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Old 01-22-2015, 05:21 PM   #1
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Dainese Torque Ride Smart Out Air boots

I'm looking for a new pair of boots. I've always been a sidi guy, but the cam locks
and wire buckles on the current level of protection I want are a pain in the .

Has anyone tried these dainese boots?

https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...FZOCaQodU2UAkg
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I'm looking for a new pair of boots. I've always been a sidi guy, but the cam locks
and wire buckles on the current level of protection I want are a pain in the .

Has anyone tried these dainese boots?

https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...FZOCaQodU2UAkg
I just bought a pair from Revzilla about a month ago. I really like them so far. Solid boots that look great and offer good protection without being overcomplicated. They can be a tad bit uncomfortable to slip on, but once they're on you're good to go.

I bought them without ever trying them on and sizing was good.
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I used those all last year. They are awesome boots. I choose them over others because I have big calves and those boots have a lot of adjustability in the back. They where tight for the first couple weeks but once I broke them in they fit perfect. I went with the perforated ones.
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Ordered, thanks guys.
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