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TCX X-Tour Evo GTX boot review

Published on: 15 April 2020

The TCX X-Tour Evo GTX is not your average touring/commuting boot. It’s got a particularly impressive spec., and in part that’s down to the fact that it’s a near carbon copy of one of the most highly-regarded boots on the market: the Daytona Road Star GTX. In fact, so close is it in design terms that it’s amazing the matter didn’t end up in court. Like the Daytona, the TCX’s full-grain leather is backed with a Gore-Tex comfort liner. Most of the other detailing is such that you can barely tell the difference between the two models: twin zips, Velcro calf adjuster, soft-padded accordion inserts, reflective inserts, and so on. In the margin, the Daytona is the better boot. It’s got a better and more supple leather, has a wider range of fits, comes with a world-class repair service and a galvanised steel shank in the sole. But, and it’s a big but, the Daytona costs over £400; the TCX costs less than £200. But take a few moments to listen to what the Chap in the Cap has to say, because it’s still not going to be an easy one to call.

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