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Offline billyp

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forma terra boots
« on: November 23, 2017, 11:16:09 am »
On closeout for $199.00.Just ordered a pair looks like a nice boot for some off road at a gret price.

Offline Xclimation

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Re: forma terra boots
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2017, 11:21:58 am »
I've had my eye on these! But Revzilla and Cyclegear don't have my size left. Anywhere else for this price that may have size 45?

edit:
As I was.....Forma has them direct on their website for this price! Ordered them in brown. Free shipping and no tax.

https://www.formabootsusa.com/products/terra
« Last Edit: November 23, 2017, 11:29:16 am by Xclimation »
2015 Super Tenere Power Commander PCFC, Catless OEM headers, Delkevic slip-on, Uni-filters, Modified Airbox, Altrider Crash bars and skid plate, Flat seat mod. Dash in-fill, Nighteyes LED headlight bulbs, SW motech tank bag, Madstad windshield bracket, Parabellum/Give Airgflow windshield (Using stock windshield mostly) Touratech Headlight guard, Rox Risers, RideonAdv. extended brake/clutch lines

Offline Xclimation

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Re: forma terra boots
« Reply #2 on: November 29, 2017, 09:01:09 am »
Boots came in day before yesterday. I just tried them on last night and walked around the house. Amazing comfort out of the box! Many reviews said this, and it's true! I want something not to clunky but tough and protective. These fit the bill perfect. My first choice would've been the Forma Adventure. But they were $80 more. Anthony at Revizilla said the Terra's had more protective and more bulky compared to the Adventures. In my opinion, these were less bulky in person than I expected! Very happy with this purchase!
2015 Super Tenere Power Commander PCFC, Catless OEM headers, Delkevic slip-on, Uni-filters, Modified Airbox, Altrider Crash bars and skid plate, Flat seat mod. Dash in-fill, Nighteyes LED headlight bulbs, SW motech tank bag, Madstad windshield bracket, Parabellum/Give Airgflow windshield (Using stock windshield mostly) Touratech Headlight guard, Rox Risers, RideonAdv. extended brake/clutch lines

Offline Moki

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Re: forma terra boots
« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2017, 02:25:53 pm »
Yeah, I've been quite impressed with Forma.  I have the Cape Horn they are awesome - much better fit than the Sidi Adventures. 

Offline krussell

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Re: forma terra boots
« Reply #4 on: December 02, 2017, 06:46:23 pm »
I had Forma adventures that i won in a photo contest.  They lasted about two years and then the shifter protector separated.  That was self induced to some extent.  I called Forma, but was out of warranty.  As a good will gesture, they offered me my choice of boots for 1/2 off, and I went with the Terra.  That was two years ago, and they are great.  However, first all day wet ride of this rainy season I noticed the left boot was no longer waterproof.  I called to see if they had suggestions, and again was offered 1/2 off as good will.  I got another pair.  These are definitely dry, hopefully they will stay that way.  I set a calendar reminder to check them for waterproof 11 months out to make sure I don't miss the warranty.

I wear them all the time, they are super comfortable.
Kevin

Offline ucwinters

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Re: forma terra boots
« Reply #5 on: December 11, 2017, 11:27:53 pm »
Bought some new Forma Adventure boots off of eBay back in the spring for $190.  These were advertised as having water damage to the cardboard box so they'd be shipped in a plastic bag.  Got the boots and they were perfect w/o any blemishes.  The seller was Motoboots on eBay and the invoice gave me the impression that they were from the US importer for Forma.
Extremely comfortable to wear and walk in and have been waterproof so far.
My only complaint is that most jeans/pants won't fit over the boots.  Either have to wear my Aerostich pants or tactical pants to get them down over the tops of the boots/buckles.
Ed W.
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Offline Dale402

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Re: forma terra boots
« Reply #6 on: December 13, 2017, 07:01:24 pm »
That's a fantastic price!  Wow!   I just bought TCX boots from Revzilla for 60% off.  I'm going to have to check them real quick and may send them back.  These Forma boots are incredible.   I have the shorter ones and they are awesome!
Dale

Offline U.P. Rider

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Re: forma terra boots
« Reply #7 on: December 22, 2017, 11:35:38 am »
I've had the Forma Cape Horns for a year and a half and they have been great right from the start.  I did a 5500 mile trip to Newfoundland on my '92 Vmax and my feet were never a problem, my hips and butt are another story though. We did some walking and the short walks were not a problem.
Brian
Not a owner yet, but will be someday, hopefully soon! I miss riding in mud!
Thanks to adventure touring, it now possible to see what we missed as we traveled across the country on  the interstate highway system.

Offline Davesax36

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Re: forma terra boots
« Reply #8 on: December 23, 2017, 01:36:07 am »
I've had the Forma Cape Horns for a year and a half and they have been great right from the start.  I did a 5500 mile trip to Newfoundland on my '92 Vmax and my feet were never a problem, my hips and butt are another story though. We did some walking and the short walks were not a problem.
I know these are facts... We were riding together.

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Offline hightower

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Re: forma terra boots
« Reply #9 on: January 02, 2018, 06:02:16 pm »
having read that forma make boots for bmw and triumph brand thought I would try a pair and very happy indeed ,very comfortable and 100% waterproof  happy days

Offline jackfis

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Re: forma terra boots
« Reply #10 on: January 10, 2018, 08:03:19 pm »
as stated above the Forma boots are incredibly comfortable to wear. One feature that is often forgotten is that you often during travel, walk around, stop for food, fuel, explore some attractions that are a few hundred meters from where you parked your moto. Hence why having comfy boots a must have. Try to walk around for 30 minutes in SIDI boots with the associated squeequing and you will see why these are much better...

 

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