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does any body make a boot for trail riders, Motorcross boots just seam to be overkill for the type of riding we do. I am looking at the Tech 8s and the vector's but would like something a little lighter.

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I ride trails, and the thor quadrants are quite nice. They arent too bulky and provide some good support. only $130

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I ride trails, and the thor quadrants are quite nice. They arent too bulky and provide some good support. only $130

i agree i have oneal element boots and there nice but i would like to get some thor quadrants

here is the pair that i have now

http://i3.photobucket.com/albums/y61/PigPenKLX300/05-el-boot-blk.jpg

they run about $99.95 they are great boots hold togeather nice also my cousins had a pair for 10yrs :naughty:

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I'm using the tech 8s and have no complaints. Used some tech 6's the other day, and they aren't near as comfy. Gaerne's will probably be my next boot.

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Once you put on the Vectors, your feet(and the rest of you) won't notice any weight change. They are awesome boots. I've got the most tender feet, and they don't feel a thing when they hit rocks, logs and dirt clods. They are worth the $230 I paid.

Good luck on your find!

:naughty:

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get the fox tracker boots there good sorta cheap to.Hey Pigpen i think your cousin needs learn how to ride cause i dont think those oneals will last that long unless he goes riding about once a year :naughty:

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I wear Vectors and they wear great on my deformed and numb feet.. :D:naughty:

Tried others but did not like them like the Vectors........ :naughty:

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I just picked up my first pair of true riding boots. I bought the Thor's. I'm so use to wearing my rocky hunting boots which I can move my ankle in that I think I'm going to have a hard time shifting my first time out. They are so heavy and stiff but they are better then a lot of other brands I tried on.

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Thanks for the suggestion's, apparently MX boots are the only option. I guess its better to have more protection than not enough.

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Thanks for the suggestion's, apparently MX boots are the only option. I guess its better to have more protection than not enough.

If you want something lighter check out the Sidi Discovery. Not cheap at $250 but they are well made and don't look like an advertisement. Motonation.com, MotorcycleSuperstore.com

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I've got Hi-Points got them year and a half ago they still made them. I think you can still get them. They are all leather and have a shin plate, once broken in they are very comfortable and flexable. :naughty:

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You might also want to take a look into boots made for TRIALS, not trails, riding. They are more flexible and have traction designed soles.

Ride on

Brewster

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