Motorcycle Boot Guide
Motorcycle boots are tough little things - they'll last for ages if you take good care of them.
That means storing and cleaning them correctly. This chapter will tell you how.
We've also got the telltale signs of a dying boot. Because even if you do everything right, there will come a time to replace your kicks.
Does your bike have forward-, neutral- or rear-set foot pegs? Is it for long or short journeys? Casual or aggressive? Pavement or dirt?
You should ask yourself these questions before buying motorcycle footwear. And don’t worry – we have a boot for every possible answer.
Motorcycling is a hazardous hobby; it can leave riders quaking in their little boots. So get the right safety features from your footwear and you won’t have to worry about it.
We break down the best safety certifications to look for. Plus, Ryan discusses some key indicators of a protective boot.
Any discussion of motorcycle boots should begin with the fundamental question – “do I really need them?”
Once upon a time, I would have answered "no." But then I dumped my bike and flattened all the pointy bits on my ankle.
Here's what I've learned since then.