How to Choose the Best Sidi Boots for Sale Today

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How to Choose the Best Sidi Boots for Sale Today

By Wesley Pestana | Updated Jun 11, 2019

Sidi Boots

While motocross riding is all about strength, concentration and finesse, the most important thing is your protective gear. The helmet is the most crucial piece of protective gear, but this is followed by the boots. Motocross boots are absolutely necessary to keep you safe on the track, and Sidi boots are some of the best boots out there.

The ankles, calves and feet endure the brunt that comes with the sport more than the rest of the body. Sharp boulders, hot engines, other dirt bikes - all can lead to serious injury to your lower extremities, which is why the use and importance of boots shouldn’t be undermined.

Sidi, the Italian brand known for its contribution to sports gear has a range of excellent motocross boots that we have reviewed below.

Sidi Motorbike Boots Quick Review

Product Best For Our Rating
1. Sidi Crossfire 3 Srs Offroad Boots All Round
2. Sidi Crossfire 2 Srs Offroad Boots Versatility
3. Sidi Adventure Gore Motorcycle Boots Waterproof
4. Sidi Crossfire 2 Ta Offroad Boots Value for Money
5. Sidi Canyon Gore-Tex Motorcycle Boots Casual Dual Purpose

Top Choice: Sidi Crossfire 3 Srs Offroad Boots

These boots are the flagship Sidi boots. Offering the highest quality of construction and best protection and adjustability, a must for anyone who cares about the safety of their ankles.

1. Sidi Crossfire 3 Srs Offroad Boots
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All Round

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2. Sidi Crossfire 2 Srs Offroad Boots
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3. Sidi Adventure Gore Motorcycle Boots
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4. Sidi Crossfire 2 Ta Offroad Boots
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Value for Money

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5. Sidi Canyon Gore-Tex Motorcycle Boots
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Casual Dual Purpose

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The Ultimate Sidi Boots Guide

Part of the game when dirt biking is the sand, mud, rocks, water and brush. These can vary in size and shape and can be difficult and dangerous to navigate through (which is half the fun if I'm being honest).

The main benefit of Sidi boots (much like Alpinestars) is the protection they offer. They protect the feet, calf, and shin area from injuries by protecting the lower legs from trees, rocks, and even other riders. Many motocross boots extend to under the knees and are typically either water resistant or waterproof. For this reason, motocross boots are an absolute must for anyone riding dirt bikes or motocross.

Sidi Motocross Boots

Tradition and values coupled with commitment and an international network, make Sidi a reputable company present all across the globe. Due to their guaranteed superior quality, they are the primary choice of some of the biggest names in the off-road motorcycle racing world.

What to Look for in Sidi Motorcycle Boots

Despite what you might think, your ankles and feet are very fragile. It is crucial to support them as well as protect them from the potential harm that can come while riding your dirt bike, so here are a few factors that you should consider when you purchase dirt bike boots:


The most important factor of any boot is the protection it offers you. Motocross and off-roading are much more aggressive than other riding disciplines and thus the boots require the maximum protection. Boots particularly designed for motocross or enduro riding feature built-in components which offer protection in all the areas it is needed most (which is basically everything from the knee down, your knee braces will look after the knees).

Take care not to buy motorcycle shoes that claim to be motorcycle boots, but don’t even cover the ankles. Also, remember that your chosen boots should not only cover the shin, ankle, and foot - they should also provide sufficient support such that the boots can help the ankles and feet withstand a serious force without twisting. However, if you are not looking for a pair of boots for gnarly riding terrain, you might be interested to read more of our post on why you should consider a decent pair of motorcycle shoes


Another vital factor to take into consideration is the way the boots are constructed. Everything ranging from the materials, to the way the boots are held together make a crucial difference in your safety. Since all boots are created differently, it is important you educate yourself on the materials as well as the methods of construction to find the best pair.

The key difference between motocross boots and boots of other riding styles are the heavy duty protection the dirt bike boots provide due to the tough outer shell which is built for the purpose of withstanding impact from all angles. Tough leather parts of the boots are usually protected by a strong plastic shield, it is the hard outer plastic shell that differentiates motocross boots from the likes of Harley-Davidson boots.

sidi motocross boots


When it comes to motorcycle boots, it's very likely that when you buy a new pair they will feel very uncomfortable at first. The materials will be hard and stiff and your foot won't be used the shape of the new boot (although my foot felt great when I first slipped into my Sidis). The uncomfortable sensation is normal and it will take time to wear in your new MX boots, watch the video below on how to do this.

How comfortable the boots are becomes the determining factor of how long you can wear the boots, so it is important to find a pair that feels good. Before you commit to a pair for long rides, be sure to wear them for some time to see if you feel any uncomfortable spots or pressure points that will bother you when you hit the track.


When it comes to motocross boots the saying: "< >," generally stands correct. But this doesn’t mean that you need to spend too hefty an amount on these boots. If you won’t be spending a lot of time on fast paced motocross tracks or high gnarly enduro loops tracks with your feet constantly in the dirt, there are many options that are more affordable.

Importantly, despite their low prices, these boots still offer decent protection. Although the goal of this article is to provide you with information and recommendations on Sidi's top off-road performance boots, we have actually reviewed one of their best non-performance Sidi motorbike boots as well.

How to Break in Sidi Motocross Boots

After using the same boots for some time, you will find that they get softer and more malleable, and hence comfortable and provide less hindrance to your ride. When you trade these soft boots in and first put your new boots on, they will most likely feel like they are made of stone. They will be constraining and uncomfortable - but this is normal. You do not necessarily have the wrong sized boot, more likely you just need to break them in.

There are some initial things you can do (see below) to prepare your boots for the first ride. We won't go through these as the video above outlines the basics. However, once done with that, the best way to break in boots is to just go riding. Put on the pair of boots you have purchased, flex it a bit to prepare it, but ultimately deal with the initial discomfort that you feel, and spend a day out riding. In short time, they will break in and you can enjoy riding comfortably.

Sidi Boots Review

1. Sidi Crossfire 3 Srs Offroad Boots

Crossfire 3 SRS Sidi Boots Sidi crossfire 3

These boots are the flagship Sidi boots. Offering the highest quality of construction and best protection and adjustability, a must for anyone who cares about the safety of their ankles.

The top-the-range pair of offroad Sidi enduro boots, the Crossfire 3 SRS are the revamped version of the 2 SRS boots. If your only consideration is quality and the protection of the boots, this is the pair for you - it is however the most expensive pair, but what price can you really put on your feet and ankles?

Available in multiple colors to match your bike, kit or personality.

These boots feature an innovative addition to the 2 SRS. The 3 SRS comes with an ankle pivot system to stop the ankle from hyper-extending and tearing the joint. The soles are also thicker and deeper to allow the foot to sit more comfortably in the boot.

The construction is of the highest quality. The Air Teflon Mesh and Cambrelle lining allow for comfort and breathablilty, while the upper of the boot is made with sturdy Lorica and full grain leather. They also come with a replaceable shin plate to protect the vulnerable shins from absent minded tree branches.

These boots are easy to customize and modify. The adjustable buckles are easy to operate and come with memory-regulation system to stay in place once they have been adjusted. The diameter of the calf area can also easily be adjusted to provide a great fit over ankle and knee braces.

  • Highest Quality
  • Adjustability
  • Ankle Pivot Guard to prevent Hyperextension
  • Deeper soles than the 2 SRS
  • Most expensive pair of boots reviewed
  • Not designed to be waterproof (but not half bad)

2. Sidi Crossfire 2 Srs Offroad Boots

Crossfire 2 SRS Sidi Boots Sidi crossfire 2

The classic Sidi boot. These boots are well known for their quality. Not as modern as the Crossfire 3 SRS, but with a more manageable price tag.

The precursor to the Crossfire 3 SRS boots, this pair is a classic. Cheaper than the Crossfire 3, but not with a huge compromise on quality - you can feel comfortable pushing your limits while riding in these.

Not only are the boots sleek and stylish, they also feature an innovative design. The SRS stands for "Sole Replacement System" which is the defining feature of the series. With SRS, the sole can be removed, and replaced allowing the boots to be used for different riding disciplines.

They come with a number of adjustable settings which include a memory retention system as well as the Dual Flex feature, allowing riders to adjust the shin size according to their preference.

The quality of the boots is unquestionable. The leather, as well as the microfiber material, are sturdy and not stiff at all. Lined with Air Teflon Mesh and Cambrelle for comfort, they come standard with removable toe defenders and shin plates that protect the two highly vulnerable areas of the legs and feet. Additionally they come with a shock absorbing heel, to prevent the joints and heels from sprain and injuries.

If you have any doubts about the strength of these boots, check out the video below

  • Sturdy and strong Sidi boot
  • Great adjustability with removable sole
  • Great shock absorption
  • Available in many colors.
  • Airflow isn't great
  • Not as comfortable as other Sidi boots
  • Not fully waterproof

3. Sidi Adventure Gore Motorcycle Boots

Sidi Adventure Gore Boots Waterproof Sidi Boots

These Sidi boots are known to be highly waterproof, the Gore-Tex lining makes them perfect for riding in wet conditions while you remain protected from the roughest of terrain.

Another great pair of Sidi MX Boots are the Adventure Gore boots. These boots are ideal for the rider who is riding in wet terrain, and needs to protect their ankles while maintaining affordability and style.

The boots are lined with the Gore-Tex waterproof and breathable membrane and also feature a polyurethane shin plate, two buckles as well as a Velcro strap closure. The upper part of the boots is made from split grain and top grain leather.

These boots features include a flex system and adjustable straps. The Gore-Tex lining not only keeps water out, but also allows moisture to escape - however this can make the boots hot under normal conditions. While I would not put these boots in the same high end off-road performance boots as the one's listed above, I would mark these as great value for adventure riding.

  • Waterproof Gore-Tex lining
  • Stylish Black Look
  • Not as sturdy as the other boots
  • The toe box is a little rigid
  • Gore-Tex not ideal in hot conditions

4. Sidi Crossfire 2 Ta Offroad Boots

Sidi Crossfire 2 TA Crossfire 2 TA Sidi Boots

A cheaper pair of Sidi motocross boots, while still not compromising on the quality of protection to keep you safe while riding.

Sidi has manufactured many great motocross boots, another one of them being the Sidi Crossfire 2 TA boots. The construction of these boots is very similar to the 2 SRS, but the sole is not replaceable but they are, however, a bit more affordable, offering a good compromise.

The quality and protection of these boots is as good as the SRS models, so you can take these on the rockiest climbs without fear.

The outer material is made using microfiber and leather while the inner liner is made using with the same Cambrelle and Teflon air mesh as the SRS. There is also a thermoplastic defender on the toe area which provides great protection against damage to the toe.

The boots come with adjustable buckles that are replaceable as well as easy to use. The adjustable buckles are fitted with the same memory regulation system and dual flex systems as the SRS series, so the boots enjoy flexibility and ensure the natural position of the foot bed.

The boots feature three extended ribs at the back to help the rider in making upshifts with the heel. Additionally, the heel is shock resistant, anatomically shaped, and rigid, providing maximum protection.

  • Easy to adjust
  • Cheaper than the SRS
  • Ribs on the rear help the rider upshift
  • The sole is not replaceable and can be slippery in ice, snow, and mud
  • Not completely waterproof

5. Sidi Canyon Gore-Tex Motorcycle Boots

Sidi Canyon Boots Sidi Canyon Gore-Tex

These boots are not recommended for extreme off-roading, but are more suitable for the casual cruiser. You might even get away with them at work if they weren't covered in mud.

The ultimate dual purpose motorcycle boot. These boots are the best compromise of practicality, price and fashion. Not truly sidi enduro boots, they are more suited to casual use.

The boots come up lower than the other boots, but still protect the ankle. and also come with a waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex membrane to keep the rider dry. The top grain leather construction and double stitching makes sure that the boots stay stable for years, while the ratcheting instep buckle makes sure that the heel stays firmly planted. Moreover, the thick soles dampen the engine and road vibrations that are sent via the pegs.

These boots are equipped with a Velcro band closure system on top of the ankle and a micro adjustable strap system below the ankle.

They come with a rigid nylon innersole and a full-length inner gaiter. The removable arch support coupled with internal heel, ankle, and toe protection provides comfort and protection. The boots feature nylon plating, leather toe shift-brake pad, and internally padded shin plate.

The boots are highly comfortable without any areas that pinch the foot. The sole has a lug-type grip non-slip sole that offers good grip and is very easy to clean; the dirt can just be gently brushed off, and boot cream can be used on the shiny parts. A good choice for the more casual rider.

  • Stylish dual-purpose boot
  • Very comfortable
  • Easy to clean
  • Cheapest pair of boots reviewed
  • Not as sturdy the stronger boots
  • Ankle isn't as high as some of the other boots

The Best Sidi Boots

Considering all the five boots, it is safe to say that my favorite boots are the Sidi Crossfire 3 SRS Offroad boots. They are highly innovative and incorporate the latest technology to offer the best in protection and comfort, and despite being the most highly priced among the five, these are our primary choice.

These boots offer

  • The ultimate protection for feet and ankles
  • High quality construction
  • High comfort for extended rides
  • The trusted reputation of the Sidi brand

For dirt biking, you need boots that are not only comfortable but also super flexible and the Crossfire SRS 3's sole replacement system coupled with the memory regulation system make sure that you enjoy a good riding experience. They also provide the best protection, so you can worry less about being (seriously) injured while enjoying the world's best sport. Get yourself a pair of Sidi boots!

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Alpinestars Boots – the World’s Best Boot Brand Reviewed

Alpinestars Boots - the World's Best Boot Brand Reviewed

By Wesley Pestana | Updated Jun 11, 2019

Alpinestars Boots

My brother gave me a very valuable piece of advice once: invest in what’s under you... your bed when you sleep, your chair when you work, and your shoes when you walk. I laughed it off but years of suffering from a sore back, tired butt and blistered feet have taught me otherwise. I’ve since added my own bit of advice: invest in your boots when you ride! Motorcycle gear is expensive and requires an initial investment but boots are one of the areas where you can’t afford to go for cheapies. However, there are good mid-range options that are affordable and quality. Here are the best Alpinestars Boots that you can invest in for your feet – and your budget!

Alpinestars Motocross Boots Quick Review

Product Best For Our Rating
1. Alpinestars Tech 5 Boots Compromise between Quality and Price
2. Alpinestars Tech 7 Boots Great Quality
3. Alpinestars Tech 10 Boots Great Quality
4. Alpinestars Tech 3 Boots Mid Range
5. Alpinestars Inner Booties Inner Booties
6. Alpinestars Tech 1 Boots Beginners

Top Choice: Alpinestars Tech 5 Boots

Closure systems are a really important part of quality motorcycle footwear. Alpinestars uses the latest technology to equip all boots with strong buckles and a quick-release

1. Alpinestars Tech 5 Boots
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Compromise between Quality and Price

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2. Alpinestars Tech 7 Boots
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Great Quality

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3. Alpinestars Tech 10 Boots
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Great Quality

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4. Alpinestars Tech 3 Boots
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Mid Range

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5. Alpinestars Inner Booties
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Inner Booties

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6. Alpinestars Tech 1 Boots
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Why Alpinestars?

A quick history of Alpinestars gives us some insight into the dedication and focus on quality assurance that the brand has offered since its inception back in the early 1960s. Alpinestars has been around since founder Sante Mazzarolo began creating a new boot for local motocross riders in northern Italy. The boots soon became a popular piece of motorcycle off-roading gear and the company has continued to produce top-quality racing gear ever since.

The boots that Alpinestars makes are not your standard everyday riding shoes (in fact we’ve done an updated in-depth guide to choosing motorcycle shoes for everyday riding) and we’ll do a quick recap here before explaining what makes Alpinestars boots different.

Alpinestars boots

Factors to Consider When Choosing Boots


There are different types of motorcycle boots intended for different purposes such as off-roading, touring or just riding casually. Some boots are designed to offer more protection, while others provide both comfort and safety. As with regular footwear, your personal style will depend on several factors including preference, purpose and price.

Boot Height

Your own height, preferred style and purpose of riding will influence the required height of your boots. Short boots are fine for casual riding but off-roading, motocross and wintertime riding might be more enjoyable with high boots – refer to our guide for more information.


Boots need to have basic features such as a strong sole with good grip and abrasion, ventilation, toe sliders and sturdy closures. Remember, a good investment always comes at a price and your boots should be optimally designed to keep your feet safe, warm, dry and comfortable.


Regardless of what type, motorcycle boots need to fit properly in order to offer maximum protection. Boots should fit snugly around the foot with minimal room for movement inside and the ankle should be secured – nobody has time for rolling ankles.

Alpinestars boots should be purchased with the above factors in mind. However, there are some additional features that these boots offer. Like the Italian brand, Sidi, Alpinestars boots target the off-road, motocross and all-terrain riders amongst us (motocross riders, this one’s for you!). These boots are not intended for casual riding; they are designed to offer ultimate protection against the elements for riders who are ready to face adventure.

What Do Alpinestars Boots Offer?

Ask anyone online, Alpinestars make some of the best boots out there. They are made to meet the highest standards when it comes to sealing out water and dirt, providing shock absorption, and fitting securely with a strong closure system. Interior lining needs to be comfortable and protective while toe areas should be slim enough to handle controls easily while riding.

The Alpinestars brand focuses on producing product ranges that are tailored for technical perfection and comprise different materials for better levels of protection. Materials such as full-grain leather, microfiber and poly-fabrics are used to make the boots lightweight yet high quality. These motocross boots protect your lower legs, ankles and feet from things such as exhaust heat, grazes and even potentially fatal collisions. Aside from goggles and a helmet, boots are the most important piece of protective gear out there.

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Another reason to trust Alpinestars motocross boots: they are continually developed and tested to introduce new features and ensure top quality. Some of the latest innovative features include the density foot chassis and ankle control system, as introduced in the new Tech 10 boots. The foot chassis is injected with advanced polymer compounds to provide flexibility and stability. Inner ankle braces have pivot points to allow for rotation and freedom of movement without compromising on safety.

Boots need proper closure systems to ensure a snug fit – preferably, motorcycle shoes will have multiple closure systems to ensure that they protect the feet in case of impact. Alpinestars boots are equipped with closure systems that have a quick release and locking system. The buckle closures are strong and help improve motorcycle riding safety.

alpinestars motocross boots

The designs are brightly coloured and stylish to boot – pun intended! White, black, red, blue, yellow in different patterns… the choices are endless. Of course, there are natural and simplistic styles in plain black, white and neutral shades of brown as well. There’s something to suit every taste and the coloring scheme really makes these an attractive fashion choice.

The Alpinestars Tech range presents some innovative motocross designs that are among the latest developments in the field of motocross and off-road motorcycling. This is the range that we’ll focus on for this review, since there are options to suit every budget and the technical design of these models is just awesome.

Keep in mind that some boots might require the use of an inner bootie. Inner booties from Alpinestars that are compatible with most Tech model boots are available in all sizes and have a built-in ankle brace for extra support. It’s nice being able to replace a smaller part of the boot if your pair is getting worn down without having to dish out hundreds of dollars. The inner booties makes it easy to protect your feet and stay comfortable even if your boots are getting old – it’s so much effort to break in a new pair of boots, why not get a fresh pair of inners instead? Check out the inner bootie review below.

best alpinestars boots

With the discussion above in mind, let’s take a closer look at some of the superior Alpinestars motocross boots available on the market.

Alpinestars Boots Review

1. Alpinestars Tech 1 Boots

Alpinestars Tech 1 Tech 1 Boots

Beginner’s luck: a pair of quality affordable boots for first-time riders!

Here’s the best budget pair of entry-level Alpinestars that you can get. Motocross boots generally range in the higher price class but these are absolutely affordable without compromising on quality. These are a great option for first-time riders – you’ll get all the comfort and protection you need without breaking the bank. After all, you’ve probably just spent a bundle of money on all the other gear that motorcycling demands.

The materials are lightweight and durable, with microfiber inserts to assist front and rear flexing for better control. The boots extend well above the mid-calf and have a reinforced toe box for better impact performance. Who doesn’t love a bargain boot?

  • Quick break-in
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Great price
  • Perfect for off-roading
  • Difficult fit for bigger calves

2. Alpinestars Tech 3 Boots

Alpinestars Tech 3 Tech 3 Boots

Can you really put a price tag on calf and shin plates? These are a great option for rough rides and hard falls. Worth every penny!

This one is a mid-range boot that offers fantastic features for novice to intermediate off-road riders. If you’ve ever fallen and scraped your shins as I have, you know how painful it is – and I’m willing to bet that you’ll pay a pretty penny to avoid ever undergoing that type of pain again. These boots have built-in contoured calf protector plates, the ultimate in footwear safety.

The Tech 3 also comes with a toe box for improved abrasion performance. The boots boast the new closure system from Alpinestaars and include 3 polymer buckles that you can replace yourself if necessary. The quick release and locking system is also convenient and useful in case of emergency where boots need to be removed quickly.

  • Good mid-range option
  • Off-road lug sole
  • Calf and shin plates
  • Moisture-wicking interior
  • Warm for summertime riding

3. Alpinestars Tech 5 Boots

Alpinestars Tech 5 Tech 5 Boots

Closure systems are a really important part of quality motorcycle footwear. Alpinestars uses the latest technology to equip all boots with strong buckles and a quick-release

Moving on to the Tech 5 Alpinestars, the price increases a bit but some awesome features have been added. This would be a good mid-range option for casual motocross riders. In motocross riding, a boot’s instep plays a major role in comfort, control and support. This pair has a redesigned instep with better flex zones, perfect for better manoeuvrability without hampering safety or being uncomfortable.

Closure systems are just as important and the Tech 5 boasts the same innovative quick-release/locking system but with well-constructed polymer and fiberglass buckle arms for added durability. Locked in and ready to go!

  • Water-resistant
  • Lightweight
  • Easy to clean
  • Fiberglass buckle arms
  • Stiff out of the box

4. Alpinestars Tech 7 Boots

Alpinestars Tech 7 Tech 7 Boots

I’m not picky but matching gear is a lot cooler than sporting some odd mix of clashing colors.

Moving into the higher price class, the Tech 7 boots from Alpinestars are impressive in looks, performance and quality. This model has the widest available selection of design choices so if you are picky about matching your gear, this would be a good choice. There’s everything from plain white or black to pairs with accents in yellow, red, green and even orange – and they all look pretty damn cool.

I wouldn’t say I’m very picky (I’m sure my girlfriend will differ here, ha-ha!) but being able to choose the color I want and still getting top-notch features at a great price ranks right up there with the finer things in life.

  • Great color/design selection
  • CE certified
  • Ergonomic design
  • Biomechanical pivot system
  • Not fully waterproof

5. Alpinestars Tech 10 Boots

Alpinestars Tech 10 Tech 10 Boots

I’m not picky but matching gear is a lot cooler than sporting some odd mix of clashing colors.

Ah, the Tech 10 boots. What can I say? It’s the benchmark boot for motocross riding – and not the casual kind. Alpinestars boasts with these as being the most technical motocross boot ever conceived and they are a popular choice for professional motocross racers (even Redbull racers love them – how many Alpinestars pairs can you spot in the gallery?).

Everything is upgraded: a co-injected foot chassis for better flexibility, lightweight upper with leather and microfiber for better resistance, advanced closure system, ergonomic design for front and rear flexion support… and the list goes on.

Now, these babies are expensive but remember, invest in what’s under you. If you’re serious about pursuing motocross riding and plan to go off-road or enduro riding on a regular basis, these will prove invaluable.

  • Technical superiority
  • Front and rear sliding blades
  • Structural stability and integrity
  • Shock-resistant
  • Price
  • They’re so great you need more than one pair!

6. Alpinestars Inner Booties

Alpinestars Inner Booties motocross booties

Extra gear for extra protection and comfort – and these inner booties are easily replaceable, too.

Getting back to the booties we mentioned above… here’s a more thorough review. Internal booties are great because they are replaceable and give new life to an old pair of boots that are still in working condition but need a bit of extra comfort. Another great use for internal booties is to ensure a better fit. Motocross boots can feel incredibly stiff and an inner bootie can help you get used to the feeling by covering the foot with extra protective material.

Inner booties are also a good option for riders who have smaller or narrow feet that don’t conform to regular sizes – the bane of my existence, until I discovered booties. This particular pair of booties is for the Tech 10 model of Alpinestars. While it may seem expensive, the money you’re paying for these is much less than the cost of buying a new pair – it’s all relative. To find out more about the technical details of this inner bootie and its dual-hinge design, check out this review.

  • Extra support
  • Easily replaceable
  • Better boot fit
  • Pricey

Conclusionary Title

Alpinestars Tech boots offer something to suit every budget: whether you’re a novice rider looking for an affordable option or an avid motocross fan looking to up your game with proper gear, the Tech range has it all. Our favorite for Alpinestars boot is the Tech 5 since it’s a mid-range option that suits beginners but still functions superbly for seasoned riders – the best of both worlds, really. Ready to invest yet? Let us know in the comments section which pair is your favorite!

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