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TCX X-Roadster Waterproof Shoes
The TCX X-Roadster Waterproof Riding Shoes are a perfect balance of protection and everyday usability, comfort and safety.
- Exclusive Soft Touch micro fiber uppper with padded interior
- Breathable Air Tech interior
- Polyurethane heel guard, shift pad and ankle reinforcement
- Replaceable high-resistant polyurethane toe sliders
- Zipper and VELCRO® brand closure
- Reinforced mono compound rubber sole with specific grip areas
- Waterproof lining
- CE Certified
- CFM (Comfort Fit System)
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Reviews & Questions
At first, I couldn't figure out if I wanted the 'race style' mid-calf boots for the street, regular-looking shoes with some armor and rigidity, or a high-top model like these. I looked at footwear for about a month and a half.
I ride a Ninja 300 in which I have limited space to carry stuff with me (like most sport bikes), so I finally decided on these. I couldn't imagine having to deal with the halfway-up-the-calf race-looking boots if I took flip flops of something with me on a trip to swap out and walk around. The TCX's might actually be a little big for that unless I carry a bunch of luggage, but I knew they would be more manageable than the race boots.
Next, I considered the protection that these (and other) boots offer. I knew if I didn't have ankle protection, then obviously I wouldn't have ankle protection. So these TCX X-Roadsters are an in-between.
Another thing I considered was the difference between waterproof and non-waterproof. The important factor I was considering was that the non-waterproof boots probably offered better airflow. With better airflow comes the opportunity to let water inside. I didn't want to ever be 'caught with my pants down' and have wet feet, so I bought these, which are waterproof. I've ridden in 85ish-degree weather for multiple hours and my feet were hot, but very far from uncomfortable. I only noticed my feet were hot when removing the boots and checking for the sake of writing a review on them. Again, it needs stated that my feet were never uncomfortable, temperature-wise.
Break-in: I have wide feet. My dress shoes for work are EEE width, and I can never find tennis shoes that both fit and don't look like old people shoes. I wore these TCX X-Roadster WP's for my first ride and they were definitely snug around the midsection of my foot. By midsection, I'm referring to the part between my toes and my ankle -- halfway. After the first ride, they still seemed tight, but I was hoping for a break-in period that I just hadn't exceeded yet. The next day, I wore some thick, fleece-lined winter socks. I only did this inside. Even while wearing them for an hour and a half with these warm, winter socks, I never felt like my feet were burning up. This helped stretch them even more. Ever since that, they've fit like a glove.
They are very easy to enter, and I love the velcro-and-zipper closure.
My left foot measures 11 1/8" from toe to heel.
My right foot measures 11" from toe to heel.
I bought size 12 and they are perfect. I originally wore them around the house only to make sure I didn't need to return them and get 12.5's. Hopefully this will help someone with similar measurements.
I don't think there's anything I left out. If I did, or if you have any questions, I'll leave them as comments or you can ask in the comments.
These are a definite buy.
The Zipper + Velcro closure is very convenient for quick on-and-off. However, they don't cinch tight enough to give any real ankle support and I am concerned they could fly off in a violent crash.
The waterproofing works well and there is a full leather blocking flap on the inside to prevent leaks throug the zipper.
They are comfortable enough for riding but you will not want to walk much more than a mile in them given the stiff sole protector. The replaceable scuff gaurd on the toe squeaks when walking.
In warm weather they breath about as good as you can expect from a waterproof boot.
If TCX added a velcro cinch to tighten the upper ankle they would have a killer boot for the price. And while they are at it, take off the gaudy white lettering ...
Something I was pleasantly surprised with I had not thought about previous to purchase was how much better then grab the road when I plant my foot down. My other shoes I always was a little cautious but I feel like these really plant solidly on the road when stopped.
IMO these are in that perfect Goldilocks zone of protection for the price. I ride a standard bike and while I'm a little more aware of my limitations these days I also like to hooligan around from time to time and don't want an error to crush my foot. I'd reccomend these boots to anyone looking for a good commuter/around town boot and for the sub $200 range they are almost unbeatable.
Wonderful boot, but you will get wet even in light rain.
over 2 years ago
Sliders seem adequate, though if you need them regularly, you should probably be using a more track-specific boot (perhaps on the track). I did lose one of the attachment screws on the first ride, and I recommend checking tightness of the binder bolts out of the box.
I got comfortable sizing with a thin sock right first time around, but considering advertisements for natural foot shape, I surprisingly came in 2 sizes more than my Birkenstocks (45) and one size less than my TCX Evo-2s (48) and my more narrow Sidi mountain biking shoes (48)
1 year ago
With respect to the ankle issues, the zipper and Velcro are very convenient but don't provide the grip and strength of good old fashioned laces. Overall protection for ankles in a slide, and the foot as a whole, seems like it should be very good. My only nagging concern is with the looser ankle closure and whether or not it will keep the boot from flying off in a flip or other violent crash.
I kept mine and use them as part of "all the gear, all the time." I expect them to last many years and the waterproofing is a nice bonus. If you have doubts about the ankle issues then go with laces; Or try the SMX6 as Tony suggests above. They were actually my first choice but were out of stock at the time.