The TCX Rush 2 WP Boots are ideal for riders who want basic motorcycle boot protection without the heft of a traditional motorcycle boot. Microfiber construction ensures a consistent exterior with a flex junction on the ankle area so it's easy to operate foot controls and walk around off the bike. T-Dry waterproofing keeps your feet dry during rainy rides. Strategically placed reinforcement protections your malleolus, toe and heel counter just in case. Standard laces keep your riding shoes secure, while a Velcro band keeps laces from flapping around.
- Abrasion resistant upper with microfiber inserts
- Flex junctions on the ankle area
- Rear reflective inserts
- T-Dry waterproof liner
- Reinforced malleolus area, shift pad, toe and heel counter
- Laced closure system with Velcro® brand lace cover
- Ortholite® footbed
- High wear-resistant sole
- CE certified
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