If you’re looking for a new pair of adventure riding boots this season, check out the latest offering from TCX. The new Infinity 3 line has both mid-height and tall options, giving you either a road-focused or offroad-focused choice.
TCX, of course, is the Italian bootmaker acquired by Dainese in 2020, which itself was acquired by the Carlyle Group a few months back. Its lineup often features boots that combine style and functionality; in the case of the Infinity 3 boots, you get a fully modern look, with dial-style closure (allowing for a very precise fit), and quality materials, including leather where needed, microfiber and Velcro-assist closure.
The boots also come with hard protection in the toe, gear area, heel, and ankle. The tall version of the boots get their waterproofing from a Gore-Tex Performance Comfort membrane in the lining; the shorter boots use TCX’s own T-DRY membrane.
With mid-length boots, many riders are looking at a secondary function as hikers. Good news! TCX says both the Infinity boots have OrthoLite insoles “or long-lasting cushioning and high breathability and offers supreme comfort even after prolonged use. The treads use Groundtrax compound for more traction.
The boots either come in all-black colouring, or an army-style green-and-black. We haven’t seen Canadian pricing yet (not available through FortNine pipeline at this point), but in the US, the mid-length boots are going for $290 and the tall boots are $390 (in $USD). You can extrapolate from that, and expect these in the $350-$500 range, or thereabouts, when they get here.