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Dainese Fulcrum 3 GTX boots in black



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Dainese Fulcrum 3 GTX boots in black Product Information

We recently came across this new boot from Dainese, and we thought it bought something a bit different to the table. The spec. reads like that of a hundred other touring boots. Full-grain leather concertina stretch.  A Gore-Tex Performance liner. A Groundtrax sole. An Ortholite inner sole. Twin Velcro adjusters at the top of the shaft. One of the stiffest mid-soles we have come across. Protectors in the toe, the heel and the ankles. A gear change pad. Reinforced shin protector. And so on.
But what we especially liked about the Fulcrum 3 is that it simply looks a bit more sporty than most touring boots. Most touring boots look the same. Most of them are styled on a Daytona; and whilst they will all do a job, they all look a bit ugly. By contrast, the Fulcrums are a bit sporty. Dainese, obviously, is a company much involved in the racing world, but it is interesting to see that, whilst this is a boot that is clearly aimed at the rider who commutes or tours, it still has the look of a more race-oriented boot. And that’s what we like about it. It is lightweight, sleek and sporty. You wouldn’t wear them on a GS, but on something sporty they might look better than a pair of Daytona.
There is one other trick up the Fulcrum’s sleeve. It is supremely comfortable. That’s partly down to the suppleness of the leather. And partly down to the concertina bandings on the fore-foot and on the shin. But what makes the Fulcrum so comfortable, and so accommodating, is the Neoprene-like, stretch panel that runs up the spine of the boot. It really is one of those boots that needs no wearing in. They are comfortable out of the box.
They kind of do the same job as all our other touring and commuting boots. With a two-year warranty, they are going to be more than up to the job. But they just do it with a bit more style. Which, I suppose, is kind of what you might expect from somebody like Dainese.


  • Full grain leather
  • Gore-Tex membrane
  • Groundtrax sole for road use in all conditions
  • Ortholite inner sole for comfort
  • Stretch fabric on calf 
  • Twin Velcro adjusters at top of shaft
  • Strengthened mid sole
  • Protectors in toe, heel and ankles
  • Gear change pad
  • Reinforced shin protector
  • 2 year warranty


Dainese boots have a 2 year warranty

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