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Alpinestars Tech-5 Boots Alpinestars Tech-5 Boots Bike1775 - Jesup Ga Tech 5’s "Alpinestars make some really good boots. These tech 5’s are no different. You can’t beat them for under $300. They are a little tight when they’re brand new, but they break in pretty nicely. Good quality boots and they’ll last you a good long time especially if you’re just a every now and then rider. If you’re a true every chance you get sho nuff rider, I’d recommend the tech 8’s"
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Fox Racing 2018 180 Boots Fox Racing 2018 180 Boots Vinny - So Far So Good "Only have one day on these so just a preliminary review, but very happy so far. I tried on a handful of $200-$300 options, and these felt like the most safe/protective option. Fit was perfect for what I was expecting, I'm a size 11.0 sneaker almost always, sometimes a 10.5, and the 11.0s fit me perfect and have room for a thick sock if needed. This is my first pair of real moto boots, compared to the others I tried on in the store (including some nicer models as well) the ankle flexibility seems decent. First day of riding they were usable, but definitely hoping that a little break-in makes them a little easier to flex. I did really have any problems shifting though, even on the first day. I'm sure it's well worth it to spring for the Instinct or another high end model if you want to, but if want to keep the budget reasonable these seem to be a very good option with minimal compromise."
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Motorcycle Boots: More than Just Image

Motorcycle riders never compromise. Be it a day long journey or a quick trip to the store we always gear up. Helmet, pants, jacket, gloves and motorcycle boots. Every piece of armor is attached to our body every time. When we're rushed and just want to get out the door it's certainly tempting to cut corners and the boot is often the first thing to go. The bottom line is street bike boots are indeed an aspect of the complete motorcycle image but in reality it's all about protection.

There are more than two dozen bones that construct the feet and ankles and they are small and intricate. Our feet and ankles simply cannot withstand a high speed impact. Moreover, the average weight of a motorcycle is 400 pounds and canvas shoes or sandals offer little if any protection against the weight of a bike or the heat from the engine in the event you lose your balance and fall over.

Therefore, think of your riding gear as a puzzle. When the puzzle is complete you're ready to ride. Sportbike boots represent the bottom section of your puzzle. You're not done gearing up if you're missing any pieces of the puzzle.

MotoSport stocks a variety of motorcycle boot styles, sizes and fits. Each has its own look, style and features to suit individual tastes, comfort and needs. We have buckle boots, zipper boots, Velcro boots and even lace boots that cover your ankle and as high as your upper calf.

If you're the indecisive type and have trouble picking the best sportbike boots for you please give us a call at 866-677-7338 or use the Live Chat to talk to a fellow rider. We are "The Guys that Ride" so we can help you find the best boots to complete that final piece of the gear puzzle to get you on your motorcycle with the best feet and ankle protection available. Of course we also want you to look good too!

MotoSport is the street bike boots specialist you need to find the right look, the right style, the right fit and the right protection. We send our boots fast and orders more than $79 ship free.