Posted in MotorCycle NewsTourmaster Flex WP boots. I’m at all times on the prowl for driving gear that’s a step up from what I’m presently utilizing at an reasonably priced worth. The mid-height Flex WP Touring boots from Tourmaster come fairly near nailing my perfect for a commuting boot: they’re waterproof (which I examined in a light-weight rain), have a twin zipper for straightforward entry/exit and supply a pleasant stability of consolation and safety. Oil-resistant, anti-slip rubber soles are strengthened with a metal shank, whereas the leather-based/artificial leather-based uppers sport heel, toe, shin and ankle guards. The boots match nicely and are true to my regular measurement 11. The twin-zipper entry requires a little bit of fiddling to make sure not one of the internal pleat is caught within the second zipper, however I’m hoping that goes away because the boots break in. The soles are inflexible sufficient for consolation on the bike however versatile sufficient for strolling, and really feel barely rounded which contributes to strolling consolation within the workplace or on a brief hike. Earlier expertise with Tourmaster boots has been very optimistic as they proved sturdy and sturdy, and the Flex WPs have a high quality really feel and are well-constructed. With an affordable MSRP of $124.99, they provide a variety of boot for the cash. For extra info, see your vendor or go to tourmaster.com.