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Klim Outlander GTX boot review

Published on: 20/03/2020 14:24


This is not a totally new boot for us here at Motolegends, and that’s because we brought in a small quantity last year. But they sold out really quickly, so we’re bringing it in again for 2020. I’m 99% sure it is exclusive to us.

It’s a short boot, so clearly it’s not an outright off-road piece of footwear. If you’re riding seriously off-road you simply have to have a proper, tall boot; and preferably one of those horribly uncomfortable plastic numbers. So this is a boot for those who want an off-road look, but who want to be able to do some walking when they climb out of the saddle.

Klim has thrown everything at the Outlander. It is Gore-Tex lined. It has D3O in the ankles and in the tongue. It has mesh panels, Scotchlite reflective inserts, a tough off-road sole, a rigid shank in the footbed, counters in the toe and heel, and lastly a BOA system for fastening the laces.

It’s one of the funkiest boots out there. If you want off-road toughness, but with the convenience and walkability of a short boot, then you need to try a pair of these on.

Listen to what our man has to say. If you think he makes some valid points, come and see us or visit the web.

For more information and to order online, click Klim Outlander GTX boot.




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