Link International is proud to announce its exclusive arrangement with Italian company, TCX SRL, to distribute its full range of extremely high-quality boots throughout the Australian marketplace.
Commencing immediately, the arrangement encompasses the complete range of TCX boots from the RT-Race Pro Air MotoGP boot as used by Johann Zarco and our own Troy Bayliss, to the everyday-use Paddock training shoe. The range includes boots for road-racing and track days, sports-touring, adventure-touring, classically styled touring boots, a vintage series of retro styled boots, a women’s line, the 24/7 All Around series and a full range of motocross, enduro, trials and speedway boots.
All TCX product is rigorously researched and tested, then manufactured using the latest innovative materials to ensure a perfect fit, Italian style and extreme levels of weather and impact protection, all at a competitive price.
Mr. Marco Poloni, International Sales Manager at TCX is extremely happy with the distribution arrangement and said, “With the aim of increasing traction of TCX Boots in the Australian market, we believed the time was right to develop a new distribution relationship. Link International is the perfect choice; the capillary distribution through exceptional customer service was exactly what TCX needed to step up to the next level.
“All of us at TCX are looking forward to new opportunities working with Link International. I am confident that TCX will prove to be a perfect partner for Link International.” He added.
Don Nicholas, apparel Division Manager at Link International, is also delighted with the TCX distribution arrangement and said, “We are very proud to be the new distributor in Australia for TCX. Their complete focus on boots means that we can offer riders an extensive range of quality motorcycle boots across a variety of styles. From road-racing to their 24/7 and vintage ranges, plus the off road and adventure ranges, TCX has a boot to suit many Australian riders. We look forward to making these available in motorcycle stores across Australia.”