The Adventure Boots from Forma look awesome, yes we know safety comes first but style is a close second, especially in the world of motorbikes, if it didn’t look so damn cool would there really be as many people drawn to them, hell no. These boots have been designed for road riding with some handy dual-sport features thrown in, constructed from a lightweight and durable full-grain oiled leather they offergreater rider agility and bike control.
These rather attractive boots from Haix have been designed for walking in mountain and undulating terrain suitable for stalking and still-hunting. The Nature One GTX are available in both men’s and women’s versions and come in sizes 6-15(M) and 3-9(W) with half sizes available throughout both ranges.
This road boot comes in a straightforward black design in European sizes 36-50. it is both waterproof and breathable, thanks to the Gore-Tex XCR membrane that is layered under a ventilated mesh outer body that ensure your feet stay dry in all weather conditions. Constructed from an original ergonomic design that follows the natural shape of the foot for streamlining and a comfortable fit, the main body has an air mesh construction which is layered with breathable materials for high levels of ventilation and is over-injected with soft PU reinforcements.
HAIX, leading functional footwear specialists, design a wide range of safety shoes and work boots, include those for the fire brigade, rescue services, police and military. Unsurprisingly, they are a popular choice in forestry and the craft trade industry thanks to their reputation of high-level protection.
I been riding motorbikes for as long as I can remember, and the weather must be pretty awful for me to opt for my car instead. Throughout these years of riding, I have concluded that you should always wear the best gear you can afford, as you generally get what you pay for with motorbike clothing. My current choice of clothing has boiled down to an armoured Gortex 2-piece suit and heavy adventure motorbike boots. Whilst this combination gives great protection it isn’t the most comfortable of clothing when you get off.
Alpinestars have been making serious apparel for serious sports since 1963, we are taking about the kind of sports where you could potentially die at every second - motocross, road and off-road motorcycling racing, open wheel and stock car racing and the sort of cycling where you throw yourself down near vertical slopes at ridiculous speeds. The Tech 8 RS have been designed for off-road performance with a new, full, inner bootie for a precise and comfortable fit and an innovative buckle closure system for convenience.
Taking safety to the next level is the Black Eagle Safety 50 High boot from HAIX, they sneak a little further up the leg than regular boots to add further protections to the lower leg, the upper material is a 1.8–2.0mm thick waterproof, hydrophobic and breathable leather construction, with a GORETEX lining for further protection against the elements. The lining is also abrasion resistant and has optimised Climate comfort for intense activity levels and working in and outdoors, it allows moisture and heat to escape whilst ensuring nothing but cooling air ge
Scarpa was founded in 1939 by Rupert Edward Cecil Lee Guinness, 2nd Earl of Iveagh, an Anglo-Irish businessman. You may recognise this name as the man who founded of Guinness Brewing Company and the Guinness Book of Records. This guy had his finger in many pies. Although the brand name sounds like a clever rugged word it is actually an acronym for ‘Calzaturieri Asolani Riuniti Pedemontana Anonima’, which translates to the ‘Association of Footwear Manufacturers from the mountain area of Asolo’, which is not quite as catchy - I can see why he shortened it.