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Old 01-14-2009, 07:05 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever had any? They look and Feel comfortable but I don't know if they are durable or any good> Let me know whats up...
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Old 01-14-2009, 11:58 PM   #2
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Anyone ever had any of these Puma Riding Boots or anything to say about them?
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they are at cyclegear on 59, like two diff sizes. They look pretty clean
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Tiatool has them, he likes them but said they wear out fast

They are sexy looking though
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they caught my attention when i stopped into cyclegear a while ago. what made me put em down was they were fallin apart on the shelf, the heel guard wasn't screwed in properly or somethin.
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I went to Cycle gear and could not get them on my feet. They were the right size but they just wouldn't work. I was really wanting to buy them too. They looked cool and looked like they offered good support.
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I have them and was the FIRST IN HOUSTON TO GET EM!

They are good, but not very practicle. Them are extremely comfortable, but the bulky screws on the side have scratched up my bike a little.


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[QUOTE=Candy;1705319]I have them and was the FIRST IN HOUSTON TO GET EM!
They are good, but not very practicle. Them are extremely comfortable, but the bulky screws on the side have scratched up my bike a little.


Not too sure about that cause the first ones that came out where the cream brown color with orange wing.

Anyway, they are somewhat hard to put on but very comfortable when you are able to put your feet inside, wear fast. They hold good when crashing, Ruben Xaus help to develop them so you know they saw the concrete.

They run true to zise.
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I have them and was the FIRST IN HOUSTON TO GET EM!
They are good, but not very practicle. Them are extremely comfortable, but the bulky screws on the side have scratched up my bike a little.


Not too sure about that cause the first ones that came out where the cream brown color with orange wing.

Anyway, they are somewhat hard to put on but very comfortable when you are able to put your feet inside, wear fast. They hold good when crashing, Ruben Xaus help to develop them so you know they saw the concrete.

They run true to zise.

Actually the 1st 3 colors were black/silver, grey/orange, and white/black, the creme was the 2nd edition.... They were initially distributed overseas when Cycle Gear still had em on a coming soon list, hence the reason I over paid to get em from there.

All in all they are a good buy
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Actually the 1st 3 colors were black/silver, grey/orange, and white/black, the creme was the 2nd edition.... They were initially distributed overseas when Cycle Gear still had em on a coming soon list, hence the reason I over paid to get em from there.

All in all they are a good buy
i meant the grey/orange, i never saw the black silver and white black in the first batch
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Old 01-15-2009, 12:01 PM   #13
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Oh ok thanks guys, I got a hook up wit someone that works for puma and can get them from them for a cheaper price... Well cheaper than I have seen the rest of the boots....
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Oh ok thanks guys, I got a hook up wit someone that works for puma and can get them from them for a cheaper price... Well cheaper than I have seen the rest of the boots....
I do recommend you to TRY them first, like i said, they run true to size and the ankle area is very thight when fitting them. I have trouble with my right side since i fracture my ankle and it has never been back to normal size compared to my left.
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Yeah I will I just wanted to see a response, they look sick as though....
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I tried them on at Cycle Gear off 59. Didn't find it as comfortable as Sidi Vertigo Air.
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