There once was peanut butter. There was also chocolate. Then they got combined. And things were even better. It’s kind of the same with motorcycles, road riding, and going off-road. Sometimes the bringing together of two separate things into one awesome thing provides a cumulative total that is worth more than the sum of its parts. For those out there who enjoy Sport Touring / ADV riding, and who happen to be looking for some new footwear options, Alpinestars is happy to help.
For a boot that covers you throughout the shin, the new Alpinestars Corozal Adventure Drystar Boots are definitely something to take note of. With an upper constructed of a PU coated leather / suede combination, riders get a great feel and grip while also retaining a rugged durability over time. To support your riding style, internal supports such as a TPU shin plate and double density ankle protectors are in place, as well as heel and toe box reinforcements. At the same time, the Corozal boots are lined with the Astars proprietary Drystar membrane for proven performance in inclement weather conditions.
If you are in search of something with a little less coverage and beefy buckling, the new Alpinestars Multiair XCR Gore-Tex Boots provide exactly that, and with the added benefit of the world’s best waterproofing materials. The Multiair XCR boots are secured with a reverse buckle closure system that is easy to use, durable, and succinct in its functionality. The full grain leather boots are backed by a Gore-Tex lining that is unsurpassed when it comes to keeping your feet dry while also allowing for great breathability. Ergonomic in its design for great comfort over the long-haul, rugged in its construction, and premium in its materials. That is the Multiair Gore-Tex boots from Alpinestars.
Alpinestars XCR GTX Boots Review:
Getting the right footwear for your grand Sport Touring / ADV adventures is a very important part of the overall equation. The newest options from Alpinestars showcases two different styles for riders whose preferences differ.
Have fun out there, be safe, and as always…
Enjoy the ride,