TCX Infinity GTX Boot
Great value for money
Awesome boot. I'm a size 14 US went for the EU 49 spot on size and just enough room for heavy socks. Features and style are great not too much of a power ranger look. Very comfortable even out the box , wee bit stiff but I'm sure they'll break in a bit. Time we'll tell on durability but build quality looks pretty good so far. On my first ride out got caught in a few rain storms the gortex waterproofing defiantly works, not a drop got through. Highly recommend .Great value for the money. Revzilla delivery was speedy and free too nice one guys n gals!
July 9, 2014
Everything that's written in the product description is true. Great boots. Buy a pair and enjoy your ride!
July 8, 2014
made for overall large feet
I wear a size 11 but at the time I bought this boot (mid 2013), the sizing was 45/46, which is on the big side for me so i wear a larger sock. Front to back, they fit pretty true to size but they're huge in the upper foot area with just too much extra material for my less bulky feet. I'm taken a few falls and the boots can certainly take a beating, but there's not enough support for me in the outer ankle area. Some of the weight of my GS was on my foot and the material is very soft so it just pushes in on the foot. I'm going with more of a motocross boot (EVO 1.1 Pro) this time for the sole (no pun intended) reason of having more foot protection.
June 26, 2014
This is my second pair. The last pair lasted 12 years (formerly branded as Oxtar) and approximately 100,000 miles. They finally wore out, and I saw no reason to change. Highly recommended.
June 15, 2014
Bought these and immediately took them out for a three-day trip. Here are my early impressions:
* They are breaking in fairly quickly. Perfectly comfortable on the bike, and reasonably so walking around. I am getting a bit of irritation around the upper side of the interior ankle protection when walking, but I expect it to even out with further break-in.
* Protection on the boots feels solid - heel, toe, shin and ankle.
* This is my first pair with buckles. The leather strap is having a tendency to bend under the buckle, which is a bother. Buckling down tightly is creating some hard creases. The buckle adjustments feel a bit flimsy. Again, though, this is my first boots with buckles, so I'm not scoring hard on these points.
* Style is quite attractive to my eyes.
* Part of my riding was shorts (under my riding pants). My socks were mid-calf, and the upper part of the boots irritated some against my skin, but nothing bad. I'll probably buy some higher socks.
* The uppers don't appear to be stitched to the sole - just sealed with glue or whatever. No problems with this on my ride. We'll see how it looks in a few years.
These are pretty much all small gripes. After the three days I feel good enough to keep them and consider them my "regular" boots.
May 27, 2014
Heavy duty boots
As others have noted these boots are very stiff at first. The ankle cups were cutting into my feet for the first few days and I had to put some foam rubber in the boots because of the discomfort. After an 800 mile trip though they softened up and I could take the foam out. They are also a pain to get into for me. All that being said though they literally saved my feet and ankles last year when I hit a deer at 65 mph on my concours and went tumbling down the road. These boots were scuffed up but my feet and ankles were undamaged, and I give credit to these boots for saving my feet. The rest of me was pretty beat up and I spent some time in a hospital trauma ward but was able to walk out of the hospital thanks to these boots and the other protective gear I was wearing (ATGATT). These boots were the only gear that survived the crash and I still wear them on tours. They saved my left foot again when a car turned left in front of me and I went down hard to avoid impact. My left toe was jammed into the pavement and I would have suffered an overextension injury and injured toes except for the boots and how stiff they are and because of the thick sole and hard toe box. I can also attest to the waterproofness. I have ridden through several all day rain events and my feet have stayed bone dry.
May 21, 2014
These boots fit true to size. the protection seems ok, This is a good do it all boots. I found a little hotspot at the ankle area but I expect it to get better when I break them in.
I have tried many non Goretex boots and have been disappointed every time it rains, with the waterproof guaranty this should be a good bet.
the boots fit right and is not over the top wide around the chins which can accommodate jeans or tighter the ADV pants when worn over the boots they also keep a low profile.
I did not find problems with the buckles, the male/female buckles seem more secured IMHO than double hinges and depending the thickness of your socks, you want to readjust them anyway.
The day I received them I went to work and walked a bit in them and felt comfortable
Revzilla is always the best
May 14, 2014
comes with stainless steel toe caps and screws
something that wasn't mentioned in Anthony's video : when i opened the box there was a small zip-lock bag containing a set of stainless steel toe caps,with screws, just like you find already installed on MX Boots ! so of course i screwed them onto the front of the soles just for extra bling ! hehe ! so if you do this remember there are 3 larger countersunk screws for the bottom of the sole and 4 smaller slightly rounded head countersunk screws for the top of the sole on each toe cap!...i replaced a pair of SIDI ON ROAD GORE-TEX Boots that where recently stolen with these TCX Infinity GTX Boots and i like the TCX Infinity GTX Boot much better with the side cam-lock buckles ...the sizes run the same as SIDI so if you wear a US size 9 1/2 get a size 10 for sure in the SIDI ON ROAD or the TCX Infinity GTX Boot that are also GORE-TEX ....this time i got a size 11 in the TCX Infinity GTX Boot...so now i can wear extra heavy duty MX socks and i have some server broken toe joints that never heeled properly from distant past moto crashes and with the extra thick socks these boots are very comfortable on my old broken feet ! hehe ! cya gtg...and get yourself a pair of TCX Infinity GTX Boots and compare them to the SIDI ON ROAD Gore-Tex boots ...you my find, like i did, that the TCX Infinity GTX Boot is slightly more refined in it's features than the SIDI On Road boots !
May 5, 2014