what moto boots should i buy?

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    zumanity

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    can anyone recommend a good pair of moto boots that wont cost the earth but
    will still give protection.?
    i figured my work boots would be robust enough but im now nursing a broken left foot for my trouble.
    what do u guys use?
     
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    thor 50/50 mini boots are pretty cheap if your looking for mini boots.
     
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    Alpinestar tech2 boots man :) best by far and coming down in price
     
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    How much because I always see them for $350 where as the thor are $200
     
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    WELL I paid 350 for mine last year.lol start of 07
    but i have seen them for 250 since
     
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    zumanity

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    im looking to spend about 200 max.
    will i get a boot that will help stop my foot breaking again?
    lol
     
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    Axo slammers mate they are around the 200-220 and are not bad
     
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    fox tracker boots are good boots theyr 300 but best quallity iv seen
     
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    dont get big boots if you ride a mini ya cant shift or anything its gay, get axo slammers tech 2's or thor 50/50's
     
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    Go the axo slammers, i got a pair afew weeks ago to ride my mini as soon as i tryed them on i had to have a pair of them. They where heaps better than my work boots. I paid $210 for them
     
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    Ducar rides in a pair of nice high boots & heels
     
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    hahahahahahaha^^^^^^
     
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    Will oneal elements be okay?
     
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    i ride in trials boots and am led to believe they move alot more freely then mx boots, have not troubles with controls but proper mx boots may be different
     
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    I've got pair of 07 oneal elements and they are great takes a little getting used to but otherwise there great.
     
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    i got some new axo mx boots just b4 x-mas and on my little thumpstar, its a bit hard to change gears cause they are a bit to big for the bike. but i manage.
     
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    Apparently Axo have poached the guy who designed the Alpinestar mini boots ... news is they are pretty much the same boot at half the price.

    I have'nt had a pair on yet but hear they are the goods .
     
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    yer they are a nice boot and they stand up to the challenge and for half the price..... why not. most boots these days are all the same just a different name on them and thats all u are really paying for is the name.
     
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    thanks heaps guys!
    i just gotta get this foot better so i can get back on the bike.
    it sucks just lookin at it!!
     
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    i found a pack that im keen as to buy seeing as i have no moto gear at all.

    The Shift Adult Pack- includes an RXT F-Speed Helmet, RXT Goggles, Shift Assault Pant, Shift Assault Jersey, Shift Assault Gloves and AXO Boxer Boot. All for just $499.95!

    MOTORCYCLE ACCESSORIES - BIKEBIZ
     

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