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I have a pair of harness boots that are great for riding, but not much for standing. Work boots are much better for standing, but suck for riding. I was looking at Chippewa engineers boots, but not sure how they would be for standing. So looking for the best of both, I know we have some PGR members here, what boots do you wear?
 

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hardly ever wear boots.

i wear chuck taylors durin' the summer and chuck taylors with two pairs of socks durin' the colder months.

i'll wear boots every once in a while when i go on long trips and when it is super cold, they are just regular old work boots, nothin' fancy.
 

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I wear a pair of harley relief boots. They are super comfy. Only piece of harley gear I have, so don't go thinking I'm a goober or something. I shopped around for a ton of boots, and was even looking at combat boots. These just fit the best and the price was pretty decent (I got them for around $110).
 

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I'm sporting the Icon Super Duty 4 boots, great design and quality. Paid less than $100 and I've been using them for 5+ years now
 

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Well, I prefer my cowboy boots so I got them resoled with a full Vibram sole and now wear them exclusively. Better fit and more comfortable than the motorcycle boots I have had.
 

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I wear a pair of Wolverines...feet still feel good after riding, and if Heather and I end up somewhere where we can do a little hiking, still comfy for that.
 

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I wear Double H harness boots. soft leather and feel great the first time I put them on. I also wear them for work and they still feel good at the end of the day.
The best part is they cost me about $90.00 and I get 1 1/2 to 2 years wear out of them as a truck mechanic.
 

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I wear Ariat ropers for short about town rides. My wife has several pair of Ariats and she convinced me to try them. Very comfortable. I also have a pair of RBS steel toe service boots I picked up at Big 5 for $27 that I'll wear if going out for a day of riding. They are reasonably comfortable for all day wear and good for riding. I notice a lot of Firemen, Police and EMT's wear this boot.
 

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Corbin Boots

I don't know if Corbin still makes boots. I have a pair and they are very comfortable. The best riding boots I've seen. I highly recommend them. You can wear them all day, riding and walkingl
 

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Believe it or not, I decided to enter the boot world about 2 weeks ago. I went to Wal-mart and got a pair of Steel-toed Brahma boots. 20$ later, a more comfortable ride, and I wear them during my 10 hour shift at work.
 

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Brand, style, etc, doesn't matter.
What matters is that if FITS, and that the soles are oil resistant so you don't drop the bike when you are at a gas station with slippery ground.
Dan
 

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Use to have a 10 year old pair of wolverines but they just looked to ratty so I bought a new pair of sketchers. I love the look and the feel. If I remember correctly they were called zenith brindle. They don't have laces and double as a "nice" work boot for a business casual environment.
 

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Agree with OnconeeDan. I wear Catapillar oiled work boots because lugs work best when backing on gravel and I don't give a schit how it looks as long as (a) they are comfortable and (b) have a good grip. Prefer to keep the shiny parts up to looking cool.
 
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