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TCX Infinity GTX Boot

As close to perfect as it gets, the TCX Infinity Gore-Tex Boot has been a staple of the TCX line up for years. This boot was inspired by famed TCX riders Cyril Despres and Marc Coma for adventure touring. A full grain leather upper with Gore-Tex® lining provide unrivaled comfort and durability. This boot has been an editor pick since the beginning.

Comfort Fit System (CFS)

  • TCX products in the Touring Range are manufactured using techniques that ensure a high quality fit: the Comfort Fit System (“form moulding”), through which the upper is shaped on a mould that reproduces the anatomy of the human foot. The Touring Range is therefore extremely versatile and high quality, with high tech products that can also be used casually and in the city.

Full Grain Leather

  • The uppers of the TCX Touring range are made using full grain leather. This is the most valuable part of the leather, which is specially treated and rendered waterproof. The result is an upper in a natural material that gives exceptional performance in terms of protection from atmospheric agents, breathability and fit.

Gore-Tex Membrane

  • The application of the Gore-tex membrane offers an optimal combination of breathability and insulation, granting the feet to stay warm and dry, never sweaty even in extreme conditions. The durable waterproof protection stops moisture from seeping in.

Technical Details:

  • Upper: full grain leather
  • Lining: GORE-TEX membrane
  • Protections: malleolous protection, shift pad, leather coated shin plate and inner thermo contoured protection
  • Color: Black
  • Closure: 2 polyurethane adjustable buckles
  • Sole: touring sole, oil and petrol resistant with specific grip area
  • Sizes: EU 38-48 US 7-13
  • CE Certified

Note: Boots may not feature the leather patch on the outside of the toe box.

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TCX Infinity GTX Boot 4.4 5 77 77
Comfortable and light, small buckles II bought this boot to use on my Raptor 700 ATV with Nerf bars. Since my feet aren't dragging on the ground I don't need motocross boots but I wanted good protection with some shifter feel. I chose this boot as it has a real Gortex liner and it is not as bulky as some other boots but has good protection. The boot fulfills those requirements as they are very lightweight but offer solid protection. Easy to walk around in. The only negative is that the buckles are a little small and the adjustment strap slides around easily. If I was taking them off and on a lot it would be annoying but as it is, I put them on, ride, and remove 'em. They are ultra comfortable when on so no need to remove until the riding is done. December 14, 2014
I was expecting more I like almost everything about this boot. The craftsmanship is fantastic, the fit and finish was excellent, I really liked the height of the boot, and the elastic cuff at the top, and the sole tread pattern. However...the buckles are worthless. For such a great boot, at this price level, the buckles and leather overlap design at the buckles is a complete non-starter. The plastic buckles started to deform after trying on the boots twice. The buckle adjustment is a complete pain and the buckle straps are not captive, therefore will get lost at some point. Also the leather base of the buck at the overlap will fold under the buckle and not fit together properly without futzing with regularly. I really wanted to like this boot, but couldn't justify the cost with the buckle issues. December 10, 2014
Great value This is the previous version of the boot and I saved quite a bit on it. Lot of protection here and extremely comfortable Wore them in a rainstorm and cold weather and stayed very warm and dry. Two issues 1. The boot is bulky in the toe making shifting a challenge over my Chipewas. And 2. the buckles are difficult to fasten and cheap. I will be taking them in to a cobbler to have them replaced. I understand the new design uses aluminum over the plastic ones. December 8, 2014
foot area very large first off, I returned these boots, they are simply too big and bulky. If these boots fit you, they will likely be very good, they are tall (taller than my Gaerne Balance boots) and substantial. Unfortunately I should have considered the other reviews just a bit more. BUT since I have an 11 year old pair of Oxtar boots that are still in very serviceable condition, I couldn't help but order more TCX boots. But the comments for most styles seems to be "large fit." While I have narrow feet, I also have a tall instep, and these boots are simply way too big through the toe and instep area to be usable for me. They are pretty "chunky" and didn't fit at all under my current shift lever location on my Ducati, and barely worked on my two KTMs, where the Gaerne fit just fine. Plus they are too tall to work well with my leather sport pants, the height of the boot and the knee protection interfere with each other. December 5, 2014
Great boots Greta boots. I love them. I ordered these boots at a great price and they arrived the next morning. Amazing service. November 24, 2014
Nice boot, a bit stiff, I expect a long breakin time Generally good I'm sure they will be the only boots I'll wear November 17, 2014
Good protection, comfortable. Good protection, and comfortable. Adventure riding in Colorado from 38 degrees to 96 (same day) with minimalist sock. Room for ski sock this winter. Heat, cold, dry, downpour -awesome foot/ankle/shin ware. Smacked by asphalt, rocks, rain, debris and foot pegs -no problem. Good grip on the peg. Fine for short walking at destination. Have a pair of street shoes I leave at the office to change into. While the buckle system could have been engineered better, the buckle diatribe is a non-issue once you figure it out. I wear a 44 in American boots and these are true to fit. Buy the right gear once. September 4, 2014
Sturdy, Tall, and Bulky I'm a new rider and I really wanted a pair of boots with good protection. Initially I looked at some slightly shorter boots such as the TCX X-Miles WP boots and the Gaerne G-Impulse Boots. However, I have long thin calves and both of those boots left too much space between the cuff and my calves for me to feel comfortable the boots would stay on my feet if I were in an accident. I spent an inordinate amount of time watching videos narrowing down my choices as I tried to find a boot that would be comfortable, protective, and tall enough to fit snugly around the broadest part of my calf (near the top of my calf). Meanwhile the cost of the boots I was looking at was going up along with the cuff height. I've now had these boots for about a week and I'm happy with them for the most part - though I do have issues with them as well. Pros: - fit great around my calves. I have long distance runner legs; long and lean. These taller boots really fit my calf style well. For reference I have a 34" inseam and very skinny legs. - protection - the toe cup, heal, and ankles all have some decent protection built in. Plus, there is a shin guard. I ended up with more armor than I was initially looking for but I'm happy to have it. - Comfort - the are pretty comfortable. Sure, they are stiff but not so that I can't walk in them. Plus, I mostly only wear them when I'm on the bike and, for the most part, I forget they are on. NOTE: I wear short socks with these boots and the boots are still pretty comfortable on my calf above my socks. - Soles - the soles seem pretty solid and have a non-slip quality about them. I do mostly city riding in a rainy area so I really appreciate the traction the soles provide. Cons - Buckles - The buckles feel chintzy and cheap. The adjuster part is really weak feeling and the buckles don't really remember how you adjusted them because the strap can easily slip around within the buckle when the boots aren't on. -foot box is huge. I wear a 43 and while the length and width are pretty solid the space above my foot in the boot seems cavernous. My foot can really move around in the boot which makes me a little nervous. - Toe-box is tall. This isn't a huge problem but initially I wasn't sure I'd even be able to angle my foot to be able to shift in the boots. I can - but I am definitely going to adjust the shift lever. If you get these be prepared to adjust your shift lever as well. I haven't dealt with any heavy rain yet but I'm not worried about the waterproof nature of the boot. I believe it will be fine. July 28, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Russell C: Shin protection, Gortex liner, wide toe box and a great price. Dec 16, 2014
David W: Good reviews at a fantastic price on close out! Dec 9, 2014
paul i: Well regarded boot at a great price. Hope it fits! Dec 1, 2014
A S: Fantastic reviews. Was already looking at this boot a few months ago, but then the Black Friday sale came out, plus there's a NEWER model (TCX Infinity GTX Evo), so this was practically in the bargain bin, so GREAT PRICE. ($239, Black Friday 2014). One review said his Oxstar (TCX's former name) lasted 12 years, so I expect this to last as well. Gore-tex = breathable and waterproof. And, oh, though I don't do Adventure Riding, this just looks so GNARLY. Nov 30, 2014
C R: Good value , great reviwse Nov 19, 2014
William L: I have a pair of Alpinestars that are getting a little old, the the TCX Infinity GTX boot offers more protection and is a great value at the close out price. Nov 16, 2014
John S: I talked to a representative who recommended TCX, Daytona, and Stylemartin as having more area for the foot. With bunions, I need more area and hopefully these will have enough, and if not, I'll send them back to try something else. Nov 11, 2014
larry n: this boot looks like a good boot at a good price, and I wave a pair of TCX MX boots. Nov 8, 2014
Joseph B: waterproof and cold weather riding Nov 4, 2014
samuel m: Everything that's written in the product description is true. Great boots. Buy a pair and enjoy your ride! Jul 8, 2014
Stephen S: Wanted a heavy boot for long trips. Needed a waterproof boot. Liked my x-5s and I like these too. A bit on the extreme side for just riding around but glad I was wearing them when I hit that deer last year. They saved my feet! Jun 29, 2014
Mark R: Highly rated and I like the idea of the Gortex liner for ventilation and waterproofness. Apr 22, 2014
Cheyne T: I was pulled between the sidi canyon and the TCX infinity GTX. I have a wide foot and sidi tends to run narrow, I was drawn to the fact that the TCX run more to the larger sizing and still have all the top features such as full grain leather, Gortex, and metal buckles that you would find in a much more expensive boot. Apr 11, 2014
Lacy B: I like these boots but I got the wrong size. I got a 45 which didn't quite fit me. Mar 25, 2014
Erik S: I've had great experience with a pair of TCX Airtechs and another older pair of TCX's, so I am confident in the brand and quality and these Infinity's should work well for my commuting needs and some light off-roading. Mar 18, 2014
Ron W: Great reviews on your site. Mar 17, 2014
Tyler H: Like usual did a lot of research read the reviews and needed a new good pair of boots and there they were Mar 10, 2014
Scott B: According to the reviews, this boot has a wide toe box and provides good overall protection. Mar 4, 2014
Jeff L: Comfortable boots, all that I wear and did I mention they are comfortable. Feb 27, 2014
Dan L: I liked the look of these boots as well as the fact that they had GoreTex. After a 2700 miles trip in the summer of 2013, of which about 1700 of it was offroad with mud, rain, heat, sand and freezing conditions after sundown, these boots came through like a champ. Absolutely satisfied with these boots and would recommend highly. Jan 21, 2014
Shanon M: Reviews stated that these TCX boots had a wide foot-bed. Jan 11, 2014
Lynne G: I wanted a protective, but still comfortable, boot for on and off-road riding on my GS. I will post a review of their performance when I get some miles on the boots. Nov 29, 2013
Michael R: for myself, need a boot that's comfy on and off the bike for touring and adv riding. waterproof, and it was recommended as one of the best motorcycle boots on the market today. Oct 14, 2013
Russell H: Looking for an all around adventure touring boot and these seemed to fit the bill. Mostly on road and light off road. Looking forward to getting these in a few days. Sep 20, 2013
Sharon E: I purchased these boots to replace my 6 year old BMW Santiago boots with about 80,000 miles on them. These boots are very similar to my old ones, but get better reviews for water resistance. I hope I like these as well or better than my old boots. Sep 10, 2013
A shopper asked: Is the TCX Infinity GTX boot re-soleable? If so, do you carry the soles? Jun 22, 2011
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malloy: So then Masukomi in the same ADV thread one fellow replied that he had a local cobbler resole his with a Vibram sole, so go figure. Maybe if one doesn't need the original sole you can get it done. On an earlier thread at ADV an inmate inquired of TCX and was told they had a replacement sole available through dealers, so go figure again!!

These guys www.rmresole.com are said to be experts in resoling molded boots. They have yet to reply to my inquiry about Infinities. At these prices it would be nice to have a re-soleable boot not to mention a definitive answer.
Jul 3, 2011
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malloy: So then Masukomi, to be perfectly honest, on the same ADV thread one fellow said his cobbler was able to put a Vibram sole on his Infinities so go figure. And these guys: rmresole.com claim to be experts in resoling molded soles although they have not yet answered the question for me about Infinities. Jul 3, 2011
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masukomi: It appears you found the answer from TCX and posted it on ADVRider, but since people will find it useful here I'll quote you..."...I contacted TCX via email in both the US & Italy just to be sure. And they both say 'please note that the Infinity boot is not resoleable.'" Jul 3, 2011
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Brick1946: http://loganmagicshoecare.com/ in Knoxville, TN can resole this boot. He does NOT have the original sole but he can resole it with a great product. Randy is one of the last of the real cobler's! Jan 27, 2013
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malloy: UPDATE: While TCX doesn't offer a replacement sole or resoling, here's a fellow in Salida, Colorado who says he can resole them so that's good news: rmresole.com. Jul 9, 2011
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Stevan P: Unfortunately TCX does not offer a replacement sole for the Infinity GTX Boot. Jun 24, 2011
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Redleg06: THere's a great shop in Salida, CO, that can do this; Rocky Mountain Re-sole. Jun 13, 2012
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Longrider415: A company called RESOLE in VA can resole almost any kind of boot. Jul 12, 2011
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A shopper asked: I currently own a pair of Sidi Canyon Rain boots and absolutely love them, except that the suede on the shift pad almost immediately lost its stitching. They're about 5 years old now, and it's time for another pair of boots to replace them.

My brand of "adventure touring" is usually about 6 hours of technical (sometimes goat-trail) mountain roads followed by 5 miles of dirt to get to a campsite for the night, -or- the same thing, but ending up in a damn nice hotel. I pack light so I really would like the boots to be comfortable enough for a few miles of hiking or city walking, and stealth enough that I can wear them to a professional meeting under a pair of nice jeans (think casual, not business casual). I can do all of that with the Canyons, as they're quite walkable and if the buckle is under the jeans, they just look like weird italian boots. Goretex is a very strong-wish-to-have.

One final caveat, I've got a narrow foot except for a growing bunion, so a wider toe-box is lovely, but I don't need a wide heel.

What's your thought, Canyons vs TCX Infinitiy GTX? I'd go again with the Canyons in a heart-beat except that the suede on the shifter patch lost its stitches and got rubbed down and white really quickly. Re-solable is good too.
Aug 14, 2013
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Frank W G: Well, I don't know about the walking very far (haven't done it) but my boots are very comfortable and easy on/off. It took me awhile to get used to the buckles, but that worked its way out once the boots were broken in. Mine are big enough to wear a thicker sock in winter and do stay dry. Sole is not lugged so off road use for walking wouldn't be great. Otherwise, I love the boots and bought them loose enough to use year round without them being too loose. I could see them used for casual wear but be sure your pant legs fit (guess you have done that with your old ones. I feel like I have plenty of support for off road riding with plenty of protection for my needs. I don't ride real technical stuff on my Super Tenere (pretty heavy) but feel like these would hold up. I've put plenty of miles on the boots so far with no real wear points showing.Plus, they aren't too heavy. My only negative comment is on the buckle style. I almost feel like I should have a spare with me, though I haven't lost one, yet...
I would recommend these to anyone out there shopping for an adventure style boot!
Aug 15, 2013
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Damon B: Hi,
It just so happens that I have a pair of Sidi Canyon Rain boots as well as a pair of the TCX Infinity. I did not have the shift pad problem that you had with my Sidi Canyons and have been wearing them almost exclusively for about 3 years.

I bought the TCX Infiniti boots to wear when I'm out doing some more rugged riding and I wanted just a bit more shin protection. With the Sidis, I was forever cracking my shin on the foot pegs just above the boots. I don't have that problem with the TCX boots.

They work well and are decent looking, but they don't fit anywhere near as nice as the Sidis. They are marginally wider than the Sidis so maybe that's why they don't fit me all that well unless I fiddle with the stupid buckles. That said, the buckles are a pain, as the adjustments don't stay put so I have to re-adjust them every time.

If you really love the Sidis, I would get them again. Maybe you got a weird pair with the stitching problem as I haven't had that problem. Hope that helps.
Aug 15, 2013
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Daniel T: I came from a pair of Sidi On Road's, but when they started leaking and the store where I bought them wouldn't even contact Gore/Sidi to get them fixed, I went looking for another shop and brand of boot.

I picked up the TCX GTX boots prior to a ride across the Trans-Lab and have never regretted the choice. They were confortable for all day riding and moderate hiking. I've also ridden through torrential rain for hours and never had a leak.

I also have narrrow feet and find that they fit reasonable well - not as well as the Sidi's, but good.

The only exception I'd raise based on your requirements is the desire to wear them as business casual foot wear. They aren't subtle, especialy with the suede covering on side and the reflective patch on the back heal. I find them "clunkier" than the Sidi's, which could hide under a pair of jeans and look reasonably normal.

However, overall, I'm happy with them and would buy them again.
Aug 15, 2013
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Jim F: I've been using the TCX Infinity GTX for a couple of years. I ride a Tiger XC and have done some fireroads and easier singletrack and like the boots. They squeaked a little at first but after I crossed a few creeks, both riding and walking, that went away. They've held up well and have been completely water proof for me. I've ridden for a couple hours in a 39 degree downpour and they didn't leak there either.

I'd recommend the boots.
Aug 16, 2013
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Stephen S: These are very tall very heavy duty boots that are comfortable and keep feet dry in all day heavy rain conditions. Built really tough and shifter pad seems indestructable. Lots of shin protection. I hit a deer a couple months ago at 55 mph and these boots were tbe only gear that was not destroyed. Aug 17, 2013
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KHALID B: I have them for a while now, I am very happy with them, buy em and don't look back Aug 15, 2013
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Alexander B asked: How wide is this boot? Would a 2E-4E fit in it? Or be able to break it in?

Thanks!
Nov 26, 2013
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wayne k: I have a wide foot and mine fit me fine. I really haven't worn them enough to break them in. I wouldn't like to walk five miles in them but riding alday is no problem. Nov 26, 2013
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laurence d: I have an average width foot and these fit me nice and snug. I cannot imagine that this shoe would fit a wide foot. The first pair of boots I tried were the, SIDI On Road Gore-Tex bot. I found those ran large in length and width. You might have better luck with those. Nov 26, 2013
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Stephen S: I wear 4E and they fit fine out of the box. They are completely waterproof too. The ankle cups were a bit tight on me at first but broke in after a few day long rides. Harder to get into than a zip up boot but better protection by far. Serious boot. Nov 27, 2013
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a r: 13D with a thicker sock is snug but it has stretched a little so it is comfortable riding I would think a . A 2E-4E would be iffy. Dec 2, 2013
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Harold R: The boot is not wide enough for my size 12 wide foot I had to get the boot stretched for it to fit. Not an easy task. Nov 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: How tall is this boot? Jan 27, 2013
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Joe1234: 14 3/4" bottom of sole to the top. Enough to cover most of the shin, but not up to your knees. Also, in the reviews, several people said about the top being scratchy. I think that the mfg changed the material. I wear tall socks with while breaking in, I wore low ones at times, too, and didn't mind the material at all. Jan 28, 2013
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RevZilla: In the most common size, which is 45,the boot is 15 inches tall from the floor to the top, and comes to about mid shin height when worn. Jan 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: I read in a few reviews that this was going to be the last infinity boot, I've also seen other websites advertise that this is the last chance to get this boot. Does anyone know for sure? Nov 6, 2011
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OldManRick: Silvia from TCX says:

"Good afternoon,

our INFINITY GTX model is still in the 2012 Collection: where did you have the information we want to discontinue it?

At the moment this is a false information, please let us know."
Dec 2, 2011
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Chris K: We have not received any official notice from TCX that this boot is being discontinued. For the time being it is still a current model. Nov 7, 2011
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TCX BootsFormerly known as Oxtar, TCX Boots are Italian made and manufactured in European sizes, so make sure to look at the size chart below to see the US conversions. We have found them to run typically true to size, but in our experience they typically will fit people with a wider foot better 

TCX Boot Sizing

European
Unisex Size
Men’s US
Size
Women’s US
Size
33 1.5
34 2
35 3 4
36 3.5 4.5
37 4.5 5.5
38 5 6.6
39 6 7
40 7 8
41 8 9
42
43 9 -
44 10 -
45 11 -
46 12 -
47 12½ -
48 13 -
49 14 -

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

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