Fox Comp 5 Shorty Boots

Posted on: August 18th, 2013 by Road Rider MCA No Comments

The Fox Comp 5 Shorty is a sure contender for the best calf-height motocross boot in a wide field of challengers. Many riders have grown to love the short boot option for laid-back offroad and dual sport outings, and the Comp 5 Shorty does it really, really well.

As an alternative to a full-height motocross boot, the mid-calf height is lighter weight, more comfortable for longer rides, and provides more mobility. And unlike many other short motocross boots we’ve seen over the years, the Comp 5 Shorty still provides ankle support and stability – vital elements to any offroad footwear, whether you’re riding a pit bike, dirt bike, dual sport, ATV, or enduro.

The top of the Shortys comes up to the lower part of the shin, and the boot features two convenient, reliable quick-release buckles and a Velcro® closure at the top of the boot. The generous and firm padding around the ankle and the secure fit provided by the closure mechanisms will keep your feet and ankles secured and protected from twisting and impact damage.

As a second boot for occasions when you want to drop some of the bulk and rigidity of a full boot, the Fox Comp 5 Shorty is a solid choice that simultaneously delivers the best of comfort, mobility and protection.

Check out the Fox Comp 5 Motocross Boots HERE.

Fox Comp 5 Shorty Boots

  • Race-bonded outsole specifically molded for each size boot for durability and comfort
  • Two easy to operate aluminum Soft-Touch pivot lock buckles for quick and reliable entry and removal
  • Velcro® strap around the top of the boot for a secure fit around shins
  • Full leather upper construction, pliable and comfortable right out of the box
  • Built with all day comfort in mind
  • Available in sizes 8-14


  • Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP): $134.95

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