Tour Master Vintage 2.0 Road Boots

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Tour Master Vintage 2.0 Road Boots

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About the Tour Master Vintage 2.0 Road Boots


Item Code: TourmasterVintage2BootsMens
Brand: Tour Master
Color: Black
Material: Leather
Gender: Men's

Tour Master Vintage 2.0 Road Boots Features


  • Constructed with durable 1.8mm to 2.0mm water-resistant leather
  • HiPora waterproof, breathable membrane - Oil-resistant, anti-slip rubber sole
  • Removable foot beds increase comfort on and off the bike
  • High tensile strength thread stitched throughout the boot provides durability
  • Lowered reinforced toe box for improved shifting
  • Easy entrance top opening with lace-up system provides a secure fit
  • Snaps are hidden behind satin chrome buckles for quick operation of the adjustable straps
  • Rear pull-tab provides a leverage point when putting the boot on
  • Adjustable, satin chrome buckles
  • Metal Tour Master logo

Size Chart for the Tour Master Vintage 2.0 Road Boots


US Size Euro Size
7 40
8 41
8.5 42
9 43
10 44
11 45
12 46
12.5 47
13 48
14 49

Determine Standard/Wide Shoes
U.S Men's Shoe Size D (Medium/Standard) E Wide
6 3.5" 3.7"
6.5 3.6" 3.8"
7 3.6" 3.8"
7.5 3.7" 3.9"
8 3.8" 3.9"
8.5 3.8" 4.0"
9 3.9" 4.1"
9.5 3.9" 4.1"
10 4.0" 4.2"
10.5 4.1" 4.3"
11 4.1" 4.3"
11.5 4.2" 4.4"
12 4.3" 4.4"
12.5 4.3" 4.5"
13 4.4" 4.6"
13.5 4.4" 4.8"
14 4.5" 4.9"
14.5 4.6" 4.9"
15 4.6" 5

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Tour Master has packed a lot of features into the Vintage 2.0 making it a great value at a little over $100.
This boot is basically the tall version of the popular Nomad 2.0. It has a very classic look and goes with almost any rider's style. The entire upper of the boot is made out of water-resistant leather and the liner contains a HiPora membrane. This membrane is waterproof yet breathable and does an excellent job of keeping your foot dry and comfortable. The mesh material that covers the waterproof membrane is wicking, which draws moisture away from your feet, keeping your feet comfortable in hot or cold weather. Also on the inside, the foot bed of the Vintage 2.0 is removable. It is antimicrobial, antibacterial, and wicking and gives you the option of taking it out to maximize comfort on or off the bike.
The toe of the Vintage 2.0 has a reinforced, lowered toe box that helps you get your foot underneath the shifter. There is no shift pad on this model; and while this gives the Vintage 2.0 a very clean look, some riders might prefer some sort of material on top to protect the toe of the boot against wear. There is a strap that goes all the way across the front of the boot to the outside where it is secured by a silver buckle. This strap adds to the look of the boot as well as support for the rider's foot and ankle.
There is another adjustable strap near the boot's opening that hides a flex panel that makes the Vintage 2.0 easier to put on.
The rear of the boot keeps with the minimalist style and has a leather pull tab that works with the flex panel to help when pulling on your boot. Like the Nomad 2.0, the Vintage 2.0 has a very tall sole that is oil-resistant and anti-slip to give you solid footing on many surfaces.
I had the opportunity to test these boots for a day. They were much more comfortable to walk in than I thought they were going to be given the hight of the sole.The Hypora liner kept my feet cool and dry. I did mis-shift a couple of times because of the boot hight but a simple shift lever adjustment would have taken care of this problem. The Other thing I thought was going to be an issue was the lack of any type of zipper closure. Suprizingly, though, the boot was easy to get on and off without sacrificing support while walking.