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SKU: 3926-000

Outlander GTX Boot

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$279.99
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ADV TRAVEL Blending the features of a protective touring boot and hiking boot, the Outlander provides peg support and joint and toe protection on the bike while offering the flexibility and traction of a hiking boot off the bike. Engineered for travel-focused adventure.
  • ON AND OFF THE BIKE FUNCTIONALITY
  • STREET-WORTHY MOTORCYCLE AND FOUR-SEASON HIKING BOOT
  • GORE-TEX®
  • GUARANTEED TO KEEP YOU DRY®
  • OVER-ANKLE HEIGHT
  • SINGLE BOA® LACING SYSTEM WITH OPEN LACE GUIDES THAT SHED DEBRIS
  • TRACTION PATTERN DESIGNED FOR WIDE RANGE OF CONDITIONS
  • ENGINEERED HEEL TO TOE FULL WIDTH LASTING BOARD PROVIDES SUPPORT
  • REINFORCED RIGID TOE AND HEEL
  • FULL D30® PROTECTION OVER ANKLES AND IN TONGUE
  • BIO MOTION REFLECTIVITY
  • REINFORCED SCRATCH RUBBER IN HIGH WEAR AREAS
  • FLEXIBLE OUTSOLE
  • NESTFIT® TECHNOLOGY


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    Are all of your toes straight?

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    Really like the boots and would buy them again, but prefer without the Nestfit. My big toe isn't completely straight, so it constantly touches the Nestfit indentation -- like when a shoe is on the small side and your toe is constantly just touching the end. It's just enough to keep reminding me its there, but not really uncomfortable.

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    <br>PRO's: Absolutely love the BOA lace system, and it seems it will be durable. These are very comfortable for walking when you're off the bike. I could wear them all day without a problem. While these aren't "air" boots, they do breathe. I just came back from riding in 95 degree heat and my feet were comfortable.

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    <br>I haven't tried them in the rain yet, but the tongue tends to fold with an exposed gap about half way down the upper that might let water in, so I will always use gaiters with these to be sure that is covered.