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Here's a riding boot that feels more like a high-top shoe yet offers excellent protection - the Afrika XCR boots from Alpinestars. Made with a synthetic suede chassis that's set atop a durable, motorcycle-ready sole, your feet will be comfortable whether you're on the go or at ease. Looking after rider safety, the Afrika XCR's sole is rigid with a reinforced toe box and dual density ankle cups that protect both sides of the ankle joint (medial and lateral malleolus) while a rigid heel counter looks after the posterior portion the foot for extra protection. Inside, your foot will find a comfortable surrounding with an EVA foot bed and an overall anatomically-shaped design that's comfortable even when you're not on the bike. A padded tongue and collar make the shoe almost unnoticeable on your feet. Best of all, these Alpinestars boots are waterproof for those days when a sunny commute turns into a water-soaked ride downtown. Best of all, these motorcycle boots provide a comfortable, stylish look that won't draw too much attention to themselves in any situation.

Afrika XCR Shoes are available in sizes 6 - 14 in black or "tarmac"

Call TJ at 866-931-6644 ext 817 for more information. We can also entertain emails; send those to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with ALPINESTARS AFRIKA BOOTS in the subject line and we'll get back to you right away.

Alpinestars Afrika XCR Boots in black.

The same Alpinestars riding boots in tarmac color.

A Gore-Tex membrane allows your feet to breathe while at the same time preventing water intrusion.

The XCR's sole is made of a tough compound that can withstand years of service without undue wear.

Alpinestars' unique speed-lace closure system features a Velcro closure strap which prevents excess material from flapping in the wind.

To increase reliability, the speed-lace system is attached to the shoe via a series of metal guides and buckles. These are used to prevent the laces from being torn out of the boot.

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