Hot to Choose Boots Good day fellow riders. Now we’ll have a look at how to choose the right boots for the motorcycle that you ride. If you have a chopper, you should pay attention to this group over here – cowboy-like boots. Good quality,
Spanish, Mexican, American, a bit to show off, a bit for a really
comfortable and good ride, but chopper and these boots are a perfect couple. This boot might also be a good choice,
you can wear it on a regular motorcycle, it’s got a lot of protectors, it’s well-equipped, it’s got a light waterproof membrane so it will keep you dry for about two hours or so. For an everyday ride or riding in dry weather, it’s a fairly good boot, as I said. Riders who like sport motorcycles might of course prefer this type which has all the necessary equipment for sport rides, it’s got a bit more aggressive design, and of course,
it has much more protectors, especially these sliders on the sides, ankle protectors and the ones in the back here. These boots aren’t usually waterproof, that’s the way it is, but they are ideal for sport rides which means that they’ve got good protection,
fit the feet perfectly and they are really good for the purpose
they were made for. And the last but very important category of boots, which is special for us at Geneze, are these genuinely touring boots,
for example these Daytona boots, these boots have got a Gore-Tex membrane and they are made in a way that protects your feet very well, there’s plenty of integrated protectors but they also fit the foot nicely. They are boots in which you really can spend
the whole day, week, month. They won’t make your feet sore, you can wear them on a motorcycle and you can go sightseeing wearing them or go on a trip, depending on where you
go on your motorcycle. I higly recommend these ones. The key thing with boots, apart from the price of course, which is similar to the situation
we talked about in the helmet guide, which means, there are cheap boots, more expensive ones, perfect boots, bad boots or really bad boots. It’s up to you and your possibilities, I won’t be so strict here as I was with helmets, of course even a cheaper boot will serve you well,
and you will get what you expect. Here, you should focus on and think about
where you’d like to go, for how long, because, honestly, if you go on a longer-distance trip, get wet and you are in boots which aren’t waterproof, it’s extremely uncomfortable to ride in wet boots.
They don’t dry easily so I’d suggest you choose from the category with a membrane, good membrane like Gore-Tex, but if you know that you just go out for a Sunday afternoon coffee in the nearby town, a cheap boot will get the job done. It will protect you in case something goes wrong
but you can’t expect a lot from it. In terms of choosing the right size, boots are usually labelled as normal, casual boots, which means a range of sizes 41, 42, 43 and so on. In most cases, it’s comparable, so if your feet is 42, 42 motorcycle boot will fit you well. If you have 46 it will be the same.
However, as with casual boots, it’s important to try them on. Both boots, not only one, both left and right because our feet are not the same size,
each feet has a different size. Put them on, stand in them for a while, walk in your living room, in the shop, take your time to find out whether
they don’t rub you or feel too tight because an uncomfortable, tight boot, well, that is hell. So choose carefully. Have a lucky hand.