The pumas are awesome!! Those are the ones i want, but since i cant afford them.. I am getting these for my bday..
more for street riding.. hope they look good with my dainese 2 pc.. =)
wow, so even forgiving the fact that you didn't look down like 3 threads to see the current boot thread.... if you get "hightop" boots, you'll regret it. I just had a friend that got "hightop" style boots, and along with 3 broken ribs and a bruised heart, he's nursing a broken ankle. Just get any boot on the shelf and they'll be fine for street riding.
Just bring an extra pair of shoes in a backpack so you can switchout to a more comfortable shoes to stroll around in, then put your proper riding boots on when it's time to roll. If you're gonna get some high-top style riding shoes, you might as well save your money and sport your tenny's cause that's what it's gonna feel like you got on when you get bucked off.
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I just picked up a pair of Icon Superduty boots and look forward to wearing them this summer. Love the looks and I can wear them to work, they may not be the safest boots available but they are better than regular shoes and they seem very comfortable from the times I have worn them just walking around.
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