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UK 10 Size Motorcycle Boots

When it comes to protective clothing for motorcycle riders, jackets, trousers, gloves and helmets often take precedence. However, wearing motorcycle boots is crucial to prevent your feet from being permanently damaged in the event of a crash. With innovations in technology, there is a large range of high-quality UK size 10 motorcycle boots which offer varying forms of protection, insulation and comfort.

Brands

Alpinestars are one of the biggest brands when it comes to motorcycle protective gear. Their range of UK 10 size motorcycle boots offer comfort, durability and ventilation. They are designed with ergonomics in mind to improve performance when riding.

RST specialise in creating motorcycle racing boots that offer comfort and affordability. With reinforced panelling for added protection, 3D mesh lining and anti-slip rubber soles, these are the some of the best boots on the market for racers.

Dainese have been creating protective clothing for motorcyclists since 1972. With this amount of experience, they make some of the most advanced UK 10 motorcycle boots with unique features and added protection on the market.

There is also a wide range of generic-branded motorcycle boots available that offer similar amounts of protection and ventilation at a fraction of the price.

Styles

When buying your UK 10 size motorcycle boots, it is important that you know which style you are looking for. Some boots are made to protect the feet and ankles only. These offer less protection than others, but more mobility. Other boots are made to protect the feet, ankles and shins. In the event of a crash, these are the ideal boots to be wearing as they can prevent flesh wounds and broken bones.

In terms of material, most boots are made from leather. Usually, boots with multiple layers of leather in high-wear areas are recommended. However, in recent years, many boots are being made from textiles that are both breathable and abrasion-resistant.

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