"If you are adventuring further away from paved and well maintained dirt roads, your feet will need more protection than traditional adventure-touring boots.
The new Terra Evo's 'Ideal welt' sole has increased rigidity for a higher level of off-road protection, and also provides more durability for long distance stand-up riding. Heels and toes get external PU for tougher impact absorption and improved rider protection. The main boot structure is produced in oiled full-grain leather with a new FCS Ankle Support System to allow for maximum support without compromising touring comfort.
The Forma Terra Evo boots are an excellent waterproof dual-sport option if you favor that occasional mountain trail..."
Forma Boots Terra EVO Boots is available in the following sizes:
- 38 EU / 4 US
- 39 EU / 5 US
- 40 EU / 6 US
- 41 EU / 7 US
- 42 EU / 8 US
- 43 EU / 9 US
- 44 EU / 10 US
- 45 EU / 11 US (out of stock)
- 46 EU / 12 US
- 47 EU / 13 US (out of stock)
- 48 EU / 14 US
- 49 EU / 15 US (out of stock)
Forma Boots Terra EVO Boots is available in the following colour options:
About Forma Boots:
Forma Boots are proven to be tough and durable for off-road adventure riding, at the same time super comfortable for long distance road riding.
Very Comfortable and Mud ProofBy: Richard Clements on 27 August 2018I bought these as a good water proof value proposition and the fit is good for wide feet which I have and I use orthotics. I tried on the Sidi's and they were so narrow my feet were getting crushed. The Alpine Star Toucans were comfy but I don't like the overt logo and these Forma Boots were much better value, I do love my Goretex though. So The comfort is amazing in the Forma Boots on and off the bike, even standing for hours through the mountains and on rough terrain. The waterproofing has proven it self in rain and plenty of mud recently, not a wet toe, foot or lower leg in sight and I wear them with my Klim Dakar ITB Pants. They have taken a little while to wear in as they were a bit stiff out of the box so the 'feel' was difficult to get use to - though i'm not use to off road or adventure boots mainly track boots as i'm new to Adventure Biking. I had to get a new gear selector with an adjustable toe grip so I could get my size 47's under it to change gears. But now my BMW GS 1200 is set up and the boots have worn in a bit they work together like a dream. The only negative comments is that the supports on the inside ankle of the boot do buckle out a bit and get caught on my bike at times, not dangerously just a bit distracting, not enough to want to change them. Also I've only had them a few months through a Melbourne Winter so far and my toes do get a little cold on those zero degrees mornings, but not too bad. Over all I'm very happy with them.