Great fit and feel right out of the box. Buckles are easy to get used too. Toe to shifter feel is good.
I've only worn them once so far for about 7 hours. Nice comfortable boots didnt need to brake them in and they're easy to walk around in. I have wide feet and had no problem with my feet the whole day. So far they're great.
Love look of boots toe box fairly narrower then I would like also uncomfortable around ankles trying to get used to them but most likely wasted my money and will need to buy another boot also to thick in front to comfortably shift even after re adjusting controls
comfortable fit with no breakin, impressive boot right out of the box, should have many years use.....very good boot!!!
Perfect boots for the riding we do. We ride woods with a lot of logs, roots, ruts, and rocks. Usual Alpinestar comfort. Fit was exact to size. Ready to go out of the box. The extra lugs near the toe come in handy while walking chopping trail and if you find yourself having to give the bike a bit of a push. Well designed Enduro Boots.
Very happy that I bought the Alpinestars tech 7 enduro boots super comfortable the soles have good grip for off the bike and provide really good protection. My shoe size is 10.5-11 and the size 11 fit perfect.
These are really comfortable boots and the buckles are really nice too. However, they are not worth the money because the sole on my right boot is already missing a chunk out of it from kick starting my bike and I have a hole in the plastic right above the sole. The left sole is showing signs of wear as well. I have only had the boots a year and only ride 2 to 3 times a month. After these completly wear out I will go back to the $115 O'Neal Element boots.
I went from 90 dollar fly boots to these and wow what a difference. These were super comfortable right out of the box. I feel a lot safer in them as well. I wish they were more water proof, but no real complaints
This has been a great boot, no break in period, came ready to ride with lots of mobility. The only draw back I have found with these boots after several months of riding is that your feet are going to get wet if there is any water on the trail. Even hitting puddles you will find yourself having to try and dry out your boots and ring out your socks. Other than this they have been great, I hear the Sidis are better at keep ing your feet dry.