Great boot with nice fit and protection. great look with functional toe sliders. Hold up well in the rain, you may want to spray with water repellent for down pours. Easy entry with heavy Velcro, zipping is optional. Must be one of the best for the money!
My KlR 650 had these on when I got it, they had about 100 miles on them. After 2000 miles the rear tire was bald. I ride easy, shift at 3500 to 4000 rpm, never accelerate hard, and run the posted speed limit.
I will say they are great handling tires, wet or dry. Never worried about performance with them, just did not wear well.
I bought two of these gauges; a low pressure one for my dirt bikes and a higher pressure one for my street bikes. The higher pressure one won't work on my KTM 1190 Adventure because it won't fit through the spokes to get to the valve stem. The lower pressure gauge is hard to seal against the valve stem - without leaking air - when I try to measure the air pressure in my dirt bike tires. Each time I try to measure the air pressure, I end up losing a pound or two of air pressure. Haven't had that problem with longer gauges.
The strength of the Bikemaster chain is superior to other chains that cost more, so why not give the chain a chance? Many run their chain to tight and do not leave room for the chain to flex. This stretches the chain and causes the chain to rear out sooner.
Very solid choice for street riding and an occasional track day. I don't keep a second set of rims with dedicated track tires, so I need something that performs best with street conditions - I ride daily. These tires do very well in all street conditions: wet, dry, hot, cold. That being said, these are not tires for someone who only goes to the track. They are acceptable on the track if you adjust your pressure, but you won't get the best lap times. On the plus side, you will get several more laps out of these than the full on track tires.