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post #101 of 121 Old 07-30-14, 10:15
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I have a pair of Sidi Fusion's for my spirited rides but around town I wear my Alpinestar Fastlanes. Very comfortable and a good amount of protection.

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I use Supertech Rs because the amount that they cost over a lesser pair of boots is negligible with the protection gains. The same argument can be made for all protective gear, but honestly what is most important? Safety and piece of mind = confidence and comfort :)
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I just got a pair of the new A* SMX-6 (black/red) size 46 euro. great fit, very solid ankle stability. Should do well for Deals Gap or Trackdays...or any other ride!
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Anyone here use the A* Supertech R perforated version and gotten caught in the rain? If so, how badly did your feet get wet? I know I want the Supertech R's but wearing them all seasons, trying to decide on more venting for summer when doing the most riding or those cold nights toward the end of the season and potential rain showers.
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Alpinestars SMX-5 - Basic but comfortable. Lasted only 2 years before I had to retire them. The soles are too soft for everyday wear.
(yes I wear boots the whole time in the office)

Dainese TRQ race out - Good ankle protection. Simple and slim cut. So far no sign of parts wearing out too fast (about 10 months in now)

Clarks goretex high-cut boots - for slow rides; with a lots of walking after.
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Forma Ice Pro ... comfortable & affordable with good protection.
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post #107 of 121 Old 04-20-16, 15:29
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Xpd X-Ones for the Street:

Alpinestars SuperTech R for the Track

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Supertech R for the track, old TR Course Out for the street.
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post #110 of 121 Old 05-05-16, 18:09
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TCX RS2 Evo are the most comfortable boots Ive ever worn. Good protection too
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