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post #1 of 9 Old 06-03-2009, 04:23 PM Thread Starter
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Picked up the ALpine Star s-mx 2 series boots

I highly recommend them. They are very comfortable from the go and the clutch guard seems to be very durable. I have clocked over 300 miles with them now and there isn't a single scuff! I would have picked up the water proof series....but I figured I would have to eat a few times this month!

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I'll show you in person sbeau...Im still planning on making it out to your pub soon!

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glad you like the boots. I may have to give them a try.

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I'll show you in person sbeau...Im still planning on making it out to your pub soon!
Looking forward to it, we had fun last night with three 9'ers and the lil' Hornet lined up!

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glad you like the boots. I may have to give them a try.
Just rode bout 200 miles through the Hocking Hills region of Ohio and am completely satisfied with mentioned boots, venting is good in a relaxed riding position, and with a few downward toe points the air breezes through pretty well for a nice cool down. As well, the soles are nice and grippy at those greasy red lights. Granted I have thin legs and medium to narrow feet.

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Great looking boots. I wanted to know what kind of pants you ride with, and if you have any problems with getting these underneath them. I want some good riding boots, but don't want them to be overly obvious. Thanks!

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Great looking boots. I wanted to know what kind of pants you ride with, and if you have any problems with getting these underneath them. I want some good riding boots, but don't want them to be overly obvious. Thanks!
I am a pretty thin guy, 6"2 175 lbs, and I generally wear well fitted clothing...The boots seem to fit under all of the jeans or riding pants I have used them with and they have a fairly narrow profile. I am also picky about your mentioned concern and feel that these are fairly unobvious riding boots aside from the toe sliders...which are removable... but have 2 small rivets underneath that arent the most attractive. I have ridden in light rain once and had no seepage...although there is a waterproof upgrade on them that is available for about an extra 50 bux

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