Specifically designed motocross/enduro sole
The X-Blast off-road boots feature a microfiber upper and sole with Goodyear construction, comfortable and protective for use on motocross and enduro motorcycles. Maximum safety is ensured by polyurethane reinforcements on the ankle, toe and shin. Their fastening system with four interchangeable and adjustable aluminum levers is extremely easy and functional. The sole boasts “Goodyear” construction, which entails different thicknesses and densities, as well as a steel insert to protect the construction itself, ideal for keeping the sole’s layers together whatever the impact. The tread is designed to ensure excellent multilateral traction and grip on all types of terrain. The breathable Air Tech lining ensures maximum comfort even during the warmest season, keeping the foot area dry and ventilated.
“GOODYEAR” CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUE (STITCHED SOLE):
This is a craft-based construction technique, deeply rooted in TCX®’s thirty years of footwear manufacturing tradition. The boot is fitted onto a polyurethane footbed, built with variable differentiated density and thickness, fitted with a steel insert to ensure protection in the case of impact. Subsequently, a rubber midsole is sewn in place to guarantee robust construction and make the sole (highly resistant to wear and tear) replacement process easy.
Microfibre, padded front and ankle area
AIR TECH breathable
Inside microfibre heat guard, shin plate, steel toe cap, polyurethane ankle guard, polyurethane toe guard
4 polyurethane adjustable buckles
Rubber sole with specific tread for Enduro and MX use
TCX footwear models bearing the CE marking are considered items of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and their conformity is assessed by a Notified EC certification Body, in accordance with the requirements of the harmonised standard EN13634. Consumers can check the product certification, thanks to a pictogram featured inside every footwear model.
This pictogram provides an indication of the level (1 or 2) achieved during the following tests:
X – impact abrasion;
X – impact cut test;
X – transverse rigidity of footwear;
To achieve certification, footwear needs to pass several compulsory laboratory tests in accordance with the harmonised standard EN13634.