Tourmaster has released two new boots with its high-tech OutDry technology for keeping your feet dry while riding: the Epic Touring and Epic Air Touring boots. As noted by the title, the Air edition is created for comfort in warmer conditions and features breathable mesh fabric construction.
Following are the features of the the Tourmaster Epic Touring & Epic Air Touring boots:
Tourmaster Epic Touring & Epic Air Touring Boots
Upper constructed using abrasion-resistant microfiber PU leather (Epic Touring)
Upper constructed using abrasion-resistant microfiber PU leather and breathable open-cell small diameter mesh fabric (Epic Air Touring)
Front and rear 1200 denier polyester accordion stretch panels
TPR shifter guard
3M Scotchlite reflective heel insert and outside piping
Side-entry YKK zippers, hook and loop closures, and full-length waterproof gaiters.
Oil and petrol-resistant, side wrapping vulcanized single density sole
Bontex molded insole
OutDry waterproof and breathable membrane
Air mesh liner
Thermoplastic molded shin plate, EVA toe and heel cup
Dual-compound malleolus protectors
Anatomically designed high-density insole
Meets CE test standards
Available in wide sizing
Tourmaster Epic Touring & Epic Air Touring Boots Fast Facts:
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