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Boot review: Rev’It Apache H2O touring boots

Steve Farrell, 14 September 2012 09:56

Rev’It Apache H2O touring boots, £164.99Miles covered/time: 2000/18 months What’s good: A key attraction of these boots is the look. They’re nicely styled from tough full-grain leather, with suede at the shin and calf. They’ve got a comfy, springy sole and a handle on the calf that makes them easy to pull on. They seem sturdy enough to provide a ...

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Tucano Urbano Nano Shoe Cover

Steve Farrell, 29 August 2012 11:15

Tucano Urbano Nano Shoe Cover, £33.99Time used: One yearWhat’s good: Put them over any footwear and suddenly you have waterproof boots on. Take them off again and stuff them in your pocket, folded neatly and compactly in their own zip bag. Unlike some fold-away waterproof boots, they actually have a rubber sole, which means they don’t wear out the first ...

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Alpinestars Stella Gran Torino Gore-Tex Boots

Alison Silcox, 29 August 2012 11:08

Alpinestars Stella Gran Torino Gore-Tex Boots £229.99Miles covered/time: 3200/four months What’s good: I have solid calf muscles, always have had, always will have and it poses a problem when getting bike boots to fit. But that’s not the case with this lady-specific design. They may not look the most attractive boot in the world but they are functional and the ...

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Product Review: TCX X-Street Sneaker boots

Ped Baker, 23 August 2012 12:29

TCX X-Street Sneaker boots, £79.99Miles covered/time: 986/two monthsWhat’s good: The Street Sneakers look like normal Converse-style boots but feature a slightly thicker denim material, hard ankle armour and brushed leather on the toes and heel. The boots are all-day comfortable and despite the stiff-ish sole and ankle armour, walking isn’t hampered in any way. Each pair is hand ‘distressed’ so ...

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Boot review: Alpinestars Tech 8 Light

Liam Marsden, 20 July 2012 16:09

Alpinestars Tech 8 Light off-road boots, £339.99Miles covered/time: 350/five months What's good? They’re built like tanks and can take a real battering. I’m pretty sure when we as humans have destroyed ourselves, there’ll be the plenty of these knocking about on earth with nothing but a few scratches. Despite their size and build they’re incredibly comfy, thanks to the soft ...

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Boot review: Alpinestars SMX Gore-Tex

Michael Neeves, 16 May 2012 11:42

Alpinestars SMX Gore-Tex boots (now superseded by SMX Plus Gore-Tex, £299.99)Miles covered/time: 10,000+/five years What’s good: I’ve been wearing these very durable waterproof boots for five years. I use them for my daily commute and on biking holidays. They’re warm, fully waterproof, look great and are lightweight enough to wear on a sports bike, even on track. They even have ...

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Boot review: Hein Gericke Rallye

Simon Brown, 30 April 2012 11:52

Hein Gericke Rallye Boots (superseded by Rallye III, £219.99)Miles covered/time: 5000/five years What’s good: Brilliantly rugged, these are the boots I pick when the conditions turn really nasty. Reassuringly thick leather and Gericke’s Hiprotec armour offer confidence and the grippy sole allows plenty of purchase on damp, slippery footpegs. Gore-Tex keeps you dry and the buckle-style fasteners are secure while ...

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Boot review: Alpinestars S-MX5 waterproof boots

Andy Downes, 15 February 2012 11:51

Alpinestars S-MX5 waterproof boots, £179.95 at MCN ShopMiles covered/time: 3500/six months What’s good: These waterproof boots thankfully live up to their promise and manage to combine warmth with total waterproofing; something so many other claimed waterproof boots don’t. They may look like race boots rather than other rival boots that look more like wellies, but they still do a great ...

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Alpinestars S-MX5

Tom Cambio, 05 December 2011 15:16

Alpinestars S-MX5 boots, £149.95Miles covered/time: 3200/three months What’s good: Everything (almost). The S-MX5 is the entry level sporting boot from Alpinestars, but it’s far from basic with double injected polyurethane providing protection for the shin, ankle, calf, toe and heel, replaceable toe sliders and further internal protection supporting the ankle. There are small vents on the ankle, heel and forefoot ...

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Alpinestars S-MX5 waterproof boots

Andy Downes, 21 October 2011 09:16

Alpinestars S-MX5 boots, from £180 Miles covered/time: 4500/six months What's good: They are totally, utterly and completely waterproof which, for waterproof boots, comes as a tremendous relief if disappointing past experience is anything to go by with so many pairs. The build quality and style are top notch and even though these are waterproof touring boots they don't look like ...

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