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Currently I have a pair of Sidi Vertigo Air. Nice and cool when it's warm.
I need something for those not so warm days.

Before I plunk down $250 for the non air version, anyone want to offer a recommendation?
 

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I have the regular Sidi Vertigo for track days...I have a pair of Alpinestar SMX-4 that I wear for everyday rides...I also have a pair of Nitro cheepies that are great for walking in.....and a pair of vintage 1979 Trim racing boots that I wear when I go to Daytona Bike Week.

I think the Alpinstars are a good choice for everyday wear.
 

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Alpinestar SMX (one down from the top of the line R). I found the R boot to be a bit bulky with the insert and the SMX just felt a bit better. It has really nice adjustments and looks to offer good protection, although they do squeak which I understand is a problem with the sidis as well.
 

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TCX gore tex or any other boots with this membrane would be perfect for you.
 

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hunter welies with good old wool socks as mines not running and i ave to push it everywhere and they keep your feet dry

no but seriously sidi verabre carbon race

looking at vertigo air i love sidi's
 

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Stick with the Sidi's! I tried to replace my old Vertebra's with the Puma 1000, but only used them twice before going back to Sidi!I now have the Vertigo Corsa and love them.
 

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Daytona Security Evo's for the last three years; survived the crash really well.

Bought a pair of Alpinestars Supertech R's for the warmer weather. Thet fitted my feet better than the Vertigo's, but I haven't used them yet.

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Daytona GTX with custom roo skin covers (orange yellow purple) a bit bulky but good when you get used to them not much ankle movement
 

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I quickly found out my old Spidi Vertebra didn't give me enough height on the F4S. Currenlty, I'm using these:



Easiest way to add hieght if you're vertically challenged.
 

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I hope nobody is in to feet porn, because that could really mess someone up! :jsm::jsm::jsm: :bawling:




CAG, I also have the the Vertigo airs and love them, I think I'm going to move up to the new Vortice boots soon however. I also have a pair of Astars SMXr's that are great for around town. The only thing I don't like about them is that they are much thicker around the toes (above and underneath) which makes for akward shifting. Besides that they are nice and well made. With that being said I think I will only buy Sidi's for now on. I love the way they fit my foot and they're not bulky. If that's what you like in your Sidi's I think you'll be hard pressed to find another boot like it. :)
 
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