Thanks!! I was actually looking at those recently. I like the easy on off with the zipper and good ankle support for the one foot method. I just wasn't sure if they were gonna be comfortable. Has your wife walked around in them a lot or just while riding?
Might not be comfortable wearing Crankshaft w/Bearings and GasketsActually, she usually wears them to work, and walks around all day, or wears them when we aren't riding. If you are looking for an alternative, I wear Milwaukee boots, which I think are who makes the Harley boots. I got mine from Dennis Kirk. Here are the Milwaukee boots they offer. I can say that the Milwaukee's that I have are constructed very well, and they seem just as good as the Harley boots that I had. Definitely saves on the Harley name. Agreed, the zipper is great, I don't tie my boots anymore!!
Perfect! Just what I was looking for. The milwaukee boots look pretty cool too, choices choises. Thanks for the info :thumbup:Actually, she usually wears them to work, and walks around all day, or wears them when we aren't riding.
realize this is an older post but i just got these at cyclegear for a STEAL and took them for a ride tonight and LOVE them, was a bit strange to not be able to feel the shifter (i could when wearing tennis shoes) but it was fast to get used to. before tonight i rode with them on the back of hubby's bike and walking in them was way better than i expected, i imagine after they break in they will be fantastic to walk in, lots of padding in them but still roomy, its strange.Hey ladies,
What boots do you wear? I'm looking riding boots that I can walk around in for a few hours comfortably. Not really a fan of walking around in the track style riding boots (unless I'm at the track ofc). Any suggestions, experiences?
Information and Details about the TCX X-Square Boots - WomensAre the toes reinforced for shifting?