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Tourmaster Solution WP Air Boots

The hottest days in the saddle can result in the biggest storms. To keep you covered in any condition, the Tour Master Solution WP Air takes the best of the Solution 2.0 Boot and combines it with a waterproof air membrane and mesh panels to let the warm air escape and keep the rain out.

Features:

  • Water-repellent leather and PU upper
  • HiPora waterproof air membrane allows warm air to escape and keeps water from entering
  • Reflective panel on rear area for night time safety
  • VR single density compound sole for reliable grip
  • Auto lock zipper covered with adjustable VELCRO® brand fastener flap
  • Leather stretch panels for better comfort and durability
  • Molded nylon shin and ankle guard backed with shock absorbing material
  • Shock absorbing latex foam on flex panels
  • TPU shift pad
  • TecnoGI thermoplastic heel cup and toe cap
  • Preformed orthopedic vibration absorbing foot bed
4.3 / 5
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4.5 / 5
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4 / 5
Features
4.1 / 5
Comfort
4.3 / 5
Style
4.3 / 5
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3.8 / 5
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Tour Master Men's Footwear Sizing

EU Size US Men's Size
40 7
41 8
42 8.5
43 9
44 10
45 11
46 12
47 12.5
48 13
49 14

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4.3 / 5.0
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NOT WATER PROOF OR BREATHABLE
First off, these boots are NOT waterproof. I bought these prior to 4k mile trip through Colorado, Utah and Arizona. We hit rain in Arizona and whitin 10 minutes my right foot was soaked and 20 min later so was my left. Secondly In Utah the temps got up to 95 degrees and they made my feet sweat as if it was raining, not very breathable. Don't waste your time or money!
September 16, 2012
Ride:
2012 Triumph Tiger 800 XC
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Wide version of boot still too narrow
Bought a pair of these boots. I liked the boot but they hurt my foot because of the narrow width of the boot. It took a couple months wear to figure out they were causing my foot pain. Never knew I have a wide foot. I saw that they came in a wider version so I bit the bullet and ordered them. They also hurt my foot. I would think if you are going to make a wider version you would make wide enough to make a noticeable difference. I know they are the problem because I have not had foot pain after retiring the SECOND PAIR OF BOOTS. I am out two pair of boots. Thanks a lot tourmaster. Your boot designer needs to do a better job next time. If the wide boot was wider I could report that they are a good boot.
January 23, 2015
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
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3 / 5
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4 / 5
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4 / 5
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3 / 5
Better protection than shoes.
I've owned these for 14 months now, and it's time to retire them. They've been worn almost every day, and tromped around the office all day for a year and two months. They're pretty much shot- soles are starting to fall off and a bit of stitching is letting go. They don't smell very good either. Time for new boots! For the price, they aren't bad for commuting, but not a whole lot of protection for canyon carving, etc.

~SIZING~
I wear an 11 1/2 shoe. Vans, Sketchers, New Balance. Ordered size 11 boot, and it was too tight, had to exchange for a 12, which was a bit roomy.

~COMFORT~
Decent, but not outstanding. First impression was that they feel like wearing rubber galoshes. Gel insoles helped.

~PROTECTION~
Haven't crashed in them, but I'd have to say they'd be better than shoes if you were to go down wearing them. Decent shin protection, and a little 2" round armor thing to protect the ankle bone from pavement. Other than that, they're pretty floppy boots; no real stiffness to them at all.

~WATER PROTECTION~
Rode in a light rain for maybe 10 miles on the first day of owning them. Feet stayed dry. I usually drive the car when it rains though, so these boots haven't seen much rain use.
December 27, 2013
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
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2 / 5
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This boot did not meet expectations at all.
I made the mistake of waiting until the last minute to purchase a new pair of WP boots (replacing a 12 yr old pair, which still DIDN'T leak) prior to leaving on a 12,000 mile Bucket List ride around the perimeter of the U.S.A. Therefore I did not have time to exchange them before leaving on the trip.

These boots have no support in the arch, even with aftermarket insoles added. Plus they are way too wide for my foot. I purchased these, based on reviews of bang for the buck. I seriously wanted to purchase the SIDI All Road Gore Tex, but decided to "save some money"! Well, the old adage of YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR certainly held true. One of the other guys going along on the same trip bought this same pair, unbeknownst to me.

Well, in the first deluge we hit going down the western coast of Florida, BOTH pair, his and mine, leaked along the right side, against our little toe. I'm not talking about being DAMP inside, I'm talking about the inside being WET, SOAKING MY SOCK! Thereafter, every heavy rain we ran into, both boots leaked. Yes, we did hit a lot of rain, as we hit the east coast just as Tropical Storm Bonnie made shore, but------ the MAIN reason to buy the WP boots, to KEEP OUR FEET DRY---- DID NOT HAPPEN!

Therefore, when hitting the motels at night, we had to pull the insoles out, and place the boots upside down, against the ac/heating unit, and make sure the fan was set on high, to get them dried out before the next day. Sometimes, by the next morning, the boots were STILL not dry, therefore we had to use the hair dryer supplied by the hotel to finish off drying them so as to not be starting out the day with wet boots!

Very dissatisfied with this product from Tour Master.
July 5, 2016
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Wide!, Wide!, Wide!
I have to have a wide boot. Very few motorcycle boot makers have wide sizes. Well at 12W. This boot fit like a glove! It's light, so walking is easy. It's like having a motorcycle slipper! The protective panels are comforting to have. The grip of the sole of the boot is very good. You don't want your foot slipping out from under you while holding a 800 lb motorcycle up. They fit so well and, I liked the "Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP Boots" so much. That I also purchased these boots for the hotter months. They say if the shoe fits! Wear it! Well this boot does. If you NEED WIDE size in boots. It's worth a try. My dogs are happy.
April 3, 2014
Ride:
2002 Honda VTX1800C
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Beware of sizing; it runs very small
If you're thinking about getting these boots beware that they are nowhere near true size; they run much smaller. I normally wear size 9 US in leathers and 9.5 US in things that need extra room like running shoes - the size 9 in these boots barely fit my feet without socks. Had to return and ended up buying the TCX X-5 Plus Gore-Tex boots.

Construction seems high quality for the money. Can't speak of comfort or the amount of water protection or how they perform of the bike though.

Safe Riding!
September 24, 2012
Ride:
2002 Suzuki GSF1200S Bandit
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Not waterproof
I like almost everything about this boot. Out of the box comfort, fit, style, and price. One problem, these boots are not waterproof, nowhere close. These boots were brand new and I was into the fourth day of a ten day trip when I was caught up in a gully washer. My overpants were cinched down tight around the boot and my Tourmaster rain pants over them, also cinched down tight. Rode for an hour in pouring rain. Toes started to feel wet first then the water worked its way back to the heel. When I got to the cabin you could almost ring out my socks. On either side of the boot is the word "waterproof". The above video mentions the word waterproof many times. To me "waterproof" means your feet and socks are dry when they come out of the boots after riding through a rainstorm. Am I expecting to much? I like everything about these boots but cannot recommend them because they are not what Tourmaster and Revzilla claims them to be.
August 13, 2012
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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4 / 5
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3 / 5
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3 / 5
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Size Wide Guys--Good, but it will take some time to break in
I have been measured with a size `12W foot since high school. When I tried on these Tourmaster Airs for the first time, I thought, "Way too narrow". Well fellow wide feet, have faith, but you'll need a little patience.
Technically, these boots are like putting your feet into a gore tex like baggie, zipping them up the side, and then covering the zipper with a fold down patch. Unless the water drips down your legs into the boot, your feet are going to stay dry.
Protection is good. There are hard plastic heel and toe caps, and nifty hard ankle and shin guards built in. The sole seems rugged enough, and it's held up well so far.
Like anytime you put your foot into a bag, these boots may not be the solution for extremely hot weather. But the "air" version has tough fabric strips going down the length of the boot that are apparently inserted to improve ventilation. Thankfully for those of us with wide feet, these fabric strips also stretch out enough after they are broken in to accommodate wide feet. But it takes awhile, and you still might have problems if your feet don't fit the plastic heel and toe caps. The caps are a little shaped, not boxy, to help with getting them under the shift lever, and there is built up padding on the shift points. Maybe they could widen those toe caps for those of us with large hooves.
Anyway, the boots tend to conform to your wide feet after break in, but if you're a half size, go the next size up to fit your toes under that shaped plastic cap.
Overall though, if you are looking for a good commuter or touring boot, pretty good bang for the buck.
March 24, 2015
Ride:
2014 BMW K1600GTL
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Be patient. After break-in, they fit close to stated size.
They fit snug out of the box. So, I wore them around the house for 2 days. That loosened them up quite a bit. I'm a size 10.5 running shoe and size 10 dress shoe. I ordered an 11 wide in this boot and boy I'm glad I did as any size smaller would not of fit.
However, after the break-in, I would say these fit like a 10.5.

They fit nearly perfect now and are quite comfortable. There is no heel lift. That makes them comfortable for walking around, but if you are not flat footing your adventure bike, these are not going to address that issue. However, if you want a boot comfortable enough to walk around all day, these could be it.

Buy them for what they are: Inexpensive, waterproof, comfortable, and attractive road boot, and size them correctly and you will not be disappointed.
December 1, 2014
Ride:
2001 Honda XR650L
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Air Flow
2 / 5
Overall excellent value
I ordered these as they are the only high protection boots I could find that offer wide sizes for less than $300. Overall, they have done what I expected them to. They are not super stylish, but are definitely adequate and don't stand out in a crowd. They are comfortable enough that I sometimes wear them for most or all of the day. I haven't tested the waterproof capability so not much to say there.

The wide sizes are appreciated, but they are actually less wide than I expected. I previously had size 11.5 SMX1 boots, which seem to be pretty wide as normal sizes go. I thought I could do 11W in these as the SMXs are a bit long, but 11W were way too narrow and didn't have much room in the instep. I ended up with 12Ws, which are a little long and still a little tight width wise, but much closer to my real size than any other boots I've tried on.

The build quality on these seems a little variable. I don't see any problems with the stitching or leather, but my left boot has a hard bump (feels like excess plastic) under the leather next to the shift pad, and the right boots heel cup feels a bit deformed. Neither of these issues affect the comfort or functionality of the boots and I can't feel them unless I'm thinking about them already. However, I would check them when you get them to be sure that there aren't any major defects.

Airflow is less than I would expect for a boot with air in the name. I don't really ever feel any air flow when riding, but as long as I'm moving they do tend to stay fairly cool so I guess air must be going somewhere.

Not much to say about durability. I've worn them for maybe 20 rides and the outsoles have no visible wear. The rest of the boots look well broken-in but with minimal wear. I will say that they do not stretch out significantly. If they don't fit right out of the box, I don't think they'll get a whole lot better over time.

Despite the issues, I really think these are tremendous value for money. They offer way more protection than boots that I have payed more for in the past, they come in wide sizes, and they have no glaring flaws. I very well might buy another pair when my current ones wear out.
May 24, 2016
Ride:
2006 Kawasaki Ninja 650R
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
Style, design
Marshall M on Jul 6, 2017
It's what my buddy rides with.
Carl E on May 22, 2017
Style, design
Marshall M on Jul 6, 2017
prior experience with tour master
rt5119 on Jun 23, 2017
It's what my buddy rides with.
Carl E on May 22, 2017
Needed new boots. Good product.
David F on May 12, 2017
Mediocre at best. The right boot's shoe bed was overly large and my foot slid around. They did not last a 13,000 mile journey without the sole coming loose. I had to toss them out in Argentina.
Ken6666 on May 4, 2017
New replacement of same boot. Great boot for price.
William S on Apr 23, 2017
I have been really happy with the Regular Tour Master Solution WP boots, but they are problematic on very hot days. These should alleviate that issue with the increased ventilation.
tbonesullivan on Apr 16, 2017
Great value for money!
Michael S on Apr 4, 2017
Because my HD boots are fine for riding my FLHTCUI, but when I get on our BMW the HD boots are too bulky and not "yuppie" enough!!
L A on Feb 18, 2017
I was looking through the gear reviews and features of many of the boots out there and this boot meets my needs. I like the aspects of reinforcement on the toes for shifting, that the boots are waterproof, and they come highly rated for the value. The video reviews were excellent for helping me make this decision.
Jason B on Feb 12, 2017
rain
Thomas H on Jan 6, 2017
Had these boots for about two years. Rode in the cold, rain, and the heat, they performed great in all conditions. For the price these boots are worth buying two pairs because it would be hard to find equal value in another when these wear out,
Kevin B on Dec 24, 2016
Warm feet,
Matthew K on Oct 13, 2016
They fit me very well as they come in wide .
Mohinder L on Sep 28, 2016
I really like the boots they are comfortable and do allow some airflow.
Bashcars on Sep 17, 2016
Can't be beat for the price. They look good and the fit is accurate. Comfortable while providing adequate protection.
Joe F on Sep 15, 2016
I love these boots, light, waterproof and comfortable.
David S on Sep 14, 2016
They had my size (15M) at a good price with inner side zippers and a velcro closing flap - tough, comfortable for normal walking around, easy to put on and take off, and the outer material is a dream to care for and is durable.
Robert M on Sep 7, 2016
Right price-point; brand familiarity; good reviews (mostly).
MARTIN T on Aug 30, 2016
Comfort and ventilation
Richard S on Aug 29, 2016
These are the best boots for the money. They work really well and are very protective. I just can't see spending a lot more on boots unless you just want to buy fancy boots.
Eric B on Aug 21, 2016
Manufacturer reputation, price, recommendation of a friend
Steven A on Aug 8, 2016
my current riding boot, great all around, rain,heat,cold, no problem.
John k on Aug 2, 2016
Replacement
Joseph R on Jul 29, 2016
Prior experience, hot weather in Texas
CCTour12 on Jul 23, 2016
Few boots have a wide option. These did and they work great.
Benjamin R on Jul 14, 2016
Wide shoe size
Dan R on Jun 21, 2016
looks cool, waterproof
Cody W on Jun 18, 2016
Wide size and waterproof
Scott G on Jun 8, 2016
style price
craigman on May 11, 2016
I never been disappointed with this boots. Living in Florida it's difficult to find summer waterproof gear for us, and this pair do the job with no sweating, literally. Awesome air flow.
RICARDO S on May 6, 2016
Excellent boots. Good design, comfort and fit. Good quality workmanship and materials especially for this price point. I highly recommend them!
Charles C on May 5, 2016
Design and style. Tour Master is a trusted brand. I also wanted something breathable and waterproof.
Stephen P on May 3, 2016
Actually had size 15.
Ethan L on Apr 27, 2016
Price and known quality
Joseph R on Apr 24, 2016
I like Tour Master products and wanted the boots to go with it. Because I ride a Wing, I wanted the most air I could get, so I choose the Air version.
Ray R on Apr 19, 2016
I wore out a pair of Vega. Replaced with these hoping they would be cooler in warm weather.
J I on Mar 26, 2016
The reviews sound like this will be a good product. I haven't used Tour Master products before, so I hope that they are true to size for fit.
Jeff J on Mar 24, 2016
Revzilla review
C L on Mar 2, 2016
One of the few size 15 boots I could find. Has preformed really well.
Phillip K on Feb 28, 2016
By researching reviews from RevZilla and other sites, and with user reviews, also price point.
Jim H on Feb 24, 2016
great shoe true to its size very comfortable all day
rachid c on Feb 23, 2016
Recommended in Fall 2015 gear guide.
Dharma B on Feb 21, 2016
Recommended by Revzilla as being the best budget choice of wet weather boot. I trust Revzilla reviews and choose this product over similarly priced products because of this.
Vaughn M on Feb 18, 2016
Great reviews, low price, simple design.
WESLEY R on Feb 15, 2016
price
Richard D on Jan 7, 2016
I really wanted to like these boots, they were just a little too weak for off road.
JONATHAN S on Dec 21, 2015
Replacement of prior boots. Love 'em!
Spacer on Nov 15, 2015
Recommended in boot guide video
Steven R on Nov 10, 2015
Your review.
Christopher H on Nov 7, 2015
prior experience with tour master
rt5119 on Jun 23, 2017
Needed new boots. Good product.
David F on May 12, 2017
I would like to know the difference between the Tour Master Solution WP Air boots and the Tour Master Solution 2.0 WP?
Alberty W on Jan 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Air. Better ventilation.
What does the top of the boot measure in circumference? I am a guy with large calves and worry that they will not zip/fit over my legs.
Adam K on Oct 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These boots aren't that tall. They end below the calf. Unless you have candles, you should be fine.
Hi, I make about 45 miles daily for comuting to work, sometimes in the road when it rains heavily I have to pass through some semi flooded areas, and despite I try to pass as slow as the surrounding cars allows me to go, sometimes water splashes heavily over my feet, so can this boots withstand under that conditions or they are meant only to keep rain outside?
A shopper on May 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
I have ridden in some pretty heavy rains and have come out with dry and warm feet with these boots. I have never waded through puddles or flooded areas but I have never gotten wet either. They are very comfortable both on and off the bike, maybe a little warm on hot days but the ventilation is pretty good. They do not let the rain in. They offer good shin protection as well for those times when your on a slight incline and your foot may be behind your foot peg. I am very happy with mine and would recommend these boots to anyone. Ride comfortable, dry and ride safe!
I would like to ask if boots are warm enough to use in a climate around 50°F?
A shopper on May 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I live and ride in the wet Northwest. These boots are not only the most comfortable I've ridden in, they keep my feet just right temp wise. I wear a thicker sock in the winter and routinely ride in 30 degree wet weather. I haven't ridden with them as much in the summer, but we did have some 80 degree weather a few weeks ago and these we're still very comfortable. I've tried a lot of boots, I'm picky, and these fit my feet like a glove. My riding is mostly day long, and week long touring.
Just to be clear, does this boot have malleolus protection? If so is it hard TPU type or just soft type.
Vishan P on Aug 12, 2013
BEST ANSWER: If you mean ankle protection, then yes, it is a hard protection. That was one of my criteria for the boot. You can see it in the video through the mesh, even though he doesn't point it out in his review.

As far as the comment of the boot filling up with water in a downpour...if you are going to tuck your pants in, then expect to create your own gutter spout right into your boot. I were Drayko Jeans that are extra long over the boot (the hem touches the top of my foot when seated on the bike). I've been caught in some flash downpours before I pulled over to find cover, then rode the wet road home. The only thing dry on me was my feet.

Great boot. I live in Virginia, so it's my all-round boot. Winter time I just adjust with warmer/thicker socks.
Hi, I currently own the Tourmaster Solution WP air boot. I was wearing jeans while riding the other day and got stuck in a torrential downpour on my way home. When I got home, I literally took the boot off, turned them upside down and water spewed out. I can't seem to find any washing instructions that came with the boot, as they're starting to smell a bit. What is/are the recommended washing settings? Thank you!

- Aaron
A shopper on Aug 11, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I don't know what the manufacturer says but I never wash my boots. I would recommend Lysol disinfectant spray to kill any bacteria, then a fan or hair dryer to dry them out. Once dry I'd spray them with Lysol again. And finally when I know there 100% dry, use some gold bond foot power or equivalent. That's haw I care for all my boots. The key is to prevent the bacteria and mold growth as the boots are drying. Also, the faster you get them dry the better off you'll be. I hope this has been helpful.
I'm a size 9 , is there 9 accurate?
A shopper on Jun 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I ordered a 45 (size 11) which is one size larger than my dress shoes or running shoes. I did this on purpose as I wanted a dedicated boot for sub-freezing temps where I could wear thick wool socks. Turns out I can't use them for that. Sizing up 1 size really ended up fitting just right. So, I use them as a 3 season boot. I had to order up 2 sizes to create a sub-freezing boot that would accommodate thick wool socks or layers. Long story short, I would size up one size.
The class for a Motocycle License begin in 2.5 weeks, and an over ankle boot is required. Since I will want a pair of these regardless, I would like to buy them now, but unsure of size. My tennis shoe is 13 and hiking shoe that is 13 is way to large, should I go with 13 or smaller?
Cory K on Apr 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would not go smaller. My tennis shoe size is 10 to 10.5 and I purchased an 11 in the Tourmaster boot for a perfect fit. I would error on the side of the boot being a little too large than being too small. If its too small, you can't wear it at all. If its too large, you can add an insole or wool sock and it will fill a reasonable gap.
With so many people saying these boots are not waterproof, how/where does the water soak into the boot? Is it through the stitching, through the lower half of the boot, or through the upper half of the boot? Do you think spraying them with Scotch Guard before the rain hits work at all?
Steven J on Nov 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I've never had a problem with them other than water going up my pant leg down into the top of the boot. That isn't a problem with the boot per se. That is more of the leg opening not being tight enough.

I've been in some pretty heavy downpours in South Florida and never had the boot proper let water in. If I know I'm going to be hitting heavy rain, I'll just throw on boot covers so the wind doesn't force water up my pant leg.

Not sure about the Scotch Guard. That may hamper the breath-ability of the membrane.