Boots



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  • TW

Posted August 28, 2001 - 09:22 PM

#1

Recently I bought a pair of Acerbis Sphere boots, a very quality boot but there a little too small for me. A local dealer will sell me Tech 8's for $260.00, Tech 6 or M6's for $200.00 in stock now instead of ordering. Looking for opinions, I'm leaning towards the M6's.

Also will make one hell of a deal on the Acerbis boots, size 42euro or 8 1/2 to 9 U.S.. Two rides on these boots, barely starting to break in like new. Email me if your interested or want some pics........TW

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  • Ron_S

Posted September 01, 2001 - 03:33 AM

#2

Check out the SISI boots. Most comfortable i've found, no break in necessary.

  • vincegatcore.com

Posted September 01, 2001 - 04:23 AM

#3

I think he means SIDI
sidi boots are the best boot I have ever owned.
If you do not want all that platic on your boots
they make a trials boot (it used to be called a trialzero but they have a new name for it DISCOVERY)

own a pair of those and find them protective enough for me and I can walk in them a little better than the tae-flex.

check out sidi boots at
http://www.motonatio...m/trialzero.cfm

  • vincegatcore.com

Posted September 01, 2001 - 04:26 AM

#4

they also have great deals on certain sizes
http://www.motonatio...killerprice.cfm

  • imported_Scott_H

Posted September 01, 2001 - 05:46 PM

#5

TW,

I bought a pair fo tech 8s from Clark Mason last year. They are the best dang boots I've ever owned!

PS I'm still using your baja designs kit!

Cheers,
Scott

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  • Ron_S

Posted September 02, 2001 - 03:07 AM

#6

Originally posted by vincegatcore.com:
I think he means SIDI
sidi boots are the best boot I have ever owned.
If you do not want all that platic on your boots
they make a trials boot (it used to be called a trialzero but they have a new name for it DISCOVERY)

own a pair of those and find them protective enough for me and I can walk in them a little better than the tae-flex.

check out sidi boots at
http://www.motonatio...m/trialzero.cfm



  • Ron_S

Posted September 02, 2001 - 03:08 AM

#7

Man my typing fingers are out of control. Yes I mean Sidi.Thanks Vince

  • WR400inOZ

Posted September 03, 2001 - 04:44 PM

#8

I recently embarked on the new Boot thing myself, looking at the different brands etc... I loved the look of the Alpine Stars (Tech 8's ow whatever they were) but when I tried them on I could hardly walk in them! To be honest they felt more like Snow Skiing boots.

I ended up with the Gaerne's (forget which model) but their high end one. They felt very comfortable and had quality clips (metal) and a quality finish on them. The Sidi's had a Gel kinda thing happening but the dealer did'nt speak too high of them as they seemed to have a lot of returns.

Anyway each to their own I guess. But all I know is that its something you don't won't to skimp on.

  • TW

Posted September 03, 2001 - 05:05 PM

#9

Yep Scott, I remembered who I gave a great deal to :), hope it worked out.

I went ahead and purchased the M6's and couldn't be more pleased. It was a hard choice between the 8's and M6 but I decided to go with a little less plastic. The boots after a few day's are great, were comfortable right from the go.

p.s. will make a great deal on the Acerbis boots I steal have, they were just a little too small, as new condition, email me for info.........TW

  • WRFUN

Posted September 03, 2001 - 06:39 PM

#10

TW,

I too bought the M6 and as you said comfortable from the word go. No break in time. Good luck :)

Pete




 
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