The latest innovative addition to the class-leading range of Tech Boots for motocross and off-road, the Tech 3 incorporates track-proven performances technologies into an anatomically profiled performer that features protection and comfort. With a durable yet lightweight main shell, plus a range of protection features, inside and out.
• TECH 3 boot is CE certified to EN 13634:2010.
Upper construction is made from innovative and light microfiber material that is flexible and abrasion resistant.
• Light microfiber on front and rear bellow gives more comfort on the flexible area.
• Toe box is made of synthetic material for high abrasion.
• Extended PU synthetic gaiter helps seal out excessive water and dirt entry.
• Contoured TPU calf protector plate, TPU higher medial protector, TPU outer lateral ankle and TPU heel counter offer support and resistance to impacts.
• Rear TPR gaiter patch applied on top of the TPU calf protector gives protection and comfort on rear flex.
• Injected TPU shin plate connected with the TPU medial protector panel; Velcro® upper closure, plus TPR flap for broad ranging calf fit adjustment and support.
• Entire textile lining for more comfort.
• Replaceable EVA footbed with textile lining on top.
• Exclusive high grip rubber compound outsole. The sole is replaceable.
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