Men’s Tallac BOA®
Men’s Tallac BOA®
Men’s Tallac BOA®
Men’s Tallac BOA®
Men’s Tallac BOA®
Men’s Tallac BOA®
Men’s Tallac BOA®

Description

High performance trail-conqueror

All new Tallac BOA® combines advanced off-road footwear technology with bike-specific performance to offer a trail flat shoe that’s designed to outlast the biggest epics. Tallac BOA® features the dial-based BOA® Fit System for a micro-adjustable, precision fit with strong, flexible and low-friction textile TX4 Laces. The Cordura® upper is breathable and lightweight, but also trail-tough and protective with a stitch-free and fully welded construction. The new adaptable outsole has a supportive pedal contact area featuring our MAX GRIP rubber for a confident connection with the pedal when charging the trail ahead. Compliant reverse hex traction in the toe and heel make easier work when hiking becomes necessary.

Men’s Tallac BOA®

2362-590

Regular price$190.00
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•MAX GRIP rubber outsole
•Hexagon outsole featuring reverse hex traction pattern on toe and heel for hike-able climbs and descents
•EVA midsole provides support and shock absorption
•D3O® High Impact Zone Technology insole absorbs impact and reduces fatigue
•Lightweight bonded upper featuring Cordura® mesh for durability and breathability
•Anti-bacterial mesh lining controls odor
•Fully gusseted tongue prohibits intake of dirt and debris
•The BOA® Fit System delivers dialed in performance and micro-adjustable precision fit with flexible, low-friction textile TX4 laces
•Hook and loop strap for additional foot retention
•TPU mud guard to protect against dirt, debris and rubbing
•TPU toe and heel protection with reinforced anti-abrasion film
•Heel pull tab for easy entry

485g per shoe (size M10)

•Men’s Performance: Optimized padding, stiffer flex and wider toe box

•Low Volume

Technology

max grip icon indicating maximum grip for shoe sole that Ride Concepts Offers

Our softest, most grippy compound, MAX GRIP is dialed specifically for the utmost pedal contact and feel but also upholding a high level of durability. Downright tacky and responsive, it is the ideal instrument for the most demanding days on the bike.

an impact absorbing material, d30 is a staple in ride concepts shoes

We partner with D30 to incorporate impact absorbing materials in our insoles and medial collar protection throughout much of our line. This soft, lightweight and flexible material is ideal for footwear – reducing feedback from the trail and harsh impacts through our Zone Technology insoles and adding crank protection in our premium gravity and enduro models.

BOA lace system is used in certain models for RC

Our new Tallac and Flume BOA® shoes utilize the BOA® Fit System for a micro-adjustable, precision fit with strong, flexible, and low-friction textile TX4 Laces.

Cordura is used in Tallac and Flume uppers for Ride Concepts

New for 2022, Cordura material is used in uppers of our Tallac and Flume series. This high performance durable fabric is lightweight and breathable, ideal for our trail applications.


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Joey Cracchiolo
Fit: True To Size
A "DO IT ALL" Shoe

I've been wearing my Tallac Boa Shoes for a solid 4 weeks now and I found this shoe to fit well in a lot of categories. I love the traction that the heal and toe provide for hiking up loose dry terrain or even wet sloppy conditions. Unlike a few flat shoes I've owned prior. The versatility of being able to comfortably wear them while I work and then go for a ride after work without having to pack a separate pair of shoes is fantastic! I love these shoes and will keep these in the shoe collection for a long time!

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C.F.
Fit: True To Size
COMFY and TOUGH AF

I usually like to do 1year review of shoes, but I'm quite impressed with these thus far and to say I've put them through the ringer is an understatement. This is my third pair of RC, first pair was their free ride high top (I forgot the name) and second is the Vice low top.

These are by far (for the riding I do; Gravity, enduro, DH, All mountain) the best shoes I've owned, both in terms of comfort, quality and durability.
I rode these for a few weeks locally before taking them out to Oakridge to participate in a Trans Cascadia dig in Oakridge, OR. For that dig, these were my trail digging shoes and riding shoes, they got soaking wet, caked with mud, and still performed better than anyone could expect from a riding shoe. Don't get me wrong, this was a HORRIBLE choice on my part, wear proper boots for this kind of trail work. My point is these held up in those harsh conditions. While I foolishly tried to dry them near a fire pit, I did melt the top toe box on my left shoe, which is a bummer, but completely on me. These still hold up and work great.

Most recently, I went to Downieville, CA, which if you've ever been is rough on ALL gear. I of course crashed and shockingly saw my left boa had come off my shoe. Immediately I was worried I destroyed the boa and could no longer tighten my shoes, thankfully RC's & Boa's designers are smart af and it simply clicked right back onto my shoe. Shortly after, I swear I don't crash this much, I smashed my foot/big toe straight on and into a huge rock at mach chicken! While yes, it hurt like crazy, thankfully this shoe absorbed a huge bit of the impact and literally saved my toe.
I cannot express how much this shoe prevented me from losing my toe.

Lastly, as a riding shoe goes, these are super comfy right out of the box. I'm a size 13 and quite flat footed, so the heel is a nice touch. The grip I'd say is near un-matched. These shoes are just great, plain and simple.
Needless to say, if you're considering buying these as your next do it all riding shoe, don't... just buy them.

Keep doing you RC!

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Rod Wentworth
I really like these shoes

I have been enjoying my Tallac BOA shoes for about 6 weeks now. Prior to that I was using Freeriders. I was looking to get a shoe with more support and was also attracted to the Tallac's BOA system plus D30 insole. The Tallac is firmer than the Freerider but not stiff. The fit is good and secure. I set the position of the Velcro strap early on and take the shoe on and off without moving it. With BOA, on/off is quick and easy, with no fussing the tuck laces out of the way. Maybe putting a shoe on and off is not a super big deal, but I sure am liking the new convenience. That plus simple adjustment at any time during my ride. The outsole grip is very good, no slipping for me at all, plus the toe and heel grip pattern are extra nice when a walk on inclined terrain is necessary. I used to end my rides with a bit of debris in my shoes to dump out. That doesn't happen with Tallac; they stay clean inside. The shoe seems well built and I'm happy with my purchase.