Sidi adventure boots

Does my ass look big in these?
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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by spud354 » Wed May 09, 2012 6:47 pm

appleby wrote:
spud354 wrote:Whats the cheapest anyone has seen these boots go for? £295 seems to be the going price but the Rocket centre in Blackburn have raised theirs to £315?
A 10 second search suggests £240 :) ... rrency=GBP
Thanks but I don't think buying from Italy is a wise choice.

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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by boatman » Wed May 09, 2012 7:16 pm

I have a pair with a fair bit of use on them Good boots ! i woud rate them
A wee bit expensive but, THE BIZ

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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by Big Stu » Thu May 10, 2012 1:47 pm

Day off so was on my way to get some Sidi when.
Had a go of the tcx infinity- bit tight for my ickle piggies( size 12, big fat feet )
Dainese gortex tex dudes @ £169 ! Oh like slippers, nice. Not tested in anger yet but gortex should be champion? So comfy , time will tell .

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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by *Touring Ted* » Mon Oct 07, 2013 6:01 pm

Harty wrote:Personally these boots are great if your stuck on a big adventure bike all day riding roads and the odd bit of gravel. The soles wear too fast and are not rugged enough for serious off road stuff. Plus they have that bloody annoying squeak :angry:

I've now traded them in for a pair of Fox Comp 5 Motocross which are new on the market. Cost £145 and I know they aren't waterproof, but no boots are waterproof when your wading across rivers pulling bikes out or checking the depth.

They have a grippy sole, allow for large calves and are very light in comparison to mx boots.

These do look good. £150 too. More protection than the W2 and A LOT cheaper than the adventures. How are they to walk around in ??

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Re: Sidi adventure boots

Post by spasm » Tue Oct 08, 2013 3:56 am

i have the forma adventure boots too, i wear them all the time my sidi's are left in the cupboard, they r great boots and mine have kept me dry. plus they look hardcore.
150 at dirt bike express, order a size up to get the right fit

i only need one wheel .......... the rear

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