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post #11 of 14 Old 05-09-12, 19:09
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Hey tnr4. I got too use my cortechs this weekend. they were very comfortable. I never felt they were squeezing my foot and they breathed very well never making me sweat too bad. I highly recommend them. I also used there gloves witch were great. next I got to try the full leather suit i got.

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Hey tnr4. I got too use my cortechs this weekend. they were very comfortable. I never felt they were squeezing my foot and they breathed very well never making me sweat too bad. I highly recommend them. I also used there gloves witch were great. next I got to try the full leather suit i got.
Awesome -- thanks for the heads-up! Hopefully I'll get mine tomorrow.

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AHHH! My boots came today, but Riders Discount sent me a mismatched pair: one of the boots was a 12 (my size) and one was an 11! Even more unfortunately, the size 12 one was scuffed noticeably. I was pretty miffed, but RidersDiscount sent me a prepaid packing slip and went ahead and ordered a new pair be shipped out of the distributor (they didn't have any more in stock). So, in all, I wasn't super happy, but at least they took care of it.

I also got in the rest of my summer gear: a Shift Trifecta jacket from Jason at STG. That jacket is AMAZING for their closeout price. I got it mostly for the mesh exterior, but it basically comes with a windbreaker (with zip out full thermal liner) for free -- to be worn just casually. Totally sweet.

Once I get my boots and we get a few smokin' hot days, I'll ride in both and post a brief review of them.

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foot pain

I work in a restaurant and run around all day. Orthofeet shoes are extremely comfy and help with my lower back pain. Only down side is that I feel like my feet look like "duck feet". I am using those shoes for about three years and i loved them. My feet’s are very happy with those.
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