Kore Adventure Boots

SKU: KRE-BT99-BRBR-43
Availability: 3 in stock
$149.99
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Action Athlete Supply is pleased to exclusively offer Kore’s Adventure boot direct to its riders at the superb price of $149.99! Compare the Kore Adventure boot to other similar boots on the market that sell for $250 or more and you will realize what a value the Kore Adventure boot offers.

Features include:

  • Bonded non-slip lug type sole.
  • Replaceable micro adjustable cam lock buckle system.
  • Split grain leather is used for the upper’s construction.
  • Multi pleated arch, upper calf and Achilles areas for maximum comfort.
  • Double stitched in all high stress areas.
  • Extra strong inner sole with removable arch support pad.
  • Exclusive cam-lock buckle system combined with a Velcro secured upper flap with an elastic expansion panel.
  • Lined with an anti-abrasion, breathable mesh nylon which prevents complete absorption of water and sweat. Thus the boot will dry quickly after use.
  • Inner gaiter rises to mid-calf.
  • Top of boot closure system helps to seal out the elements.
  • Reinforced inner and outer ankle cups as well as toe and heel cups.
  • Tough plastic shin guard.
  • Plastic shifter and brake protection panels.
  • Extra plastic exterior guard protects the rider’s small toes.
  • Reflective panel above the heel for safety.
  • Slim, cool non-bootie design.

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All the boot, half the price.

If you're like me and treat your adventure bike as a transport to actual adventures (not just pavement trips), you'll love these boots. I'm out every weekend and sometimes the middle of the week. And when I go adventuring, I go adventuring. That means a ride through dirt, mud, snow... whatever it takes to get where I'm going. And then hike to a spot from there most of the time. I didn't want a stiff MX boot due to the amount of walking I do when out. I needed something walkable, AND waterproof. The Kore Adventure boots are the real deal. I had eyeballed other brands, but like you, I wasn't crazy about paying almost $300. So I didn't. I stumble on the Kore boots. I didn't know anything about them, and couldn't find any reviews. But I ordered anyhow. Been in mud, snow, wading creeks. No wet feet. No torn up boots. No torn up feet after hiking in them, and no crushed feet on the few mishaps where the KTM has, um... accidentally fallen over. Sold. Will definitely buy again when these wear out.