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    OWEN450X

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    Re: Good beginner boots

    Post by OWEN450X on Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:03 pm

    joking apart do you guys wear the same boot all year round ????
    cause when I've been out it's always been wet or/and cold
    is summer riding much different ????
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    steve

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    Re: Good beginner boots

    Post by steve on Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:03 pm

    wolfy wrote:I will be trying these next time....
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    Ive bought 2 pairs of these in the past nice comfy boots as long as your electric start is working if you have a 4 stroke.
    Tech 3 ive got now have been just as good through.
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    OWEN450X

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    Re: Good beginner boots

    Post by OWEN450X on Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:05 pm

    Is Jo at A&B the boss man scratch lol!
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    crm250dude

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    Re: Good beginner boots

    Post by crm250dude on Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:08 pm

    OWEN450X wrote:joking apart do you guys wear the same boot all year round ????
    cause when I've been out it's always been wet or/and cold
    is summer riding much different ????

    Whats your name ? - Posh spice? - i cant afford a summer/winter wardrobe ...

    I may change from thermal to cotton socks but thats as far as my budget stretches !!!
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    Taffy300

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    Re: Good beginner boots

    Post by Taffy300 on Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:13 pm

    If the budget can stretch I'd say its a must to have spare boots. or a good boot blower/dryer. 1 of the best things I bought for soggy boots.

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    OWEN450X

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    Re: Good beginner boots

    Post by OWEN450X on Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:15 pm

    sounds like Jo smiled at you sweetly  and you came out with sandals by mistake
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    wolfy

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    Re: Good beginner boots

    Post by wolfy on Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:17 pm

    Taffyboy07 wrote:If the budget can stretch I'd say its a must to have spare boots. or a good boot blower/dryer. 1 of the best things I bought for soggy boots.

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    Nice I want one Very Happy Owen your feet will still get wet in the summer mind smiler
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    crm250dude

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    Re: Good beginner boots

    Post by crm250dude on Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:18 pm

    Taffyboy07 wrote:If the budget can stretch I'd say its a must to have spare boots. or a good boot blower/dryer. 1 of the best things I bought for soggy boots.

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    now that looks like something you and the muffster went halves on


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    mufynman

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    Re: Good beginner boots

    Post by mufynman on Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:19 pm

    I'd always go with the most protection you can get . Sidi crossfire not cheap , but saved my feet a few times where I reckon a cheaper and more flexy boot might not have . They last well , and you can get spares . But they aren't cheap so maybe not what you are looking at .
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    OWEN450X

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    Re: Good beginner boots

    Post by OWEN450X on Mon Mar 07, 2016 9:23 pm

    I've got some Wulf Libre boots(i think) seem fine and won't break the bank.

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