Alpinestars Roam Waterproof Boots are the Comfort Commuters Demand

Alpinestars Roam Waterproof Boots are a comfortable waterproof boot designed with a sport touring look, ready for the daily commuter.  Alpinestars continues to produce quality products for motorcycle riders. The Alpinestars Roam is no different.  With a retail price of under $180 dollars,  the Roam Waterproof boots will get you there and back,  while keeping your feet dry and comfortable.  Drystar lining is a fully waterproof membrane that helps keep your feet at a comfortable temperature with its breathable characteristics.

A softer boot, not a ton of protection,  but great for those commutes that require a bit of off-the-bike maneuverability.  These mens waterproof boots have a dual density lateral and medial ankle cups for support and protection that will satisfy most riders.  For added safety, a rear reflective insert adds visibility at night and in low light conditions.  With adjustable Velcro straps,  you can set the support to the level you want.  The advantage of Velcro straps over a zipper is the ease in providing a custom feel.  The Alpinestars Roam WP Boots are easy to put on and take off.

The Roam Boot reminds  me of a step up from the Tourmaster Solution 2.0.  While both boots are extremely comfortable and waterproof,  the Alpinestars has a more custom feel by use of the Velcro straps.  All-in-all,  the Alpinestars Roam Waterproof Boots won’t break the bank at an affordable price your feet can appreciate. If you have any questions about the Roam Boot, post a comment or give us a call. We are here to help you better understand most all motorcycle products. No questions?  Add the Alpinestars Roam to your waterproof gear!

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