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Way under priced for the quality
These are excellent boot i bought them for 159.00 to get me by while i was waiting for my 500.00 alpine stars that i ordered to come in and i was surprised at how comfortable they were right out of the box. They broke in fast and have great ankle support and have never got an injury anywhere the boot covers. They are so comfortable that i where them while Im just around the shop working on my bike and testing it on the track or when we are just burning it up around the pit. It's been two years now and the buckles are still good no tears or toe flap and the only thing that has happened is the top overlap has curled a bit. But they have probably put on a 1000 miles of hard riding and they still feel comfortable like my good old cowboy boots. You wont be disappointed with this purchase.
March 4, 2014
Run small by a size
I normally wear a 13 and the 13 in this boot was way too small. i have exchanged for a 14. We will see how they fit. I think they will be fine.
March 26, 2011
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Karma D: This is great entry level race or trail riding boot, that won't break the bank while still providing solid protection.Apr 6, 2014
A shopper asked:So, I bought these boots last summer for my daughter and she liked them very much. My problem is, on the kick-starter side or right boot one of the buckle straps tore do to getting caught on the kicker end I guess. Does anyone know if this can be fixed? The boots are like brand new and sucks that the buckle is about to fall off, looked into a re-sole company and it seems they only do soles and no buckle work. Any advice would be appreciated greatly. Thanks: SteveFeb 15, 2014
Use your regular shoe size as a reference. Boots are in Men's or Boy's size. If you are following the measurements, use a regular ruler. Make sure you are standing, wearing the socks you will wear with your new shoes or boots. Then convert the measurement to your shoe size using the following chart. Measurements are a guideline and do not guarantee the proper fit. Note, Fox boots are only offered in whole sizes, so take this into consideration when u sing the measurement chart.
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