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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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I'll stick with my $109.99 Timberland Pro boots.
 
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ICON 1000 waterproof boots. They are THE most comfortable thing I've ever worn. They are very warm and waterproof for 3 season riding. In the middle of August? Nope.

Revzilla has the best customer service and most likely the best pricing out there. Wonderful return policy.
 
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There are PLENTY of well made boots for daily wear and riding. I love my Red Wing Iron Rangers.

I always prefer a boot that is that you can resole. My Iron Rangers come with a hard cork sole, durable, but no grip when pushing out heavy bikes. So I got a half sole and glued them on, cut em and they work great! Super cheap and make the soles last forever pretty much :) Half Soles - DIY Sole Protection
 

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I have one pair of alpine stars joeys, but I am little disappointed in the lack of traction I get from the soles,I have a pair of danners work boot they have a real good sole ,but not a heavy boot (made in USA ) I just bought some sedici riding shoes there like the joeys but have a better sole very comfortable on and off the bike.
 

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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.
B4 you buy look up Leather.com /they always have something a guy/gal likes. Great return policies too!
 

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I currently have a pair of BMW rain boots which are very comfortable, I think they were 200 bucks a couple of years ago. I have seen similar looking boots from other manufacturers for almost half that. They might be the same boot without the BMW price. Here's one that has intrigued me. www.gasolinaboots.com.
I tried to capture the full page but it didn't work. They're kind of pricey, but not like lewis leathers from England. I was looking for a pair for my girlfriend and was interested in the red leather until I saw the price. She would have to be awful nice to me for 700 dollar boots and I mean really really nice.
 

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I have the TCX waterproof and love them. Bought some Chippewas for work boots and riding. I don't care for the big heel. I figured out I like flat soles for riding. I may get some vented for summer use. Revit's mostly
 

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I use Merrell hiking boots. Very comfortable, water resistant, ankle support, and really grippy soles.
 
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