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Cool. I'm happy i got over my Motogadget infatuation. I still wouldn't mind a combined speedo/tach or new dials or something but I'm not gonna pay mad $$$$ for it.
Depends on what last they're on.Barrie = Clarkesque.Leydon = less so.
I think both Scramblers come with dual-sport tyres. Personally, I think they're fine for gravel/fire roads but very little else.When I was dirt biking this past summer with a sub-300 lb Yamaha, I couldn't picture having to pick up a 500-lb Scrambler or BMW every time I dropped it (which was a lot).
Watched a review of the new Ducati Scrambler where they took it and the Triumph version off road. Ducati version didn't fare too well apparently. Obviously neither of those are suited for any serious off-road riding. Also, related but not: http://www.revzilla.com/common-tread/icon-video-features-ernie-vigil-on-british-customs-creation
Any other pics from the show?
FWIW, Church's makes crepe-soled desert boots that are sleeker than Clark's. And yes! The comfort of crepe....
I feel like Cucinelli's entire aesthetic is based on this casualization. Also, Diavolo's feedback legitimately changed my sartorial life. I owe him many thanks.
Thanks for the heads up.Based on this, it seems to be the widest.http://www.skoaktiebolaget.se/pages/carmina-last-comparison
Apologies if this has been answered before but I couldn't find it via search. Which Carmina model is closest in fit to the Vass F-last, especially in terms of width through the forefoot and toe box? Would it be Robert or Forest? I have jumper boots in the Oscar last but are unable to fit my orthotics in them (I can in my Vass F-last).
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