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post #1 of 3 Old 12-26-2008, 11:38 AM Thread Starter
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Joe Rocket Boots

Okay guys. I have some cash from the holidays and am needing to get some real riding boots. I'm getting tired of riding in my Rocky steel toes. I'm sure they offer fairly good protection, but they are heavy and thick.

I'm looking on NewEnough right now at some Joe Rocket Meteor boots. $109.99. I don't want to spend over $125 including shipping. I like that these are waterproof as I do get caught in the rain on occasion.

Any opinions on this boot? Sizing comparisons? I see there is a testimonial on there for the Meteor boots by someone riding a 919. http://www.newenough.com/testimonials/show/1834

I wear a 13 in most shoes, and have size 12 steel toes, but they are a bit tight/uncomfortable.

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Update in case anyone might be interested, I bought size 13 boots because that's what size street shoe I wear (in Nike anyway) and the boots are too large. I'll call NewEnough Friday and set up an exchange for 12s. I wear a 12 in steel toe boots and thought I should have gone that route, but that's the only size 12 I own. Oh well.

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nike sizes run wierd.. i wear a 14 in nike... which is why i dont own any.. 12 in everything else..



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