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You want to be proactive when it comes to rider safety. If you get injured, you’ll be off your bike and probably out of work for potentially months at a time; robbing you of precious fun and money. Your feet and ankles are understandably essential in successfully operating a dirt bike, as well as getting you through your day to day. If you bust your foot or ankle, you’re going to have a pretty rough time trying to motor around, unless you’re “motoring around” on a mobility scooter. Dirt bike riding boots are easily the second most essential piece of equipment behind a DOT approved helmet. Don’t skimp on either piece of gear.

A good pair of motocross boots will protect your calves down to your toes and everything in between. They will provide you with structural support, as well as external protection from rocks, stumps, burns, etc. Your feet/ankles absorb the impact that your bikes’ suspension doesn’t. They also absorb 100% of the impact when you put a foot down. It would take a particularly extraordinary lower leg (or stroke of luck) to withstand 400+ pounds of dirt bike + rider landing, without something giving out. You want to make sure you don’t have any give or something will sprain, dislocate, or break. You can enhance your boots’ protection by combo-ing with ankle braces and knee pads/braces.

Lastly, you want a good pair of riding socks. Yes, you can get by with a normal pair of socks, but motocross socks can definitely improve your experience. This is especially true if you do run knee braces. You will definitely want a tall sock that fits above the knee (and under the brace), such as the Fox Racing Proforma Knee Brace Sock. These are designed to help wick moisture as well as control friction and prevent blisters.

RIDE365 offers a solid selection of dirt bike boots from top brands like Fly Racing, Fox Racing and more, to fit any riders’ needs. Let your boots take the abuse, not your lower extremities. It’s still cheaper to buy premium new boots every few years, than it is to pay for just one surgery.