Tour Master Response 2.0 Boots For Women
- Water-repellent leather and PU upper
- HiPora® waterproof, breathable membrane
- 3M ScotchLite™ on rear area for night-time safety
- VR single density compound sole for reliable grip
- 100% Polyester round laces plus adjustable Velcro® flap for easy fastening
- Molded nylon ankle guard
- Shock absorbing latex foam flex panels
- Leather shift pad
- Tecno GI® thermoplastic heel cup and toe cap
- Preformed orthopedic vibration absorbing foot bed
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Choose the size you’d normally buy in ladies shoes. Use the drop down menu above to view the choices. I’d say these are a medium width and they are roomy enough to wear a decently thick sock. I normally wear either a 9.5 or a 10 in shoes and the 9.5 was comfortable. :: Holly, 09-12-12
Our Two Cents
Update: We’ve had a number of returns on this boot because the eyelets aren’t strong enough to hold up to the force of cinching up the laces, therefore, until Tour Master fixes the issue, we can’t recommend this boot UNLESS you are willing to be gentle with those eyelets. :: Paul, 03-01-16
The Response 2.0 boots from Tour Master will work great for everyday street use. The boots are styled much like a short hiking boot. A simple style like this would work great for people who would want to wear the boots off the bike too… a handy thing for commuters or tourers since they wouldn’t need to think about packing additional boots or shoes. The most striking thing about the boots is the color. Of course they are black, but the finish on the leather is much more “matte” than slick black. It feels like it is somewhere between a smooth finish and a suede. The “blackout” look seems to be very popular with black leather motorcycling apparel these days. The boots have a removable foot bed which is comfy, and since it comes out, you’d be free to use your own foot bed instead if you like. A lace boot like this allows the rider to snug the boot to fit well where the side zip boots (found on about 80% of styles) do not allow for adjustment. This means the chances of getting a good fit is much greater. These boots are about 8 inches tall which is tall enough to give you side ankle bone coverage. The boots have a waterproof lining, but make sure your rain suit or pants are plenty long or rain will come in the tops of a short boot like this. Overall, I think this boot is a great value. Please take the “View Larger Images” link above to view some close-ups!