Mens Thor Dual Sport Boots, Short

Motorcycle Offroad 50/50

Posted by Tim

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Mens Thor Dual Sport Boots, Short Dual sport riding is a great compromise in the motorcycling world. It is growing in popularity for a number of reasons. Dual sport motorcycles can perform reasonably well in both dirt and street situations. However, this dual nature can create some interesting gear conundrums for the dual sport rider. This is especially true in the boot department.

Street boots protect well in asphalt situations but don't hold up well to the constant scrapes and gouges of rocks and branches in trail situations. On the other hand, motocross boots can be serious overkill in street and trail situations.

Thor's 50/50 boots bridge this gap well. They are an external buckle-type boot in a short style. The lack of shin protection will surely scare away serious off-road motorcyclists. However, they are not the target market for the boot. The boot is designed for moderate trail riding mixed with street duty. They are also a great choice for ATV riders. The footwear offers both on and off bike comfort (unlike motocross-specific boots).

The boots are offered in three color combinations: black, tan, and Attack (which is a white and red combination). The size offerings are men's 6-12 with no half sizes.

If you fit into the motorcycling demographic outlined above, you are going to like these boots.

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  1. Fox Racing Comp 5 Mens Off Road Motocross Boots Says:

    [...] short boots are more your style for off-road or dual sport [...]

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