Any feedback/reviews on Berik Terrain Adventure Boots?

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by CrazyBiker, Aug 20, 2019.

  1. CrazyBiker

    CrazyBiker Been here awhile

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  2. MGG

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    I am looking at the same ones as they seem adequate but I do not think I will go with these, I have a hard time finding out if they are still in business. I wanted to know where to get replacement buckles.

    Here are the links I found:
    https://www.berikbrand.com/c/12

    and this other tread gives a grim picture of Berik back in 2014 ... https://www.vitalmx.com/forums/Moto-Related,20/what-ever-happened-to-Berik-boots,1275154?page=1

    I am wondering if Berik are getting back in business or moving out of it.
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  4. CrazyBiker

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    I got the boots. They are amazingly super high quality. fc-moto is the only place that sells them I think. Their leather suits look good as well.
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  5. MGG

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    I am glad you like them. I think they look good.
    What is the guarantee? ... where do you get service? ... with fc-moto.de ?
    Is that metal toe protector removable?
    The only real concern I have is the buckle replacement. I would hate to trow away a boot because I lost or broken a buckle.
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  6. CrazyBiker

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    fc-moto should be able to supply parts and they are fairly quick with response and shipping. Metal part seems removable.
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    Got the boots as well and I am happy with my purchase.
    They fit well, are just the right balance of comfort and protection.
    I am not sure how waterproof they are but there are Goretex socks for that concern, and the actual membrane on this boot is still not high enough for actual river crossing depth,(approx 10 inches). I suspect that Rain would not be an issue, especially with some regular boot waterproofing.
    The metal toe can be removed but I will keep them on for now.
    For adventure riding these seem a bit high but still comfortable enough to walk in.
    I am wearing them indoors to figure out if the're too hot but seem fine.
    The only thing that I would like if to figure out if the buckles are compatible with other brands as they seem pretty standard.
    I will add some pics for your enjoyment :)
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  8. MGG

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    In one of the pics you can see the boot when flexing forward.

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    Also ... I think that the sizing chart is spot on ... as I bought a pair of 43 and seem to have the same fit and sizing as Forma boots.
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    High quality boots. My Alpinestar tech 3 don't hold a candle to them.
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