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Boot Buyers Guide

I’ll be honest, I have never owned a pair of riding boots for my atv. I have always worn steel toe work boots out on the trails and dunes. I am currently working on getting a pair of riding boots because I don’t want to risk injuries from not having a proper pair. 

I have watched review after review of motocross boots and I know I want something COMFORTABLE! I really love the Fox Instinct Boots over at Amazon but they are a little too steep for my blood so I found a pair that are modeled after them! Check out the Fox Comp X Boots over Amazon because they are $250 CHEAPER than their cousins, the Instincts, and still offer great comfort, style, and protection.

Later in life riding ATVs, I realized I need to protect myself even more. As I get older, injuries last longer and the effects after the injuries heal are more prominent and cause more issues.

Considerations For Buying Boots

Other Good Boot Manufacturers to Check Out

All gear can be very cheap to buy and you get what you pay for. Now I am not saying you have to go pay $450-$500 for a pair of boots, but you don’t need to cheap out and get low quality boots.