TCX S-Sportour Boots ::

TCX S-Sportour Boots

  • Microfiber upper with front and rear padded flex zones
  • Molded PU heel counter, ankle guard, and shin guard
  • Interchangeable PU toe slider
  • Air Tech breathable liner

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Sizing Information

After trying on a few sample pairs of this model, we agree that the sizing is consistent with TCX’s published size conversion chart. The general width would be “normal” which is D or possibly E. To compare, I’d say the overall fit is somewhere between a Sidi boot which is generally pretty trim and an Alpinestars boot which runs more wide. Please click here to see the TCX size chart.

Our Two Cents

Overall, I really like the S-Sportour boots, uh… aside from the goofy spelling of the name which will no doubt hamper their sales because of missed Google search opportunities. But anyhoo, I’ve always liked the overall price and quality of TCX boots and this new model doesn’t disappoint. The materials and feel of the boot is definitely on par with the other two big players in the boot market, Sidi and Alpinestars. The upper is made of a man-made leather (which is almost universal in this business) because this material wears well and is very abrasion resistant. The boots have very substantial protectors at the heel, shin and over the ankle bones. I like the mesh-type interior. It reminds me of the material common in helmet linings. It should be comfortable and long wearing. Like other sport boots, the sole is low profile, but sturdy, and has a stiffener in the arch. I say “thumbs up!”. —Paul, 02-06-12

Happy Customers Who Bought This Product

From: Alex K.
Location: California

Killer boots for the money, loaded with features of mid-range boots. Very good craftsmanship with excellentquality zippers and plastic sliders. Very comfortable to wear all day and fairly easy to put on. (Read more...)

From: scott r.
Location: North Carolina

I bought these boots to use for track days, trying to avoid the expense of the alpinestars and sidi. My sidi's were worn out. A mistake for me. The boots are far too thick at the shift toe to easily engage the shift linkage. They are also very hot... (Read more...)