Aether Expertly Unleashes Their First-Ever Motorcycle Boots

Jun 11, 2019

Category: Gear

Aether’s a brand we know and love and they’ve been producing exceptional outdoor apparel with an urban style, including motorcycle garments, since 2009. They continue to expand their lineup for well-traveled individuals with the Aether Moto Boot, which is the first-ever footwear design for the company.

Looking dapper with an urban aesthetic, these boots are perfect for the city but are rugged enough for your cafe racer. They are made from 100% vegetable-tanned Italian leather and feature D30 ankle pads for sufficient impact protection. The motorcycle boots also feature Vibram “Commando”-style soles with low-profile forefoot lugs along with reinforced leather shift-pad areas to slow down the wear-and-tear of shifting. While you’re walking around the urban jungle, the Vibram outsoles and flexible shaft construction support your feet. And these motorcycle boots will develop a deep patina over time, so they evolve along with you. Pick up a pair of Aether’s protective footwear today for $595.

Purchase: $595

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