AXO is primarily known for their lineup of traditionally constructed, stitched sole boots that deliver excellent protection and a familiar feel. But they’re branching out with their new MX One Boot that gives you a new-school, bonded sole along with a solid amount of protection and a price tag that makes the boot accessible to a wide range of riders.
Key features worth calling out are the bonded sole and steel shank that give the boot great stiffness, hard tpu panels that protect your shin and support your ankle, and an elastic gaiter that keeps debris out of the boot. And there are features you expect from AXO like a quality set of replaceable buckles, durable and breathable synthetic materials, and a reinforced toe/heel to keep your foot comfy and safe.
Overall, the MX One is a welcome addition to AXO’s selection if you aren’t into the looks of traditional off-road boots. Instead the MX One gives you a high level of performance and comfort that rivals other higher-priced boots like the Alpinestars Tech 7, Fox’s Comp 5, or the TCX X-Helium Michelin Boots.
-100% spotless quality microfiber leather offers, flexibility, light weight, consistent fit and performance
-Polyester fabric lining with 3D open-cell foam
-Internal nylon ankle support
-Internal ankle plastic cap
-Bonded sole with rounded edges
-Replaceable buckles can be upgraded to aluminum
-Overall light weight of 3.15 lbs/1400 gr (size 9/43)
-Shock absorbing TPR on calf
-The anatomically profiled heel guard has a hollow construction for improved shock absorption
-Buckle system features memory and a quick-release/locking system with self-aligning design for easy, precise closure and improved riding performance and security
-All buckles are easily replaceable
-Norwegian welt construction of upper to mid sole for increased rigidity