Sidi Vortice Boots

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Sidi Vortice Boots

Postby Skate » Sun Apr 13, 2014 8:15 am

I found a really good price on Sidi Vortice's, so I thought I'd share. I paid $345 for mine, and they are down to $299 now!!

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Re: Sidi Vortice Boots

Postby zx9 Nick » Sun Apr 13, 2014 8:22 pm

sweet looking boots...personally i am a firm believer in the inner boot aka Alpinestars Supertech R and Daytona Security Evo
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Re: Sidi Vortice Boots

Postby Skate » Mon Apr 14, 2014 6:19 pm

I do like the inner boots too, and would love a pair of Daytona Evo's. I had a pair of AStars SuperTech's when they first came out, and they were too bulky for me. That was in 2003 so I'm sure they're better now, but that made me give Sidi a try. I switched to some Sidi Vertigo Corsa's that I've had for 7 years, they made me a Sidi convert. The only thing wrong with them was the sole wore out, I actually got them re-soled to keep as a back up set. I got the Vortice's because of the price, and the replaceable sole pieces. I've drooled over the Daytona's many times when I lived in England, I wish I would have bought some then. One day I will have a pair!!


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Re: Sidi Vortice Boots

Postby irun123arkansas » Tue Apr 15, 2014 8:13 am

Skate wrote:I do like the inner boots too, and would love a pair of Daytona Evo's. I had a pair of AStars SuperTech's when they first came out, and they were too bulky for me. That was in 2003 so I'm sure they're better now, but that made me give Sidi a try. I switched to some Sidi Vertigo Corsa's that I've had for 7 years, they made me a Sidi convert. The only thing wrong with them was the sole wore out, I actually got them re-soled to keep as a back up set. I got the Vortice's because of the price, and the replaceable sole pieces. I've drooled over the Daytona's many times when I lived in England, I wish I would have bought some then. One day I will have a pair!!


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I love the Daytona's as well and would love to have a pair but would never trade my Sidi's for Astars. Sidi's have a much better feel to them.
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Re: Sidi Vortice Boots

Postby zx9 Nick » Tue Apr 15, 2014 1:22 pm

Also you cant beat the ventilation of Sidi
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Re: Sidi Vortice Boots

Postby tbolt » Thu Apr 17, 2014 12:50 pm

zx9 Nick wrote:sweet looking boots...personally i am a firm believer in the inner boot aka Alpinestars Supertech R and Daytona Security Evo


AStars SMX Plus boots also have an inner boot, but it is not removable. I've got an older pair that when I have to replace, I'll shed a tear.
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