Sidi vortex boots - Who has them?

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  • huffa

Posted January 01, 2003 - 12:42 PM


I just bought a new pair for 190.00 (thanks to Husky Texan!) and am wondering how you like them. I didn't receive them yet. Please give me the -'s and +'s of the boot and how many hours ride time you have on them and how they are holding up. Hopefully they will be mostly +'s. Thanks!

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  • lisa'sxr4

Posted January 02, 2003 - 08:24 AM


I bought Sidi boots this past summer. Not sure if they are the Vortex or not, but they are very comfortable. It took about 2 ride days (6 hours or so total) for me to get used to shifting & the like with them. (I'd only ridden in my Docs previously) Over Thanksgiving I had a little 8-10 inch slide down a hill, they got a scratch on the buckle and thats about it. Overall, I really like them. (PS - My FIL likes them better than my hubby's A'star M6's!!!)

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