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  1. Howdy everyone, I've been lurking for around a year and a half or so and finally made time to sign up! Glad to be here, officially, and be part of this awesome forum! For my first post I'm looking for some insight from Gaerne boot owners. Im about to pull the trigger on a pair of SG10's for 335$ but was concerned about the boot getting too hot? Ive heard about the memory foam not breathing the best? I wouldn't care so much if I didn't live in Texas
  2. 5 reviews

    Distinct Name: Black Size: 6 Made in Italy with hand-selected full-grain leather Floating Razorback with built-in ankle alignment system flows with your natural movement and ensures a great fit Dual composite soles for durability Lightweight alloy adjustable and replaceable buckles Shock absorbing inner footbed liner
  3. I tried wearing MX boots to ride. They were Fly Maverick boots to be specific. I was surprised how much harder it made everything. I couldn't feel my controls. I had to sit way forward on the seat and angle my leg back to get the boot under the shift lever. I ended up using that little metal lip in front of my toe to shift rather than using the tops of my toes. I couldn't bend my ankle to shift, so I had to lift my entire leg up. I was constantly missing shifts. I had trouble feeling and pushing the rear brake lever, too. My feet did feel more protected in these boots, but I felt less safe overall since it was harder to control the bike when I couldn't feel the controls. Is this just something you have to get used to with MX boots? Is it less of an issue with higher quality, more expensive boots? Or do I just need to git gud? For reference, I normally ride in shoes, but I have been riding in snow boots recently with no issues.
  4. 7 reviews

    GAERNE IS PROUD TO REPORT THAT MAGAZINES WORLD WIDE HAVE PUT OUR SG-12 THROUGH RIGORUS TESTS AND CAME BACK WITH 5 STAR REVIEWS CLAIMING IT THE MOST DURABLE, COMFORTABLE AND SUPPORTIVE BOOT MADE TO DATE. New look Introducing the all new SG-12 from Gaerne. The best off road motorcycle boot on the planet!! The Gaerne Sg-12 features a new "G" for an exciting first impression. Don't think we stopped there, that is just the beginning. Check out the new features-- *Dual Stage Pivot System--This revolutionary new system is patented and exclusive to Gaerne and is certainly going to be a hit. The first pivot is attached to the "Razorback". This provides a rigid component that offers a strong lateral support while a glide-plate keeps the upper in a firm and upright position. The second pivot is fixed on a sliding glide that allows the riders foot to feel natural while on the peg in a shifting or breaking situation--However, it will "bottom out" and absorb shock in the case of over-jumping a jump or in the case of unwanted compression. *Grip Guard--On the inner side of the boot is the all new rubber "Grip Guard". You can feel the exceptional grip of the bike, as well as offering a heat resistant padding against your inner leg. *Front Plate/Shin Guard--This new Thermoplastic shin plate is anatomically shaped for a perfect fit. By removing three screws a rider can also make the opening wider to accommodate a bigger leg or knee-brace. *Buckle system--The SG-12 utilizes four lightweight alloy buckles that attach to an adjustable strap. This is a "Tried and True" system that provides the rider "Easy in" and "Easy out" non failure system. Keeping it simple! *Gaiter--Made of a new Swiss breathable fabric called Acronos, the gaiter is extremely stretchy but has the perfect shape to keep the sand and debris out. Interior Lining--On the inside you will find the famous "Gaerne Memory Cell Foam" --Known for the most comfortable feel and fit ride after ride. *Heel Cup--The new Heel cup has been designed to absorb shock in the case of a rear compression--It also doubles as a nice place to showcase the new "G" logo !! *Toe-Box--This new design features a slimmer shape in the toe area for an improved feel of the shift lever and the bikes controls. The entire area is wrapped by a new plastic material which is lighter and provides more comfort and feel for the bike as well. *Toe cap--The all new shape --the toecap has been re-designed and reinforced to provide a new "tougher" look. *Sole- For the SG-12 you will notice a new design. This sole is new in look, but still uses the Gaerne "Dual Composite" anti-shock rubber that has made Gaerne soles famous around the world. Insole--Inside the boot you will find an all new foot-bed which has been specially molded to correctly support the foot. In the rear portion of the foot-bed, a new shock absorbing material has been used. And in the front portion the construction has been made to allow the foot to vent. SIZES EU 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 US 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
  5. 2 reviews

    Primary Color: White Size: 14 Distinct Name: White New Uni-pivot ankle system gives great ankle support yet very comfortable to wear for longer period of time Rubber Grip Guard allows the rider to grip the bike as well as displace heat from the pipe Gaerne dual composite for long wear Replaceable adjustable buckle system New Gaitor is designed to keep the dirt out Sizes: 8-13 New styling
  6. Hey, so I'm about to order Gaerne GX-1 boots and was wondering about the sizing, do they run big or small or are they accurate. I am 15 1/2 and wear size 10 normal shoes and I want enough room to grow into the boots. Should I get size 10 or size 11? Thanks
  7. 2 reviews

    Distinct Name: White Size: 10 Built from the sole up with all the best raw materials, not only will you be able to Feel the Fit but this boot will perform the task of keeping you comfortable on those long rides Sleek new styling along with all new Alloy buckles make this boot an instant winner Made in Italy
  8. gaerne sg10 or sg12, which one will give the best protection on tite single track?
  9. So, I've been wearing SG12 since 2011 (one pair). They're pretty beat at this point, sole is almost worn through, so before I send them off to be re-soled, I wanted to make sure I could get a new pair in case they got lost/ruined/whatever. Went to my local shop, tried on the same size that I wear and they were super uncomfortable at the widest part of my foot, basically pinching it. My 2011s are almost too wide. I wore them around the shop for quite a bit, just didn't feel right. Tried a size up and that felt better, but then I had a huge toe gap. Anyway, I emailed Gaerne support to see if something changed since 2011, here is the response. I haven't been back to the shop to try on SG10s, but will give that a go. I also asked if there was a way to tell if a boot is EU versus US and there is not.
  10. Hello, I just wanted to share my experience I've had with Gaerne and a brand new pair of SG-10's. I picked up a piar of new SG-10's as my Tech 6's were done. I browsed the forums quote a bit before getting a new a pair as I was looking for great protection and flexibility. Gaerne seemed like the good option so I went with them. The boots came and I put them on and they fit nice. I begin to adjust the buckle location and notice the screws stripping as I'm removing them from the backing plates. There's 9 total stripped screws. That means half the buckles are held on with stripped screws. Excellent.... I reach out to Gaerne asking about new screws and they ask for pictures, proof of pruchase, etc. so I send it over. They also state that they've "never heard of this before". I get a reply back stating that I need to send them back to where I bought them. All over $4 worth of screws. Not worth it. I take the parts to my work (machine shop) and chase the threads with a tap. Who would have thought, the threads cleaned up. I sent an email to Gaerne USA about this with no response yet. It is safe to say Gaerne lost a customer for life over $4 of screws. I ordered 20 SS screws from Fastenal for $4. I'll fix it myself. See photos. Photo with dirt in the screw head is when the boot came straight from the box. Also quite peculiar.
  11. anyone heard of these? I saw an almost new looking pair on Cl. and gonna go look at em tomorrow. How do they compare to todays gx1 boots or sg10s? I was really looking for Sg10s or Sidi boots but these seem like a good deal. What do you guys think. they need a buckle. He is asking 95 bucks. I can probably haggle him down some. What have you paid for gently used ITALIAN boots?
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