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I took the plunge and DROPPED MONEY on SIDI Crossfires

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Most expensive piece of feet protektors yet.

Anyone have any lunch money? :applause:

That and some Fox Airline white/red gear.

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Most expensive piece of feet protektors yet.

Anyone have any lunch money? :applause:

That and some Fox Airline white/red gear.

Nice looking boots. And pretty damn expensive also.

A tip for making them last longer -- wear them only in the house. :applause:

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Excellent choice. Last year, I too splurged for the most expensive boots out there. I was seriously worried about my decision.

After about a dozen rides now, I can honestly say that buying quality boots was the best thing that I have ever done. My feet and ankles are the most protected that they can possibly be.

You made a good decision!

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Money well spent. I've been wearing them since they came out.

You'll know you made the right choice soon enough.

Just go ride with them a few times and the realization will come.

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Thank all

Yeah, I started riding mx last year from road racing -well, trackdays.

I bought some Oneal boots - you know, just to see if I like MX.

And they are okay but I have SIDI stuff on my feet for my Road bicycle gear,

my ROADRACE gear and so it made since to drop

money for SIDI mx boots.

You only go around once, I've alway tried to buy the best stuff out there.

It's put me into some debt but in the end I've lived a great first half of

life!

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Most expensive piece of feet protektors yet.

Anyone have any lunch money? :applause:

That and some Fox Airline white/red gear.

You never said wether you liked the. More importantly, were they worth the money and as good as you expected?

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Nice looking boots. And pretty damn expensive also.

A tip for making them last longer -- wear them only in the house. :applause:

&%$#@! is that supposed to mean, ive had my sidi boots for a year now and the soles are still like new, fox forma compton boots that all my friends had just turned to shit after about a month.

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&%$#@! is that supposed to mean, ive had my sidi boots for a year now and the soles are still like new, fox forma compton boots that all my friends had just turned to shit after about a month.
cant put a price on great protetive gear, i mean anything can happen but u get what u pay for right? lol great choice of boots bro.

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&%$#@! is that supposed to mean, ive had my sidi boots for a year now and the soles are still like new, fox forma compton boots that all my friends had just turned to shit after about a month.

That's probably because you are a great rider. :applause:

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SIDIs are nice but i couldnt justify spending 400 for them when i could get Gaerne SG-10s for 310 which are the most comfortable boot ive tried on. They just showed up today, im pumped!!

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SIDIs are nice but i couldnt justify spending 400 for them when i could get Gaerne SG-10s for 310 which are the most comfortable boot ive tried on. They just showed up today, im pumped!!

Congrats on the new boots!

Yeah, after reading TxWorldMX I almost bought the SG's but

what kept me bending over further -to pay more, is that

I KNOW SIDI's will fit my large cankles.

Returning shiot is pain in the arse.

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i got my brand new sidi flex force boots for 250 shipped from ebay, brand new, some motocycle place in cali had them for sale, gaerne are nice but after seeing my buddys get destroyed after crashing on the pavment doing a wheelie and last weekend he laid it over and the entire carbon fiber stuff that holds the center 2 straps on broke off, just hangs now?? ive yet to have one prob with my sidi boots, ill prob keep them at least another year or more, before i buy another set of sidi boots:)

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Guys,

I'm VERY happy to report that after just ONE track day

with the new SIDI's they are WORTH the money. Unbelieveable coming

from O'neal boots. The SIDI's keep getting better with every track day too.

Thanks

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Nice to hear fortyfive, Thanks for coming back and reporting on your findings. Sidi makes a truly great boot.

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Yep, no regrets buying the SIDI Crossfire boots.....you get what you pay for. I've been wearing SIDI products for nearly 20 years now....mostly mountain and road bike shoes. SIDI foot wear has always been; put them on and go.....no break-in and perfect fit everytime. The Crossfire boots are just the same.....excellent!

Tom

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