Hey everyone! Its August, I still find the weather a bit warm so I’m still looking at some different boots that I feel would be great for the warmer temperatures and that’s why I feel I should show you all the Agrius Echo Motorcycle Boots.
They’re not quite a full boot and they’re not really an ankle boot either. They’re a sort of middle ground that have a height similar to a pair of high-top trainers (plus an extra couple of inches) and that’s something I really like about the Echos. They’re flexible, comfortable and they breathe while giving a little more piece of mind that you’ve got some decent shin protection, at least on the lower shin.
The next really cool thing about these boots are the dual zip closures. Unlike most boots that only have one zip that some people can sometimes struggle with, these boots have two. When they’re both fully lowered, you can slide on into these boots as though they were a pair of your favourite slippers, so I have to give them top marks for making the whole process of putting boots on more luxurious. It also means that taking them off isn’t such a struggle either.
The other information I have about the boots are the facts that they share with other Agrius boots. They’re constructed from a sturdy bonded leather that provides a good, tough shell for both breaking through the wind and for abrasion resistance in a grind. The sole of the boot is made from a non-slip rubber that allows you to keep a good grip with your feet on your bike’s foot rests or on the ground, which is especially handy on a wet day.
But you don’t need to worry too much about the wet days as the Agrius Echos are made to be waterproof and keep your feet dry. On the inside of the boots they have a Polyester lining with an open cell foam to keep the inside of the boots plush and comfortable against the sides of and up the back of your foot. A triple density insole assists in keeping your feet comfortable with it’s three abilities- they’re anti-fungal, anti-bacterial and moisture wicking to draw any nastyness away from the foot and neutralise it.
As with everything from Agrius, I have to commend the brand for a comfortable and quality product. I’m yet to try on anything by Agrius that hasn’t impressed me as they’re a low-cost brand with more comfort than I’ve found in many brands with much bigger names. So its really cool that Agrius can bring this kind of quality to the market while keeping their prices so affordable. The Agrius Echo Motorcycle Boots are only £44.99 so you can get yourself a great pair of boots and not even break £50.
Thanks for reading, everyone! Until next time!
-MattW at Ghostbikes.com