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    + 1 for puma for comfort, i have a short pair and a full length pair! must say though the long boot feels more comfortable for some reason and obviously offers better protection!

    go figure!

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    Late to the party but this was my choice

    http://www.perthstreetbikes.com/foru...-review-88012/

    I have found the Icon Accelerant boots to be very comfortable, waterproof in all but the worst dunkings and with good protection for the ankles.

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    Hi,

    I have to Alpinestars SM-X 2 and they are really comfy. Only thing is you'll need to wear an extra long pants while riding as the legs pop up over the boot.

    They are A1+ mate
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    Motorcycle Boots

    You should visit this store.i hope you will find what you want
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    That shop in Angove St North Perth has quite a few sizes of Rjays. I was in the other day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by esquire View Post
    If you're after a pair you can wear all day I can highly recommend the Falco Axis boots. They're mid height and _very_ comfortable. I wear them to TAFE quite regularly (6-8 hour day) and so far have no complaints.

    Falco boots . Awsome fitting and cheap too . Looks good off the bike aswell

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    +1 Falco boots

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    has anyone designed a dress shoe style boot yet?

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    I wear steel blue work boots. Steel cap and lace up (good for ambos).

    They seem to be getting these odd chamfers on the outsides though..

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    yup i also ride with falco axis.

    Very good quality boot, and cheap too!

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    Holy Thread Revival Batman

    What are good low cut boots/shoes. Looking at Alpinestar Fastback Waterproof Shoe

    http://www.cullysyamaha.com.au/onlin...ESTAR&id=2968&

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    Alpinestar Fastback Waterproof Shoe

    I have a pair of these. The waterproofing works fine and I find them generally good on the bike but not so great off it. The sole is really thin and I find them super uncomfortable to walk any distance in. But it could just be my feet and YMMV...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richocho View Post
    Alpinestar Fastback Waterproof Shoe

    I have a pair of these. The waterproofing works fine and I find them generally good on the bike but not so great off it. The sole is really thin and I find them super uncomfortable to walk any distance in. But it could just be my feet and YMMV...
    Cheers you are right they are quite thin. I ended up with some SMX 1 R http://www.cullysyamaha.com.au/onlin...ESTAR&id=2954&

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashpixx View Post
    Cheers you are right they are quite thin. I ended up with some SMX 1 R http://www.cullysyamaha.com.au/onlin...ESTAR&id=2954&
    Good choice, I've got a set of those also

    Much more comfy for walking and in the heat, being vented. I tend to use them in the summer and the Fastbacks in winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richocho View Post
    Good choice, I've got a set of those also

    Much more comfy for walking and in the heat, being vented. I tend to use them in the summer and the Fastbacks in winter.
    Have some SMX6 for winter awesome boot and not too bad in summer but the SMX1 should be cooler

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    I wear these in all weather, had them 2 years and still good
    http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/s...gore-tex-boots

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    They look interesting. I have to say I'm not that keen on my Gaerne Voyagers.

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    I just wear these vv My old 5.11 Tactical Taclite boots, were brilliant as work boots but wore a bit on the soles and got tatty looking (nothing structural), have slid down the road at 80kmh + with minimal effects

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