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XPD VR6.2 Black Boots

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XPD VR6.2 Boots Black. Made of microfiber, the VR6.2 stand out for offering a superb combination of protection and comfort.

Main features:

  • Made of 1.5 mm thick microfiber, which affords high levels of flexibility and comfort.
  • The 2.2 mm thick suede panel on the internal side of the boot affords superb grip and feel, as well as protecting against the heat given off by the bike.
  • Polyurethane guards on the shin, heel and malleolus for greater impact protection and abrasion resistance.
  • Polyurethane shift protector for greater comfort and grip.
  • Replaceable, integrated polyurethane slider.
  • The front area and the Achilles’ heel area have a flexible accordion construction for superior comfort, extension and control.
  • Strategically placed vents for greater comfort and ventilation.
  • Aperture / lateral closure system with zip and a large Velcro flap. Wide aperture to facilitate entry and exit.
  • Composite sole with metal support for improved performance, support and comfort.
  • Interior made with breathable 3D mesh.
  • Air Tech plantar support for greater comfort.
  • The sole has a vulcanised rubber composite which affords optimum comfort and adherence.
  • The XPD VR6.2 boots are CE certified to standard EN 13634/02.

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