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Motorcycle Boots

Among all items of motorcycle clothing, the boots add the finishing touch to a riding outfit. The biking footwear not only provides comfort during all-day rides, but weather protection as well. With a range of colours, materials, protective features, find the perfect pair for your motorbike kit.

Style

Men’s and women’s leather motorcycle boots are available in a range of styles. Quarter-height options come to just above the ankles and people can also wear them like shoes, if required. Full-height boots come to just below the knee giving lower legs complete protection from wind and other weather. Whether you wear them for riding your motorbike or out on the town, enjoy going in style with a pair of motorcycle boots.

Comfort

Most boot manufacturers design women’s and men’s motorcycle boots with comfort in mind. Those with fleece linings provide extra protection against wind chill while riding, and trainer-style, hi-top motorcycle boots offer comfort on your feet.

Construction

Many boots come with a strap system that locks your footwear into place for added security. These straps are adjustable and provide a custom fit for anyone. However, some people prefer the classic look and feel of lace-up motorcycle boots, or even those with zipped sides. Some boots come complete with moisture-wicking insoles and linings that control sweat on hot days and help prevent odours and fungal development.

Protection

With added support at the soles, heels, and up the legs, boots for motocross can even help protect against fractures and breaks should you be unfortunate enough to get into an accident. Boots that have steel-toe caps help protect delicate bones and are suitable to wear for jobs where they are a health and safety requirement. Whether you opt for classic leather boots or ones manufactured from synthetic materials, the design all motorcycle boots is to protect your feet from water, grit, wind, and cold while you’re riding.

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