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Old 08-09-2014, 01:38 PM   #1
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High End Boots

It is time for a new pair of boots and I am looking at either going with another pair of the Alpinestars Supertech R or the new Sidi Mag-1 boots. The Supertech R's are super comfortable boots with a lot of protection, so really no complaints. However, the Sidi Mag-1's look like good boots.

Has anyone ridden with the Sidi Mag-1 boots?

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Old 08-09-2014, 01:54 PM   #2
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The Mag-1 are nice but a bit bulky if you plan on wearing them under jeans.
I also don't care for the gimmicky fishing line adjustment.
A better choice for street use is either the ST Air or Cobra Air imo.
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Old 08-09-2014, 01:59 PM   #3
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Are the Mag-1's more bulky than the Supertech's? I wear then under jeans, but sometimes over leathers.
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Maybe a hair larger.
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How are your feet? The sidis run a bit narrow, and the a* run normal to every-so-slightly wide.
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Im using the supertech - r right now and they're good boots. You can buy mine if you want, red/white size 9.5 vented so I can buy a different color. But between sidi and a* I don't think you will go wrong either way. Just get whatever looks best to you and youll be happy
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