Tour Master Coaster WP Road Boots ::

Tour Master Coaster WP Road Boots - Slight Blem

  • Constructed with genuine full-grain cowhide leather
  • HiPora waterproof, breathable membrane
  • Oil-resistant, anti-slip rubber sole
  • Vulcanized rubber sole
  • Molded nylon ankle guard
  • Italian TecnoGI thermoplastic heel cup and toe cap
  • Easy entrance side zipper and lace-up system provides a secure fit
  • 100% soft polyester lining
  • Texxon mid sole with steel shank for increased stability

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Sizing Information

Choose the size you normally wear in a men’s shoe. The width is considered “D” or “normal”. I found the boots to fit fine in my normal size.

Our Two Cents

Save on this group of boots with a slight blem: Our Tour Master distributor found themselves with this group of boots that have slight cosmetic blems. Most blems consist of a slight bit of excess adhesive where the sole is bonded to the upper. In some cases there is a small wrinkle in the leather where the leather is stretched and bonded over the toe box (a tricky assembly process I’m sure). I personally inspected about 20 pair of the lot and all the defects were minor and hardly noticeable. All the boots are brand new and are sold with full warranty from Tour Master. For your information, we’ve included a link below to the equivalent non-blem product page so you can view the fit advice, features and close up pictures of this model boot. I highly recommend these blem boots for the value they offer. :: Paul, 11-15-13

Here’s what we had to say about these boots when we initially reviewed them: The Coaster WP road boots by TourMaster are definitely aimed at the cruiser or street rider. I found some things I like and some things I didn’t. The price is definitely good. The boots seem like they are made with sturdy leather and the soles are very thick. The bullet list says they have a shank in the soles. I was able to get quite a bit of flex in the sole by manually bending them, so if they have much of a shank, it doesn’t extend very far forward in front of the heel. I’d expect to see more stiffness of the sole right where you stand on your pegs. But the good part about the construction of the sole is the thickness. Inseam challenged riders will love these boots. If you take the “view larger images” link above you’ll see a couple ruler shots which show you that the height in the heel raises you about 2 full inches, and the forefoot sole is about 1” thick. The boots have a waterproof barrier which extends about 2/3 of the height of the boot and also is in place behind the side zipper. Speaking of the side zipper, I think they missed the mark on the functionality of this. The gaiter behind the zipper only allows you to open the boots about 1” wider than when closed, and there simply isn’t enough slack to be able to put the boots on and take them off without re-lacing each time. Too bad. Also the boot has side ankle protectors behind the leather which are SUPPOSED to be positioned either side of the ankle bone, but that apparently wasn’t convenient because of the side zipper so they just stuck the armor sort of too high and rearward, so it becomes sort of a “half achilles tendon” protector. Too bad. Still, overall, a pretty good pair of boots for the money as long as you can overlook the two design flaws. :: Paul