Time to Shoes

BISavage

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Picked up some shoes, which are technically riding boots with CE Protection 1 1 1 1 Rating.

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They also came with a second set of laces in gray for those who dont like the neon.

The purpose is to replace my vintage, melt proof Globes. (and by no means replace my "real" riding boots...which are melted...)

Test fit off the bike resulted in the following conclusions:
More comfortable than many regular shoes... and from the sizing they fit like regular shoes so there is no need to bump up a size like with many other Italian boots.

Now lets see how these puppies perform...
 
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BISavage

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Liking them so far...had them in the wet too, and on the inside I stayed dry... pretty slippery soles though on wet pavement at stoplights and such.
 

BISavage

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Yeah, when I expect the rain or snow I typically use a pair of Geox Amphibeox boots I have because they grip so well.

You dont know what your missing though, until you catch a freak downpour in summer when it hasent rained forever... the roads are at least 5 times slipperier than Ice and you get a free black racing stripe.
 
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