These guys are only selling in Australia so thought I might drop this here. I've only had six rides in these but then got a back injury so it's not a long term review... when I get back on the bike I'll post about any long-term issues that arise with the boot. I've included comments from other users below. It's only $199 but has been working out well so far. Sturdy leather. Comfortable, although one boot felt a bit lumpy just for the first few rides... all good now. It's been too dry to test out the waterproof claims, again I'll post later on if there are any issues. Fusport is an Aussie brand but eventually had to move their manufacturing overseas. The boot is made in Pakistan, and I figure probably by the same mob Dririder and Shark are using as most of the boot is identical... but a lot cheaper. Parts of the boot look similar to Forma's adventure boot too, so there's a chance the company behind Forma has licensed their designs to be used by other manufacturers. It looks as though these will give you pretty much the same protection as you'll get with any cheap to mid-priced adventure boot... good shin protection, reasonable protection around the toe cap, and not much ankle support at all (compared to good motocross boots). DISCLAIMER: There's always a trade off between protection and boots that are easy to walk around in. I regard these as 'light' adventure boots (e.g. a mix of paved roads and easy dirt roads) but always wear fully motocross boots for serious adventure rides to get full protection. LONG TERM COMMENTS FROM OTHERS Half length Fusport, roughly 700km. Miss the shin protection in the rougher areas but are perfect for a pure roadbike rider. Seems to be a good waterproof boot after hitting a fair few puddles, very comfortable on the longer rides! So far I'm a big fan. The ease of walking makes up 10 fold the lack of protection that is only really necessary in the more nastier stuff. A.S. I own a pair riding in North Queensland, They fit well, good leather, tough soles and great tread pattern, very sturdy had a few get offs and mishaps and they're still in great shape. I'd recommend them. - J.K. New mx boots offer way better protection while still being able to walk comfortably. I had the fusports, had 2 holes in the leather after 3 rides. Wouldn’t ever cheap out on boots. E.F. I bought a pair back in about May 2018. Find them very comfortable and for the price, great. The leather isn't top notch - but its all about price point. Still seem fine to me for the price and happy with them - H.E. Got pair yr or two ago. We're comfy. - S.B.