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Old 06-09-2008, 06:03 PM   #1
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Are these boots good enough for track use

Just got these for a steal from a member here

4eed49167fb22d8f9de735b553945fc9 rough

I was wondering if these AGV's would be good enough for repeated track use or should I save up for a good while and get these Puma's in addition to (note that it would take me a good while to swing this kind of cash for these boots)

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just trying to save a little cash can anyone help? :dontknow:
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Old 06-09-2008, 06:04 PM   #2
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there just boots get whatever works ..
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well are the heel guards (from what you can see) adequate enough? what about the ankles? enough overall protection to save my feet from a crash/get off as well, is what all Im asking...
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There are better boots, but those will work for a while. They will provide more than adequate protection for you.
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There are better boots, but those will work for a while. They will provide more than adequate protection for you.
Thanks tim, this was the answer I was looking for
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