Display Name:LarryCCOGood Value Cons:Order a half size larger
Date Submitted: July 9th, 2014 Pros:Very nice boot.
I’m pleased with the fit and comfort of this boot. The zipper works well and the boots required very little break-in. Went thru some trials getting exactly what I wanted, but CompAcc customer service stuck with me. First pair had the wrong model boot in the box I received, then on the second try the left boot was too tight. On the third time around the fit was great. Glad I stuck it out because I eventually ended up with exactly what I wanted. Like other Aeromoto branded products, these boots seem like a really good value. These boots are actually more comfortable than a much more expensive pair of Gaernes that I have. As it turned out my customer service associate wore the same size shoe as me and went to the warehouse and actually tried on the boots to make sure all was well. Now that’s customer service
Choosing the right motorcycle boots may seem a bit overwhelming, there are hundreds upon hundreds of options to choose from. Balancing style, protection, and comfort are all part of the process. Knowing what kind of riding you plan on doing and the weather you expect to encounter are other considerations. In this guide we show some examples of different boots you can buy, and what makes them work for different situations. Have a question? Leave a comment below and we’ll do our best to steer you in the right direction!
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