News Piloti Motorcycle Boots to Finish Line

Piloti Motorcycle Boots to Finish Line

Motorcycle Boots

Piloti, a worldwide leader in performance footwear, has announced that its shoes are now available in twenty-five Finish Line stores across the United States – making Piloti motorcycle boots more accessible than ever before.

The Finish Line locations themselves are an extension of Piloti’s authentic motorsports heritage, as each store is located near a major racetrack where Piloti Race Performance shoes are used by racecar drivers in amateur and professional races on any given weekend.

"It is only fitting that Piloti footwear would be available at a place called Finish Line, and we are proud to expand the reach of the Piloti brand to these twenty-five Finish Line stores nationwide," said Kevin Beard, CEO of Piloti, Inc.

"We are constantly evolving and improving our footwear and the models available at Finish Line have features such as the patented Roll Control heel, Racing Comfort sockliners, and Liquicell ® technology which make Piloti shoes not only extremely comfortable for all day use, but also biomechanically functional for performance driving and riding."

The Moto 800 motorcycle boot, the brand-new Tamburello and Avus, and the Prototipo, a classic Piloti model, are all available now at the Finish Line stores listed below, as well as at finishline.com.

Piloti’s motorcycle boot, the Moto 800, was designed as a shoe that could be worn not only on the ride, but at the destination. It uses an all-leather construction with Tec-Tuff leather at the toe, increased wear protection for a left or right shift, a mid-foot spat that keeps out the elements, and sculpted arches to fit the pegs of a motorcycle. Available in Black/Laguna Seca Orange and Black/Bordeaux Red, $180.

Named for a post-war track in Berlin famed for its banked north turn, the Avus is a casual shoe that features the Evolution bottom unit. Its clean-lined suede and mesh upper is comfortable for all day wear. Available in Black/Carolina Blue, $85.

The new Tamburello is a vintage-inspired shoe with high quality suede and a close fit for all day comfort, utilizing the Evolution 3 version of the patented Roll Control heel which features a very low profile with an extremely flexible forefoot.

The multi-density Racing Comfort sockliner is anti microbial and provides varied cushioning rates on your foot’s plantar surface with the addition of Liquicell technology. Available in Denim/Smoke and Grey/Orange, $90.

Piloti’s classic Prototipo utilizes the patented Roll Control heel Evolution concept which features dual-density heel cushioning with an internal midsole, Phylon heel clip and our heel-&-toe reinforced lateral side of the right shoe.

The Prototipo is constructed of a combination of high-quality suede and mesh to give you all the fit and performance you have come to expect from Piloti. Available in Race Red/Black and Black/White, $85.

Piloti footwear is available at these Finish Line stores:

Colonial Brookwood Village Birmingham, AL
Beverly Center Los Angeles, CA
Fox Hills Mall Culver City, CA
Ontario Mills Ontario, CA
Trumbull Shopping Park Trumbull, CT
Volusia Mall Daytona Beach, FL
Edison Mall Ft. Myers, FL
Coastland Center Naples, FL
The Mall at Millenia Orlando, FL
The Florida Mall Orlando, FL
Citrus Park Town Center Tampa, FL
Water Tower Place Chicago, IL
Woodfield Shopping Center Schaumburg, IL
Circle Center Mall Indianapolis, IN
Cambridge Side Galleria Cambridge, MA
Columbia Mall Columbia, MD
Lakeside Mall Sterling Heights, MI
Jersey Gardens Elizabeth, NJ
Walden Galleria Buffalo, NY
Roosevelt Field Garden City, NY
Queens Center Elmhurst, NY
Carousel Center Syracuse, NY
Polaris Fashion Place Columbus, OH
Woodland Hills Mall Tulsa, OK
Mall Del Norte Laredo, TX
Potomac Mills Prince William, VA

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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