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Ryan J: I want something more comfortable that I can wear both on and off my bike.Mar 23, 2014
Julio L: Good Recommendation, other reviews help in the decision.Mar 20, 2014
Joshua H: Looking for a shoe that doesn't look like I rode a bike to work. I wanted something that I can get off the bike and work for 8 hours in and not look like an idiot. These look slick and casual. Just hope that they look and feel good once they arrive...but the reviews thus far elevate most of that concern.Mar 17, 2014
Gregg A: Wanted an economical, safe riding shoe for my son as he rides with me on my bike. I also have something similar and these are the best types of shoes to wear when touring for the day and need to also walk around your destinations.
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Sean H: I love the style, the casualness of the sneaker, and the protection in the ankle and toe area. It's obviously not as protected as a boot, but it's lighter, more flexible, and just what I need for the purpose of my riding (commuting to work).-HiGGiE Update: Just bought my second pair (for different color)! BTW, I wear a 10.5 size sneaker and the 10s for these fit just fine; 11s would definitely have been too big.Mar 11, 2014
Jake S: Wanted a comfortable all day riding shoe with reasonable protection.Mar 10, 2014
Christopher K: Wanted a more subtle riding shoe for my commute that was budget friendly.Feb 26, 2014
Paul M: it looks like a great riding shoe and I would rather have this than bootsFeb 24, 2014
jerry r: My son liked there looks and it matches our gloves our jackets etcFeb 11, 2014
Gregory T asked:Do these shoes run true to size? And are they regular width or super wide or what? I only ask because there are no reviews for them yet. Thanks in advance.Feb 16, 2014
Christopher K:I'd say they're pretty close to true, but I think they would benefit from having half sizes. Width is regular to wide, though I have a narrow foot. The 11 is comfortable and a bit roomy in the toe box. I'm typically an 11 sneaker, so I ordered accordingly. After having tried them on, I think the 10 would have been too small. If a 10.5 was available, that probably would have been perfect.Feb 28, 2014
Sean H:I normally wear a 9 and just got them yesterday. The re-enforced toe is really strong so i can't feel exactly where my toe is but feels like I could go to an 8. I'm gonna order an 8 and send back the pair that is less true to size. If anything I'd say they run 1/2 to a full size big. They are very comfy though. I normally wear vans half cabs riding and needed something more.Feb 25, 2014
A shopper asked:I was looking through their website and comparing shoes and noticed that the "run with the bulls" have both ankle protectors and reinforcements, meaning that there is a difference between the two. The black nines says that it has toe, heel, and ankle reinforcements but does not mention anything about protectors. So, my question is, what is the difference between reinforcements and protectors?Apr 14, 2014
Sean H:I can guess at what protectors and reinforcements are, but am not sure. There is reinforcement in the ankles and the toe is pretty hard, but there isn't any part of the shoe that is super solid. They are comfortable and I feel good about riding with them in the city. But if you're looking for the absolute most protection you may want a different shoe. Apr 14, 2014
patrick m:I think the difference between reinforcement and protection is just marketing terms there probably one in the same. And the black nine is more on the boot side where the running with the bulls is more of a writing shoe so I think the black nine probably offers more protectionApr 14, 2014
Christopher K:I have the black nines and can only comment on them. The toe and ankle protection feels more like material reinforcement rather than a full impact resistant plastic insert which may be what they're referring to when they say "protector". Hope that helps.Apr 14, 2014
Ryan J asked:Waterproof? Also, I'm wondering whether I should get black or tan. Would like to walk around with tan shoes but worried that they will show dirt, or maybe black from the shifter. Cosmetic question I know, but I'm just an over thinker sometimes. Thanks in advance.Mar 21, 2014
William H:I bought the black color, love the looks and very comfortable. Word of caution I pulled maybe a little hard on pull tab and ripped leather. Speed and strength had me email a picture and I had a new pair the next day! I'm thinking about buying a second pair in the brown. Enjoy!Mar 22, 2014
Walter G:I have worn these about a half dozen times. I will call it good stiffness and protection all around. They are OK to run errands in but I wouldn't want to spend all day at work in them. I felt the lacing system looked juvenile. I punched holes in the eyelets and laced normally. Very good shoes for the price.Mar 9, 2014