These leather Altberg Clubman Classic waterproof boots are superb. I bought mine 5 or 6 years ago. They have NEVER let water in. They are very warm in sub zero temperatures, and are supremely comfortable on the bike. I can (and have) walked miles in these boots at race meetings with very little wear to the soles. They are as comfortable off the bike as my indoor slippers. I fell of my track bike at the Silverstone GP Circuit in the wet at over 70mph about 4 years ago and the boots were not even scratched.
The Original Altberg High Leg Bike Boot - unchanged since 1989 combines modern technology & components with traditional boot making. The boot is used by many UK & Scottish Police Forces.This is a tough boot - solid underfoot support and crush resistant midsole, waterproof membrane lining - tall classic leg design. A great British boot at its best in the worst British weather & conditions.
CE CERTIFIED PRE DIRECTIVE 89/686/EEC ANNEX II
Sizes: 3 1/2 - 13 1/2 Sole: Skywalk dual density trek
Width Fittings: XN, N, M, W, XW Midsole: 883 med/firm polypropelene
Weight: (size 8) 960 gms Lining: Cambrelle/hydromax waterproof breathable
Leg Height: (8) (includes boot heel) 37cms Leather: English full grain 2.2/2.4mm WR100
Availability: made to order Calf Circumference: (size 8) @ 37-39cms
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They also make the Clubman Classic's with Buckle fixings if you prefer that to my version, which uses Velcro. There are also several other designs available if you don't like this design.
Altberg will also re-sole their boots at a reasonable price. If and when my Altbergs need replacing, and I fully expect them to last at least 10 years, I would buy the same boots again. These boots are quality (and no, I do NOT work for this company, I'm a satisfied customer.
My leather jacket in the photo below taken a couple of years ago before the bike was modified is a Triumph item, which suits the cafe racer style IMO. The leather is very supple (but not waterproof) and it's very comfortable. The Davida helmet has since been replaced with an Arai open face helmet for occasional use, which although not as good quality as the materials used in the Davida, is more comfortable for me.