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Alpinestars Replacement Toe Sliders 2011-2012 SMX Plus Boots
Easy as cake to put on
These things are so simple to install, it only takes a second for each one
April 25, 2013
Wear quickly but changed them in time
Sort of tough to change the toe sliders, but got the job done. These sliders need to be changed before the front mounting point is worn through. The boots are basically ruined if you don't change them in time.
July 3, 2012
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John W:I don't know, but haven't seen any. Most tracks have rules against metal toe sliders or anything that can create a fire ignition hazard. I had trouble finding boots without them. These were perfect. Had a hard crash and tumbled a long ways. Boots kept my foot straight and unbroken. Whacked my left ancle bad. Still tender over a year later. But, no surgery or therapy or breaks. PTL.
You may need to adjust your rear sets, or your foot position. You really don't want your boot to get caught under your bike. Glad that your riding your bike hard. Way to go. May 14, 2014
First off, I ask, "how the heck are you burning threw these things in a day lol?" If it's becoming an issue for you, maybe adjust foot position. Anyways, to answer your question, yes! Revzilla has magnesium sliders that you can get; they're pretty cool too IMO. Good luck and here is the p/n and SKU
304902 (Revzilla part number)
25SLI4 (Alpinestars part number)