Best Racing Motorcycle Boots 2017

“It’s not whether you win or lose…” Oh, yes it is! Go fast and with precision performance in the best sport and racing motorcycle boots of the year.

2017 Moto Gear Guides

RevZilla's Top Picks for 2017

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Cortech Latigo Air RR Boots
2 colors available
Alpinestars SMX 6 v2 Vented Boots
3 colors available
Alpinestars Supertech-R Boots
6 colors available
Dainese Torque Out D1 Boots
5 colors available
Dainese Torque D1 Air Boots
2 colors available
Cortech Impulse Air RR Boots
2 colors available
Dainese Course D1 Out Air Boots
2 colors available
Dainese Course Out D1 Boots
4 colors available
TCX RT-Race Boots
3 colors available
Alpinestars SMX 6 v2 Drystar Boots
2 colors available

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Best Cruiser Motorcycle Boots

Brand Name Price Our Opinion
Cortech Latigo Air RR Boots $179.99 Bang-for-your-buck option
Alpinestars SMX-6 v2 Boots $269.95 Euro, do-everything, entry-level track boot
Dainese Course Out D1 Boots $329.95 Mid-range, classic Euro track boot
TCX RT-Race Boots $329.99 Supertech without inner bootie system
Alpinestars Supertech R Boots $499.95 Pro-level, world-class race boot

Motorcycle Racing Boot & Track Boot Reviews

Corner entry speed, body position, holding your line on the apex, timing for throttle application—you have enough on your mind at the track without having to overthink inputs to your foot controls. You shouldn’t have to exaggerate your shifting and braking movements because of cumbersome boots with vague tactile feedback. Your gear should be there to protect you in a slide, but never at the expense of control of your motorcycle. The right pair of race boots should give you a feeling of added confidence in the corners, more precision on the rear brake and a more positive shifting action.

The best motorcycle racing boots for track riding do just that. Comfort, ease of entry, and ergonomic interface with your race suit are all of utmost importance. You will want to consider whether you prefer an “in” or “out” design, whether or not you are looking for an separate internal bootie or integrated bootie, whether the soles and sliders are serviceable/replaceable, and what kind of lateral and medial ankle protection and support of the joint the boots may have. The sport bike riders at RevZilla have tried all the top rated track boots in the biz and put together this comprehensive review of the best of the best sportbike boots available for the 2017 season.