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    Just throwing it out to see what everyone likes for riding boots? My Tourmaster Solution boots work good for shifting but I would love a pair of the Sidi Canyon boots. Not sure if they will fit under the shifter as well. Big bucks to find out and not willing to gamble.
    2013 Black F6B

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    I wear Wolverine pull on work boots, mainly because they are the only boots I have found that fit my odd feet correctly.

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    • #3
      I have been surprisingly pleased with my Tourmaster Solution 2.0 boots. I had low expectations, but they have really held up well, and are comfortable.
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      • #4
        I have some Harley boots they have a nice line of boots plus i use steel toe sneakers from wally world, Not much into riding boots hard for me to find a comfortable boot.
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        • #5
          I wear Georgia work boots, very comfortable and fit under shifter nicely. They come steel toe as well but I do not have that feature.
          Dave - Arizona - 2012/GL1800

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          • #6
            Wore the Tourmaster Solutions for years, but the waterproof design made them really hot….went to new technology of Gore-Tex in the form of Dainese TRQ Touring Gore-Tex. Lightweight, adjustable for calf size, rear zipper, waterproof & GREAT ankle protection.
            New they are spendy, but found an "almost new" pair on ebay for less than 1/2 price. They run a 1/2 size small, that is why I got the deal…didn't fit the original buyer.
            Silly Rabbit…Trix are for kids!!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Yellowbird View Post
              I have some Harley boots they have a nice line of boots plus i use steel toe sneakers from wally world, Not much into riding boots hard for me to find a comfortable boot.
              My wife buys Harley boots. Well made and she likes them a lot.

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              • #8
                After 15 years of army boots I needed new boots too, used army boots again, Meindl Army Pro, bit stiff the first 2 days, but great after that. No more wet or cold feet... http://www.armynnavy.com/catalog/cat...oducts_id/5035

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                • #9
                  I use HD boots it last me about a year. But I can tell you the ones I would not use are the ones Wheels uses they wore his feet right off

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Honda John View Post
                    I use HD boots it last me about a year. But I can tell you the ones I would not use are the ones Wheels uses they wore his feet right off

                    Down to his socks????????? Say it ain't so man................
                    2001 Hot Rod Yellow GL1800A

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                    • #11
                      I was looking at a lot of different boots, went to a police and fire dept uniform store found a pair of side zip boots that fit like a glove, I have wide feet and it was hard to find a pair that fit, I like them so far comfort when walking as well

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                      • #12
                        I also have a pair of pricey Danner tactical boots that are just to clumsy to shift properly on the "6".
                        2013 Black F6B

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                        • #13
                          I have been wearing Cruiserworks boots for a few years now, and they are great! I could wear them all day, everyday . . . they are so comfortable!

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                          • #14
                            I had Tourmaster Solution 2.0 boots as well...they were comfortable but there was really not a lot of protection...so I bought a pair
                            of Daytona GTX Road Stars...I like them and really no break in at all

                            http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/d...size_chart_tab

                            John
                            John - Richmond 2013 GL1800, Level 3

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                            • #15
                              I had the tourmaster solutions2.0 also. I found them to be very hot and very poor zippers. I had one zipper fail and cost me $14 to ship them back so they could replace them under warranty. The second pair had the same zipper fail. I had it repaired locally for about the cost of shipping. That zipper didn't even last one season. I've moved on, never much cared for zippers on boots anyhow.

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                              • #16
                                I'm on my second pair of Sidi On Road boots. I used to change out of my boots at work but just stay in these now, they are very comfortable. There are a lot of very nice boots out there, these are just my current favorites.
                                Mike Harrison
                                '12 Blue GL1800 level 3
                                '06 Moto Guzzi Breva 1100

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                                • #17
                                  They're not stylish, but I like my Altama military boots for riding.
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                                  • #18
                                    Originally posted by Honda John View Post
                                    I use HD boots it last me about a year. But I can tell you the ones I would not use are the ones Wheels uses they wore his feet right off
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                                    I will keep this suggestion in mind.

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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by JeffP View Post
                                      Just throwing it out to see what everyone likes for riding boots? My Tourmaster Solution boots work good for shifting but I would love a pair of the Sidi Canyon boots. Not sure if they will fit under the shifter as well. Big bucks to find out and not willing to gamble.
                                      Buy from RevZilla, if you don't wear them to actually ride in you can return them. I can use the edge of my boot to shift (Daytona) Expensive but far more comfortable than my old Sidis. Regardless
                                      comfortable boots are a big deal to me . I think you will be able to shift with sidi. Good Luck!

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                                      • #20
                                        Originally posted by JGDJR View Post
                                        I had Tourmaster Solution 2.0 boots as well...they were comfortable but there was really not a lot of protection...so I bought a pair
                                        of Daytona GTX Road Stars...I like them and really no break in at all

                                        http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/d...size_chart_tab

                                        John
                                        Second to Daytona! When I got the Box I thought it was empty! They are mighty fine boots

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