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Reviews Favor CruiserWorks Motorcycle Boots

Reviews Favor CruiserWorks Motorcycle Boots

CruiserWorks, nationally known maker of industry-leading motorcycle boots, has been getting a lot of press these days from blogs, high-end cruising magazines, and motorcycle enthusiasts around the globe.

Friction Zone - CruiserWorks Classic Motorcycle Boots

Friction Zone - CruiserWorks Classic Motorcycle Boots

Friction Zone Magazine review of the CruiserWorks Classic Boot.

"CruiserWorks, a nationally known purveryor of high-quality motorcycle boots, offers several nicely executed designs. I tried out the Classic Boot model, which combines 1950's styling with modern technology to produce a water-resistant engineer-style boot."

QuickShift Review - 1st Class Tour

QuickShift Review - 1st Class Tour

QuickShift Review from Ultimate MotorCycling Online Magazine.
 
"Without any doubt, simplicity can have great advantages. When I first laid eyes on the Tour boots from CruiserWorks, I wasn't particularly impressed. A company known for its high-end footwear, the boots didn't look like much in the box. Then, I looked more closely."

Skip Hunt for Cruiserworks Boots

Skip Hunt for Cruiserworks Boots

Austin, Texas-based photographer Skip Hunt tours via motorcycle and recommends Cruiserworks boots from Cruiserworks.com. 

High-Quality Footwear Made in America

High-Quality Footwear Made in America

CruiserWorks Classic Boot Review from Motorcycle.com
"High-quality footwear made in America"- by Kevin Duke, October 6, 2011

Half-Throttle.com Tour Boot Review

Half-Throttle.com Tour Boot Review

This is Half-Throttle.com's review of the CruiserWorks Men’s Tour Boot. "I was surprised by how much I liked it. To film my adventures, I spend a lot of time off the bike setting up the camera, which means hiking and walking around often. So personally, I would prefer something that laced up and was more comfortable to walk in. But for most riders that wouldn’t be a concern."