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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-01-2007, 11:18 AM Thread Starter
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I recently had the SIDI vertebra's which were ok boots. I ended up getting these and I have to say these are the most comfortable boots I EVER owned. It seems like they have an inner layer which is soft and comfortable and an outer layer which is rougher.

I love it and it gives me just the height adjustment that I need for my bike. I love them!

A tad pricy about $400 but well worth it.

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$400?!

when you turn your bike on, does it return the favor?



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$400?!
ouch.

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My fiancee has a pair of them, she picked them because at 5'1" she really needed the extra height. She loves them.
They are handmade in Germany, and are outstanding quality. I guess you get what you pay for.

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$400?!
yup! That is what I said when someone first sent me a link to the boots. But after wasting more money on different kind of boots I could of used it for these. I had a pair for SIDI's that cost $300 I bought when they first came out. They were so stiff and so uncomfortable when I rode in them to deals gap.

Then I got another pair of some kind of boots from cycle gear for riding around town for like $165 and they were comfortable but I could only wear them around town. Not good for mountain riding.

These boots are good for both! and they fit just perfect. It is like wearing a nice fleece on your feet. And your leathers or pants go over them so they feel like regular shoes.

I also like them alot because standing barefoot I am 5'0 but with them on I am at least 1-1/2" to 2" taller.

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i totally understand. the combination of comfort and function is priceless. i'm glad you found the perfect boot. they're just a tad outta my price range at the moment though. but it's good to know.

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post #7 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-08-2007, 06:38 PM
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Daytona makes THE BEST boots. Period. Bar none. And the price tag to go with it too. Too bad they don't quite fit me just right, or otherwise I wouldn't mind a street pair like that.

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