-Water Resistant Microfiber
-Padded Front And Ankle Area For Better Comfort And Flexibility
-Breathable fabric Lining
-New Shin Plate With Embossed Logo
-Polyurethane Toe Protector
-Steel Toe Cap
-Inside Rubber Heat Guard
-Rear Polyurethane Heel Protector
-Ankle And Malleolus Protection
-4 New Designed Aluminum Adjustable Buckles
-Dual Compound Rubber Sole
WHAT WE LIKE
-The Pro 2.1 boot is a good-looking boot, with a sleek appearance and clean design.
-Break-in time is minimal, and we were able to ride comfortably after only one or two motos.
-The boot is easy to slip on, as the inner bootie doesn’t feature internal straps or fasteners. It is possible to slip your foot straight into the bootie while it’s inside the boot.
-The buckles are easy to adjust and operate.
-The Torsion Control System allows free movement of your ankle, but limits the movements to those natural to your body. Over-extension is prevented by a series of tabs on the framework of the system, which slip only so far into the matching pockets on the boot.
-The dual-density sole offers great traction on the pegs, and good feel on the shifter and brake pedal.
WHAT WE DIDN’T LIKE
-Depending on the shape of your foot, the Pro 2.1 may or may not be comfortable. Our testers with wide feet felt cramped inside the TCX’s narrow footbed.
-Getting the internal bootie to fit best against our feet required some effort. At first, it felt as if our heels were not seating against the back of the bootie. This improved as the boot broke in.
WHAT WE REALLY THINK
The TCX Pro 2.1 is a good, solid boot, and a marked improvement over its predecessor. Comfortable, easy to break in, and good-looking, we can see why our friend Nick Wey is always raving about his new kicks.