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Old 08-07-2007, 01:25 PM   #1
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Does anyone know the difference between the Vertigo and Vertigo Corsa? There's about a $150 difference between the two.
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Old 08-07-2007, 01:27 PM   #2
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I have the Sidi Vertigo Airs and have done quit a bit of testing with them including a few flips down the tarmac. Great stuff!

+1 On getting the most boot you can afford.

If you have more questions about boots for your riding or getting fitted try giving Motorcycles-Unlimited a call.
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+2 on getting the best boots you can afford.

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The Vertgo Corsa is more of a "race oriented" boot, with greater ankle support and a bit more armomr.
For street use / occasional trackday use, I prefer the Vertigo.

We keep the Vertigo Air in stock, don't forget to ask for your MH discount.
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Yep, I'll be ordering through Motorcycles Unlimited. I'll check out the vertigo air when my plate bracket arrives. If the two boots fit the same way then I'll probably want to order the Corsa. Money in this situation is not an object.
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I have the Sidi Vertigo Airs and have done quit a bit of testing with them including a few flips down the tarmac. Great stuff!

+1 On getting the most boot you can afford.

If you have more questions about boots for your riding or getting fitted try giving Motorcycles-Unlimited a call.
+1 These boots saved my feet.
If it weren't for the Vertigo Air I would have left my feet at OHR.
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Patrick talked me into the Vertigo Air, I wore them on the ride home. Very good, I just have to get used to them now. I can't feel the shift lever as much. I had some difficulty shifting into 4th gear on the way home, I guess I wasn't lifting it up far enough. I can definitely feel the ankle support and feel much better about them then my non-motorcycle boots and/or shoes.

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Congrats on a purchase well woth the $$$
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