I switched over to these from a Fox boot. The difference is surreal. These are extremely comfortable. Well padded and do not leave bruises on my legs. I've only had them out about 4 times now. They've gone through mud, water and brush and have held up so far. My feet stayed dry even on those 90 degree days where you're sweating like crazy. I would recommend these boots even if they were $20 more, but please don't raise the price because I'm about to buy my husband a men's pair!
I will say there were stiff the first 2 times out but after that they feel super comfy and have a little more "give" to them.
Another plus is they are very "grippy" even wet.
I have tried on every single brand of boots out there. I'm 5'2", 130# with very large calves and ankles. Wear size 5.5 to 6 in "street shoes."
I ordered these boots in a size 5 because there were a closeout price. Figured if they didn't fit, I can keep them for my daughter or sell them on eBay/Craigslist.
THEY FIT PERFECT, WITH ROOM TO SPARE!!!! Haven't rode in them yet, but super excited I can close them around my calves with my riding pants and long johns underneath.
Bought this as a primary helmet for ATVing. The appearance and styling is perfect. Love the colors and graphics. The sizing is a bit small so go large when ordering. The front cheek pads are uncomfortable during prolonged riding. Overall it's a great helmet for the money. At $120 you can't beat the price tag.
As my first pair of O'Neal motocross boots; they are awesome after 2 rides. At first, I walked like a robot. Within 15 minutes riding my Honda CRF450R, they loosened up and began to flex very nicely. Shifting and braking was comfortable. The boot also set very comfortable on the foot pegs and I was able to hug the bike like when I used to ride bulls. Popping wheelies was a cinch too. An added bonus is sole comfort when walking. Overall, it's a BAD-A boot for the price as Personal Protective Equipment. Invest in yourself...'cause you're worth it!