss toe sliders cause the soles are no match to the road. but these are not designed for that sort of thing. Jan 2, 2014
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David H: Not familiar with the other boot but very happy with the Alpinestars. I prefer a mid length boot and this one works very well. I use it as my everyday colder weather footgear. Good value for the money. Jan 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: How are these boots in 70-90 degree weather? I'm stuck between these boots and the Firstgear Mesh Hi boots.
I need breathability but don't want to give up too much protection.
Oct 21, 2014
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Michael S: I like the Web Gore Tex Boot, it has good protection. But I bought these for the Water Proofing. I live in Florida and in the summer when it hits 90 and above they do get warm, but when it can rain here at any time they have always kept my feet completely dry. I've worn these through the mountains and temps above 45 are comfortable, below that I'm looking for some extra socks. Good protection, water proof, and comfortable to wear all day, a bit hot above 85 - 90 degrees, solid construction. Depends what your priorities are. Oct 21, 2014
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Jeff G: I'm on my second pair of these boots...like them a lot! I've never had an issue with my feet being too hot. I've used them in temps well into the 100's and been comfortable...and I hate being too hot! Oct 21, 2014
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Jeffrey G: I found them much cooler than my old Darth Vader Alpine stars. Comfortable but in 90 degree plus they are a little warm. I use a Niki dry sock with no issues at all. Hope this helps. Oct 21, 2014
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Daniel T: These are great boots. I have worn them in weather down to the 30s and into the 90s. As long as you wear the right socks (such as Smartwool) you will be fine. Oct 22, 2014
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Michael S: I wear them year round in Seattle, from 35-90+ degrees. They get a little hot, but they're bearable with thin socks. Oct 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: How thick is the toe box on this? Will it work with a sports bike? Apr 30, 2013
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RevZilla: The toe box on the Alpinestars Web Gore-Tex Boots is slightly larger than say a Supertech-R, however, the boots should still be able to function well on a sport bike. May 7, 2013
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Corn: The toebox is not very thick. These boots will work fine on a sportbike. May 10, 2013
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Sizing video for alpinestars (198)

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.

Click here to see the full Alpinestars Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 37 306627 233507-10-37/34020074 Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / 38 306628 233507-10-38/34020075 Out of Stock
Black / 39 306629 233507-10-39/34020076 Available: Expect 1-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / 40 306630 233507-10-40/34020077 Out of Stock
Black / 41 306631 233507-10-41/34020078 Out of Stock
Black / 42 306632 233507-10-42/34020079 Out of Stock
Black / 43 306633 233507-10-43/34020080 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 44 306634 2335071044/34020081 Out of Stock
Black / 45 306635 233507-10-45/34020082 Out of Stock
Black / 46 306636 2335071046/34020083 Out of Stock
Black / 47 306637 2335071047/34020084 Out of Stock
Black / 48 306638 233507-10-48/34020085 Out of Stock