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Dainese TRQ-Tour Gore-Tex Boots
A TeamZilla favorite, the Dainese TRQ-Tour boots are perhaps the best option for commuting, or sport touring. Collectively, we have put thousands of miles as well as a few crashes on the Dainese TRQ line and they never fail to impress. Recommended as a 3-season cold-weather boot that stretches nicely into the warmer months with Gore-Tex breathability, the TRQ-Tour Boots are the kind of protection that you will forget to take off! The axial hinge provides excellent protection, while allowing for comfortable movement as you walk. In addition, the rear entry zipper allows for easy entry/exit to the boot.
- D-Axial jointed anti-ankle twist back system in TPU
- Nylon toe TPU rear shinguards
- TPU heelcounter
- Nylon heel
- Cowhide leather
- D-Stone fabric
- Elasticated bellows
- Elasticated inserts
- Internal regulation with VELCRO® brand closures Closing with zipper at the back
- Waterproof / Breathable Gore-Tex membrane
- High grip TPU inserts
- Padded insert for gear shifter guard
- Reflective inserts
- Non-slip sole
- Italian patent pending
- Microelastic elasticated inserts(PCT Patent Pending)
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Reviews & Questions
1 year ago
Where this boot has fallen short is where the upper leather meets the sole at the toe. I believe Dainese has made the rubber too "Low profile" which causes the leather upper to make contact with the ground during a normal walking gate(remember it's a touring boot) contact is also made when pulling away from a stop. This unfortunately has caused the leather to wear through on both toes, which makes them no longer waterproof. I've included pictures below..
I still think this boot has the best features/comfort/style for the money, and would purchase again, but i'd make certain modifications to them first...Maybe Dainese will beat me to it!
over 4 years ago
The lining of the boot around the shin area is highly abrasive and has lead to rashes, and deep red marks around my shins and other parts of my leg above the ankle, and it can be quite painful and doesn't take a long time wearing the boot for this to occur.
Because of the obvious solutions stated above, I have to say though, that everything else about this boot is fantastic. The fit around my foot is fine. Temperature control is superb. It is a great price for a Gore-Tex labeled product. They look good. And I can walk in them for extended periods (provided I have tucked in my pants, am wearing a liner, or have long thick socks on).
I had previously been using motorcycle boots that looked like sneakers and went just over the ankle. I wanted something with more ankle protection and with Gore-Tex and a toe box that wasn't too bulky. These boots definitely fit the bill!
I have quite narrow feet and felt these fit true to size. Usually wear a 10.5 or more frequently an 11, the 44 fit perfectly.
Comfort on bike
5/5. My feet stay bone dry even riding two hours through steady rain. Reasonably warm in 55 degree weather with full length motorcycle socks. Might look for socks that are just a bit thicker for colder weather. I have not had a chance to try out these boots in warmer weather yet, but they didn't feel too hot walking about my house. No difficulty with feeling the rear brake or with upshifting. Fits under the FJ 09 shifter without any adjustment.
Comfort off bike
4/5. Minimal heel slip, no significant squeaking. I do hear a bit of a jingle as the zipper pull strikes the zipper, makes me feel like I am walking with spurs. No pain or areas that rub.
Fit and Finish
5/5. High quality construction. Nifty built in reflectors on the sides. No sure how noticeable they are, but they do look cool.
5/5. The shin guard connects to two hinges, one on each side. This provides plenty of ankle flex for walking and using the motorcycle controls. However, it resists any lateral movement or twisting. Very clever design. Giving it 5/5 in this category not because it is as protective as a full MX boot (it obviously isn't), but rather the level of ankle protection offered compared with other boots in it's class. The fact it is comfortable while providing this protection fully merits 5 stars.
If you are looking for waterproof touring boots that are comfortable and have solid ankle protection, you should give these serious consideration.
They are cool looking boots, very comfortable, extremely light. They fit like ecco hiking boots imo. I wear a 44.5 in ecco and the 44 dainese fit me fine. A little tight in the heel but they broke in after a bit of walking around.
I tried the Torque RS out at the same time in a 45 and found them to be too big. I wish the TRQ boot had a similar internal configuration as the Torque RS out. It has easier rear entry, and internal lace to snug it up, and hard plastic on the achilles. The torque RS out was not comfortable to walk around in compared to the TRQ.
I want to like these boots but that toe issue is ridiculous for a high end boot. The torque RS had protection for the toe! Id say spend the money on something else unless you dont plan to do anything but ride in these... like walk or kneel. Since I cant return them, I plan to take them to a shoe company and see if they can fit in some protection for the underside of the toe. Maybe a piece of black duct tape.
I expected more from these boots.
The issues I've discovered with them is they seem to run quite small. I normally wear a size 10 regular width. In these I had to get a 45 (US 11.5) which was still quite narrow, online shoppers take note. Also the shin guard WILL rub and leave marks on your leg if you're not wearing (tall) socks. Lastly, and a very minor issue, the toebox is quite flat/not very tall. It hasn't been an issue comfort wise, but I've found myself having to shift closer to the middle of the foot instead of the toes because they run so much flatter than other boots I'm used to and I've had issues with missed shifts.
Note: The toe bed is slightly more narrow than your typical shoe, but even for my wide feet it was not something I noticed while riding or felt uncomfortable with after wearing the boot for more than 5 min. Don't let that dissuade you if you're interested in purchasing a great boot that will last for years.
over 2 years ago
However; was on the garage floor checking air pressure and when I stood up the leather on the toes was gone!! It looks as if its the very thinnest of any material stretched over what looks to be a fiber type material. Really scary to think what a crash would look like with any sliding should take place. Dainese will NOT stand behind these said "this is NORMAL WEAR!! Really??? Beware of the crash worthiness of these boots. Sick that I wasted $325.
I do local light sport riding on a Fireblade and I've done two cross country tours in these boots (FJR1300 and R1200RT). They remain remarkably comfortable and absolutely waterproof (unlike my previous 'waterproof' Diadoras). I am a huge believer in Goretex. Even in 105F riding these boots were never a source of heat discomfort.
I saw a mention of perhaps some discomfort at the top of the front shin area and that has made me always pull my socks up to pad that area. It has never been a source of discomfort even on multiple consecutive 800 mile days in high heat.
You will not go wrong with this boot or with Revzilla.
I was in the RevZilla store and CJ says there's one boot to consider if you want ankle protection. Who doesn't?
He showed me these. Sold.
I have worn them for 1000 miles about. They do the job. They look good. They don't get in the way. The rear zipper is smart and quick. The boots just work. And they protect your ankle like no other. They call it Axial something. Check it out. Makes sense and for anyone who doesn't want a broken ankle in a simple crash they will pay for themselves easily. Easily.
Get these boots.
I've worn them for most of a day with no problems. But, haven't spent all day walking in them. Personally I think you want shoes for walking. I've toured Italy and it can be hilly and the cobbles do get slippery. But hey, they sell shoes in Europe!
Good luck and have a great time!
Should I got with these (Dainese TRQ-Tour Gore-Tex) or Dainese TR-Course Out D-WP Boots ? Or should I look elsewhere?
I plan to use them in my daily commute to and fro work and also for touring distances not more than 300-400 miles at a time.
I ride a Kawasaki Z800 2015 in rain and temperature range of 50 to 100 degs throughout the year. Also, I would want to walk in them in pavement/tarmac/building but not more than a mile a day.
When I wear 41, it feels better while riding but while walking a bit too snug, so what I did is remove the inner sole protector, and the fit is perfect both riding and walking. The boot is so comfortable with incredible longevity inside and out that you don't really need the sole protector.