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BMW Motorrad CruiseComfort Boots

BMW

Sale price $249.00 Regular price

The CruiseComfort boots are excellently equipped – the ideal entry-level all-year-round touring boots. They offer a range of practical details that are highly
impressive. The upper material itself made of a textile/leather mix guarantees low weight, flexibility and a high level of wear comfort. The foot area is made of water repellent
cowhide leather, while the shaft is made of abrasion-resistant lightweight polyamide so as to improve ventilation. Thanks to the GORE-TEX® membrane, the boots are windproof, waterproof and
highly breathable, making them suitable for all seasons.

The concealed long zip on the inside makes for easy slip-on, slip-off, while the wide velcro area on the calf allows individual width adjustment. The shaft end also features soft
microfibre. The oil and petrol resistant rubber outsole provides a secure hold on the footrests as well as sufficient comfort when strolling through the city. Reflective material on
the heel increases road safety. The anatomically shaped insole is removable and can be washed. The black CruiseComfort boots come in sizes 39 to 48.

-Material: Polyamide Textile & Hydrophobized Leather
-Waterproof Via GORE-TEX
-Microfiber Inner Shaft
-Washable Insole

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Rod Lappin
Very comfortable from day one BUT!!!

It's been a few years since I purchased these at a BMW Shop in SEMO. Less than a year later one of the zippers came apart in the middle. Luckily I was close to the shop and stopped by showing them the issue. Of course they needed to send in the boots for inspection, but ultimately replaced them.
I do wear them often, but the soles are not worn hardly at all and the rest of the boots while having some marks from the shifter and scratches, I'd continue wearing them, but another zipper has given out.
I was able to rethread it, but at the upper there is a place where I have to pay attention not to cause it to come off track and where I put it on track at the starting end I couldn't "Sew" in closed. (Broke two needles). I've applied some silicone and will see if that stops the lowering appropriately. I may see if I can find a good "Cobbler" to to a replacement of the zipper, maybe on both since I can't just wear one boot.