Oxtar Infinity GTX Touring Boots
- Full grain leather upper
- Gore-Tex® lining
- Leather shin plate and inner thermo contoured protection
- Elastic upper collar
- Malleolous protection
- Shift pad
- Inside suede heat guard
- Two PU adjustment buckles
- Special sole with specific high grip area; oil and petroleum resistant
Note about Oxtar: This closeout sale is a result of a “re-branding” by the Italian based company that makes Oxtar boots. For ‘08, the almost identical line will be re-introduced as TCS. The re-branding was a result of a change of ownership of the parent company and the need to settle a trademark dispute with another company (has nothing to do with the product). We purchased the entire remaining Oxtar street boot inventory which we are selling at closeout prices until gone. Prices for the new TCS line are considerably higher, so take advantage of the Oxtar closeout sale while inventory remains.
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Please see our Oxtar Sizing Information page for help in choosing a size. Recent US size conversion changes have been made so look it over carefully!
Our Two Cents
These Infinity boots are some pretty tough looking boots! With the side buckles, and the heavy suede panel on the inside ankle area of the boot, they remind me of a cross between a motocross boot and a street boot. With the off road design leanings, I suppose they’d be ideal for those with dual sport bikes. And since they are waterproof, they’d be good for almost any conditions (except maybe really hot weather :). Being a heavy thick boot though, you’d probably not want to use them for riding sport bikes with more delicate shifters due to lack of feel. The buckles are functional and do provide the ability to adjust the instep fit of the boots. Overall, though, they are roomy through the foot and wouldn’t be good for those with narrow feet. The calves are more adjustable than most boots of this type. I’m wearing the boots in the photo, and I have 16” calves and have no problem with fit even with pants tucked in. I’d say 17” calves would be about the max before there would be too little Velcro to fasten at the top closure.
Happy Customers Who Bought This Product
Cool looking boot! Kind of a cross between a street boot and a motocross boot. Very versatile in the looks and riding department. (Read more...)