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Post by ducworthy on Sun Mar 11, 2012 12:49 pm

Hey brothers, i have a quick question...I am looking to buy some boots to ride in and i want to stay in the $200-300 dollar range, anybody have any suggestions? To give you a sense of what i like i have found a full boot, Puma 1000 v2 in base black with yellow accents. if i dont find any other boot to top it i will probably buy this pair. i cant post a link for 7 days so you'll have to google them...lol!

(Oh yeah it doesnt have to match my bike, this pair just happens too)
Well if you any of you have any suggestions i will love to hear them!

E
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Post by ducworthy on Sun Mar 11, 2012 4:46 pm

I found a better boot, lower cut, Flat 2 v2, its a better street shoe/boot.

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Post by casilio848 on Mon Mar 12, 2012 9:41 am

I have some Teknic boots that I really think fit good. They were less expensive than the Dianese or other high end brands. I have had some small issues with the insoles that want to keep coming out, but i got them for a great deal. My buddies back home have sidi boots and they are really nice too, but again it comes back to price and what you want to pay. If you ever are looking at full leathers, I bought a perrini suit, read a bunch of reviews, and ended up getting it for much less than a regular high end suit. I was uncertain about going with a cost effective full leather set cause I wanted it to protect me in case I did go down... needless to say, great quality suit, and great fit for the price! My brother wrecked his 1098S at a high rate of speed... totalled his bike out to put it mildy, but he walked away with only a couple little bruises. Just my thoughts on what I have experienced boot and suit wise.

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ILL check em out

Post by ducworthy on Mon Mar 12, 2012 10:05 pm

Awesome i will look at some online....yeah i just want a boot thats comfortable, looks pretty good and is durable. I currently ride in some destroyed, ragedy military steel toe boots...I mean the do the job but its time to upgrade. As for the full leathers, i wanna get my own in prep for the track, i wanna be official!

E

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