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Old 04-27-2009, 11:30 AM   #1
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Sidi Vertigo Boot Fitment?

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Old 04-27-2009, 11:33 AM   #2
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In my experience, Sidi's run pretty close to true sizing. You surely don't want your foot moving around inside the boot.

You're better off getting a boot that fits properly. An injured foot is surely not worth the $100 deal you got on poorly fitting boots.
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yeah im fixing to head to cycle gear to try some boots on and write down all the sizes I wear in each boot. I would of already bought them if I wanted to gamble but if not ill pass that deal onto somebody on this board.
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Cyclegear does'nt stock SIDI.

I have the same boots and they are 1/2 size big on me.
It makes shifting slightly more clumsy, but the air flow is much better also.
It's a fair trade off for me.
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cycle gear.. well ill still try on some alpinestars and such over there.. I think for 100 I can always resell them for that or maybe more..
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cycle gear.. well ill still try on some alpinestars and such over there.. I think for 100 I can always resell them for that or maybe more..

No doubt.
Good deal on those boots.
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