Mark Solomon (Washington )
Had a bad accident which left me with a fused slower spine and unable to get my Vortices on and off without imitating a pretzel for half an hour. Not as tough as the Vortices I had to sell, but better than my ST Airs, if not as all-day comfortable. Main difference for me is that I can get them on and off as I'm hoping to return to the track next year. I've worn Sidis for the past 8 years and it will take a lot to get me to change. Will probably get another pair of these as the main downside is they don't have replaceable lowers.
ralph (forney )
these boots are great! ankle can move up & down witch is why I bought them, unlike other boots that are super stiff,ie suck!
ralph (forney )
pretty good so far
Ron (Spring )
Similar comments to what Scott wrote: I got these in the same size as my running shoes (about 1/2 size over dress shoes) and the boots never felt really comfortable. They're just too tight to the point of hurting. Thinking it's a matter of breaking-in, I started riding in the Sidi's, but they never become comfortable enough. I just ended up ordering a 2nd pair a full size larger and hope that these will fit as expected. Will make someone else happy with the barely worn smaller pair.
Marek Gruszecki (Seattle )
I have had these boots for last 5 years and love them. They have been equally comfortable riding through Alaska rain as well as the desert in Nevada. It is a great value for the money.
Mongoose (Sylmar )
Nice design & great colors. Look superb on my bikes! Very easy to peel off , w/ a blade of course.