Biker Boots

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by GSARider, Jun 7, 2015.

  1. GSARider

    GSARider Active Member

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    Do we have any bikers on the forum? I'm looking for a pair of boots that are tough enough to go to work on my Ducati in the summer, but will look good with a pair of jeans in the office.
     


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    Ianiceman Senior member

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    Frye harness or engineer boots.
    What size are you?
     


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    Murlsquirl The Moral Squirrel Dubiously Honored Moderator

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  4. GSARider

    GSARider Active Member

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    UK Size 11 in an F or 10.5 in G.
     


  5. greeneye

    greeneye Active Member

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    I have Harley Davidson Pecos boots in US 11 D size.
    Got them from a Goodwill store while I was on a short trip to TX.
    I liked them so much that I did not critically look for the fit, only to find later that they are too big for me.
    I'm just searching to find good home for these boots.

    LMK if interested.
     


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    greeneye Active Member

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    Anyways I'm going to list them under buying selling forum.
     


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    greeneye Active Member

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    My apologies, here are exact details:
    Harley Davidson Pecos boots, Harness style, size 44 EUR/ US11/UK 10, Wide width, Stock No: 91202, Black color.

    Listed them just now under buy/sell forum. I'm up for exchange as well.
     


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    Trqmaster Senior member

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    The drawback with most boots is the lack of ankle support. I use dianese racing boots and change at work. Not worth the risk to me. It only takes one time.
     


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    I wear these bad boys every now and then (though I don't own a motorcycle yet). They go great with jeans, chinos, and corduroys, though I wouldn't wear them with any type of slacks.
     


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