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  1. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    Personally, I prefer to wear boots for safety. I figure more toes will remain attached in a crash. But in reality I often jump on the bike for a short errand with my shoes on.
  2. Motorcycle Riding Gear & Accessories
  3. Motorcycle Riding Gear & Accessories
    The best riding shoes I’ve owned. Period. They are CE approved, comfortable, water proof, and very well made.
  4. Motorcycle Riding Gear & Accessories
    I don't have proper cold weather gear, and I'm due for new pedestrian winter boots and coat. Does anyone currently use their riding/winter gear as walking around winter attire? I'd love to just buy one nice jacket and one pair of boots. What do you think?
  5. Indian Motorcycle General Discussion
    I have been riding with some 25 year old Justin boots. They were tan and went with my tan seats. However before I switched to a heel shifter I scuffed up and got black rubber marks on the left toe. So they finally had to die. I look at Indian boots in brown. Very nice made by Red Wing and only...
  6. Motorcycle Riding Gear & Accessories
    I've had my eye on those Spirit Lake Redwing boots ever since I saw the news blurb a few months ago. The blurb said they would be available in July... well here we are... Anyone out there with inside information on when these things come out and where I can find them?
  7. Motorcycle Riding Gear & Accessories
    good morning spring time, Riding season in here, bikers in Chicagoland have taken to the streets this last weekend and it was awesome. I have personally met with a group of Indian owners and went for a beautiful ride on Saturday that took us from American Heritage Motorcycle in south Elgin...
  8. Motorcycle Riding Gear & Accessories
    Best V-Twin Motorcycle Boots 2016 I may be a bit late to the party on this one but Revzilla has the 2016 buyers guide updated. If you are like me, I try to do quite a bit of research before I buy gear. I think the Rev'it Rodeo boots fit my riding needs nicely.
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