New Booties, Recommendations?

Discussion in 'Mods, Upgrades, Accessories and Products' started by BladeOfGlory, Jun 15, 2020.

  1. BladeOfGlory

    BladeOfGlory Member

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    Its new boot time as a seam has gone on my trusty spada boots. I may look at getting them repaired but I probably definitely need more than one pair of boots........
    Looking to spend up to £150 I reckon. Maybe £200 at max. Any suggestions?

    RST Tractech Evo 3 Waterproof caught my eye - been very happy with all RST gear I've bought before.
    https://www.sportsbikeshop.co.uk/motorcycle_parts/content_prod/366582
     
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    I’ve got a pair of the tractech evo 3 wp, really comfortable from the off and are decent quality. Bit too warm for this weather tho. Sidi Roarr excellent as well
     
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  3. Slick

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    OK a bit more than 200, but unless you require a full on race boot, the last boot you will buy is a Daytona Strive GTX.
    All weather, all year, Been through a few offs and utterly dependable.

    No plastic bits to scratch frame or body work, IMO looks great with jeans, textile, 2 piece etc.

    Had mine for several years, just like ole buddies now
     
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    Thinking of a new pair myself, ,,,,,,, probably TCX RT-race ,,,,,,, there about £180 .
    I've got a pair of TCX S-race at the moment, 8 years old but the sole plate has cracked and I can feel it clicking under my foot when moving around on the peg .
    Still got a pair of Sidi Vertigo Corsa's ,,,,,, they look cool but no good if ya got a wide foot.
    Must be over 12 years old now :rolleyes::)
     
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    I'm happy with my RST Tractech Evo 3 Waterproof. The only thing about them is that they're pretty tight on the calf.
     
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  6. BladeOfGlory

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    Thanks all - positive feedback on the RST's.

    These looks like another good option Mark, thanks!

    Also come across the Alpinestars SMX-6 V2 Drystar which look good too.
    https://www.sportsbikeshop.co.uk/motorcycle_parts/content_prod/330091

    Decisions decisions!
     
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    I think at this rate I may end up ordering a couple of sizes of all three off SBS and sending back my least preferred!
     

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