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Moose Racing M1.2 Enduro Boots

Moose Racing M1.2 Enduro Boots
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$149.95
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Moose Racing M1.2 Enduro Boots (and also the MX version) are the best sub $150 boots we have found. Our previous fave was the Axo Boxer, now discontinued...but these are frankly much better. Repeat: we looked at nearly every MX and enduro boot model we could find at the entry $100 - $150 price point, and chose the Moose M1 by a wide margin. Seriously, the product managers at Moose knocked this one out of the park.

Here are the reasons why: 1. they have a more supple, flexible feel. Most entry MX boots feel like lead casts...not these. 2. they have lots of padding on the inside of the foot chamber, which makes them comfortable, snug, and cushy, just like expensive boots. 3. they have a nice, wide fit. 4. they have great protection.

NOTE: because of the extensive internal padding, Moose M1.2 Boots fit slightly small.. We suggest going up 1/4 to 1/2 over your typical US size.
  • Genuine split grain leather chassis with polyurethane coating for long lasting durability
  • Contoured thermoplastic polyurethane shin, ankle, and a low profile toe plate for abrasion resistance
  • Heavyweight suede leather inner calf guard for abrasion and heat resistance
  • Thermoplastic polyurethane buckle with steel hinge provides durability and smooth action
  • Adjustable and replaceable thermoplastic polyurethane closure strap for ultimate fit
  • Rigid steel shank reinforced sole eliminates sole flex and provides superior foot protection
  • Multi-layer synthetic rubber outsole provides superior grip
  • Polyester and EVA foam inner lining and foot bed wick moisture and provide shock absorption
  • Steel toe cover protects the outsole and improves durability
  • Available in black with ATV or MX sole and in white with MX sole only
  • CE Approved
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Other BOMBER Reviews Average BOMBS Rating review   5 8
starrating Good boot
 
First boots I've worn in 20+ years but after only two short rides and roughly a combined hour of walking in them, they are comfortable. I have large calves and the top of the boot is very snug when fastening the top latch, but overall, these feel very solid and actually agreeable on a dual sport ride. Riding street, dirt, or walking, you won't go wrong with these.
  Reviewed by:   from GA - Georgia. on 4/1/2014
5/5
starrating great boots for the money
 
Being my first pair of moto boots, I wasn't sure what to expect. These boots are well worth the money. They fit great and MOST importantly they protect your feet and legs very well. I'm sure they have saved my feet from several broken bones! If you don't require all the fluff of (much) higher priced boots then what are you waiting for, buy these boots. Atomic moto has spot on reviews that keep me coming back!
  Reviewed by:   from Dalton Ga. on 1/3/2014
5/5
starrating Great Boots!
 
I recieved my boots very fast. The fit is a little tight, but they feel more secure that way. Great traction on and off the bike. Great price. Would deffinately buy this brand again. Thanks Bombers!
  Reviewed by:   from Twain Harte, CA. on 8/12/2013
5/5
starrating Love Them!
 
I wear these as dual sport boots. I absolutely love them! They are very comfortable on the bike and even just walking around in them. You will be surprised how comfortable and flexible they are for a price point boot! I wear 10-10.5 shoes and the size 10 boots fit perfect. You will not find another boot in this price range that will be as comfortable and protective as this boot! Plus you won't find better customer service than that of Atomic Moto! If you buy these boots you will not be disappointed!
  Reviewed by:   from Bend OR. on 5/14/2013
5/5
starrating good boots for the money
 
I have not had a dual sport for over 30 years so trying to find a good pair of boots without breaking the bank seemed like a daunting process. But after reading the reviews on these boots I decided they looked like a good value for the money - and I was right! Wore them around the house for a couple of days to loosen them up and took them out for a 70 mile half pavement and half dirt/gravel spin today and I am even more convinced I made a good purchase. I am an average size nine and they fit me fine and feel good and comfortable on me so what more could I ask for? Glad I bought them. Gonna ride them on dirt and gravel roads all day for two days this weekend with a group and now I am really looking forward to the ride! thanks.
  Reviewed by:   from Riding Paradise - NW Arkansas. on 4/7/2013
5/5
starrating Solid Boots.
 
First pair of riding boots, I ride a mix of pavement, gravel, and ATV trails on a pair of dual sport bikes. I haven't been riding in these yet (too darn cold here), but I've been taking my brother's advice and just wearing them around the house and yard to get them broke in a bit. Observations: while I'm not thrilled with plastic anything, the buckle mechanism feels very solid. The boots themselves I can agree run a little small on the sizing, and being offered in half size increments would be nice. I ordered an 11: some of my other non-riding boots are 10.5, some are 11, and these fit well in the length but are a bit narrow. It isn't uncomfortable, and may in fact be by design. They feel as though they'd hold up well in a crash, and do their job as designed. I like tall boots, and was initially worried about the fit in the calf. The velcro closure at the top takes care of the calf fit wonderfully, and I would gladly recommend these to anyone, especially folks who have been wearing work boots on their bike and want to step up to some decent quality gear without having to sell their bike to do it. Be aware that if you _require_ rather than prefer a "W(ide)" boot, you may struggle with these.
  Reviewed by:   from Northern NY. on 3/17/2013
5/5
starrating entry level boot that works
 
I like all the aspects of this boot except two. I am slightly cramped in my normal size at 11. Consider ordering one size larger especially with bulky socks.The other is on one foot the toe area has a part that pinches down on my middle toes. I have to admit though, I was on a 2 hour ride and forgot I was wearing new boots for part of the ride. I have been working the toe part and things will be fine. Thumbs up on this boot.
  Reviewed by:   from centralia,wa. on 3/9/2013
4/5
starrating NICE
 
These are the first Moto Cross boots I've purchased in over 20 years, so don't have a great deal of insight into boots in general. I did try on another brand, at another store, and found them so uncomfortable that I nearly gave up on boots in general. I tried these on and was surprised at how comfortable they were. Brian's help in fitting was instrumental in getting the right fit, and I'm extremely pleased to have purchased these boots from him. I do have to say that I made a mistake in getting the "enduro" (lugged) soles. They tend to stick to aggressive pegs, but that was my choice, my mistake. I do believe, however, that this will not be a problem as they break in and I become more accustomed to the boots. I'm feeling like I got a GREAT buy. Thanks Brian.
  Reviewed by:   from Powell Butte, OR. on 2/2/2013
5/5


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