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Has anyone ever had these boots or known anyone to have these boots?

I know the are cheap and found a couple customer reviews that were positive. But I would like to get some SVR opinion. I'm skeptical because I believe you get what you pay for. But I need to get some boots for this season and have very limited funds and these would save me a couple bucks.

Nitro Techsport Boot.



http://www.ironpony.com/ironponydir...ass3/Street Boots-Mens/Class1/STREET PRODUCTS
 

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Price is right! Look bada$$ too...
 

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You can do better. They are just like the Nitro jackets. You do get what you pay for. Search for the Oxtar boots on closeout.
 

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i have Icon field armor ..yeh a lil expensive but they already saved my foot..i stunt and they work well for it.. but they suck to walk around in unless u unzip them. I belive u get what u pay for and protection is not a time to be cheap..best of luck and try ebay or sales at ur local shop.. keep the shine side up
 

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I bought a pair of these last winter. Feels like a bedroom slipper, very cushy. But very hot in the summer. I found a new pair on Ebay for $60. Worth that easily. High toe thickness, had to adjust shift linkage to use .
 

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i have Icon field armor ..yeh a lil expensive but they already saved my foot..i stunt and they work well for it.. but they suck to walk around in unless u unzip them. I belive u get what u pay for and protection is not a time to be cheap..best of luck and try ebay or sales at ur local shop.. keep the shine side up
I was looking at the field armor boots but they look a little to bulky in the toe. Plus some of the reviews I have read say you can't feel the shifter. Maybe most riding boots are like this IDK all I have ever worn were work boots. I also was thinking about JOE ROCKET SUPER STREET MOTORCYCLE BOOTS. But would like to save the extra $50 if possible.
 

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there right i cant feel my shifter but i got used to that fast.. i dont mind it but others might. i like them casue i know my ankle will be ripped off b4 broken..but yeah there a lil stiff
 

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for a great, do everything and waterproof boot, you can't really go wrong with A* Web gortex
 

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I have a pair of Nitros (not the ones pictured but their older version) I bought at Mid-Ohio in 2004. They have been crashed in with no issues and have had the toe sliders worn down. I paid $79 and can not complain for that kind of money. Comfortable, too. And after almost 5 years I am finally looking to replace them due to various seems splitting, sole worn, toe worn, etc.

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