O'Neal Racing Shorty II Boots

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Rating 3.98 of 5 (8 Reviews)

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O'Neal Racing Shorty II Boots
           
  • Bonded sole
  • Durable construction
  • Fully adjustable two buckle closure system
  • Tough sole with metal shank
  • Injection molded plastic shift plate and ankle protection
  • Generous heel support and padding for added comfort
  • Built in heat shield
  • Replacement rubber sole inserts, straps and buckles are available
  • Item # 39399
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Overall Rating: 3.98 of 5

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Yikes

These appeared to be well made and true to how they are described relative to their cost. I ride a V-Strom and my ankles are bent enough that the top of these boots dug into my calf. They were promptly returned, and for that I appreciate MCSS's great customer service. I suppose if there is a fully upright riding position, or if you do lot of standing, these would be fine.

Cris - November 5, 2015

(Everett, WA)

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Oneal Short Boots

Boots felt uncomfortable at ankle at first but after a few days felt fine. Have only rode with them twice but so far feel good. Purchased for dual sport riding.

KB - March 25, 2015

(bloomington , IN)

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Snow skiing boots

No good for a street bike. Very narrow. I ordered a size above as I wanted them to be bigger rather than too small. They still are too tight and are very deep and stiff in the sole so walking and changing gears would be nigh impossible. Just not flexible enough.

Steve - August 17, 2014

(Brisbane, QLD)

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good boots?

I have had these boots for about a month and rode about 2000 miles with them. I ride dual sport so I wanted boots that offered good protection but still would allow me to walk in. Well, they do offer great protection for your feet but almost none for your ankle. They are also very uncomfortable anytime you are off the bike. They also seem to run small on the size. I wear a size 10 shoe and ordered an 11 and they are very snug. They do seem to be good quality and are holding up great.

casey - June 19, 2014

(Russell, PA)

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Shorty II Boots

Do yourself a favor and get some, they are an incredible value and their quality can't be matched

Rufus - July 17, 2012

(Fayetteville, NC)

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SOLID BOOTS

I wear 11’s, I bought the 45’s. They are just right with one pair of regular crew socks. I use them for a 650 Suzuki Gladiaus and a Suzuki DR350 dualsport. I had to raise my shift lever all the way up. They are stiff ,but your feet are extremely well protected.

Doug - April 27, 2012

(McDonald, TN)

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Shorty Boots

I gave these boots to my teenage boys for Christmas.....They love them. The boys have been out riding 5 or 6 times with the boots and the boots are great.

Chelsey - January 16, 2012

(Tehachapi, CA)

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Uncomfortable!

I wear a woman's size 9 and ordered a 7 in these boots. When I first put them on I thought the fit was perfect and the overall look was great. Then, when I tried to walk in them, I was miserable! Any movement in your ankles, the boots cut into your shins and calves. I could not even bare to break these in. I returned them right away.

Jena - September 30, 2011

(Appleton, WI)