Gaerne Balance Pro-Tech Boots

$321.49 $349.95
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Gaerne Balance Pro Tech Boots - These are the non-waterproof, standard leather version of the Balance Oiled. They blend quality materials with great fit, and just enough flex to comfortably wear and walk in.

The Pro Tech version uses standard leather, is a little stiffer, non-waterproof, and costs a little less. The other is the Oiled version, with an oiled leather that is a little softer, and features a waterproof liner.
  • High quality full grain leather
  • Wide toebox - great for wide footed riders
  • 3 alloy replaceable buckles
  • Gum rubber sole for grip and easy walking
SKU: GAR2524-013-08
BRAND: Gaerne

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Mike Ruger
Great boots

My son Josh loves these boots while ripping around on his KTM 450 very well made and not bulky certainly will be getting a pair for myself.

Gaerne Balance Pro-Tech

Fast delivery and the boots feel great on trials bike so far.

Connie Topliff
Chose Forma Adventures over these

I loved these boots except..... 😟 For the gum sole. It looks weird and was pretty low profile (a thicker sole lets me flat foot on my WeeStrom). Plus it seemed slick on my dry concrete sidewalk & drive though think that will improve wear. Considered getting them resoled but between other factors below plus cost the Formas made more sense. I also worried the leather would wear poorly under the shifter as there is no pad. I also thought these would breathe well but because there is some foam lining the breathability of the leather is compromised. The Formas breathe better. Finally I think the Forma buckles are sturdier. Stacy at Atomic-Moto made sure my return & refund was painless & prompt. Definitely like Bomber personal customer service!!!!

Ron G
Awesome boot !

The most comfortable boot I have ever owned. I wear them in the desert on my xr400 and on the road on the V-strom. I'm a bit more conservative these days & they fit the bill nicely for my style of riding. If your jumping buses or dragging a foot at mach 2 you might want something a little more stout. Everywhere I go guys ask me what boot that is and how I like it. You will not be disappointed !

Great First Ride with a Wide Foot

I have really wide feet. About the only shoes that are truely comfortable for me are Berkenstocks and Doc. Martens. I picked this boot because a few adv rider boards recommended this boot for a wide foot. First ride was 120 miles in the desert and they were excellent. No pinching or aching which I normally have.