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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 08-20-2009, 10:05 PM Thread Starter
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Cheap Leather MC Boots

Yes, these are HD brand boots, but at a great price if they have your size.
http://www.galeton.com/item_group.as...CategoryID=206

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They have 4 styles and one size each, either 8M or 9M. But they are cheap!

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yeah I was into the price but none my size




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who's got feet that small???

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People with small feet.

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I have small feet, but not that small usually a 9 1/2 to 10
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Wally world to the rescue again! I picked up a of boot that, while not m/c specific, certainly fit the bill for $32.50 + tax. the Bhrama brand "swat" boot has a steel toe, high ankle and oil resistant soles

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Wally world to the rescue again! I picked up a of boot that, while not m/c specific, certainly fit the bill for $32.50 + tax. the Bhrama brand "swat" boot has a steel toe, high ankle and oil resistant soles
Picked up the same boot, except mine are the brown hiking boot style. I love them, and you can't beat'em for that price


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I'm looking for a real light weight flexible mid height shoe with composite or steel toe and a heel guard. Having an operation in Sept to remove the hardward from when I broke my heel a few years back. Need a bit of protection with a lot of flexibility. Any ideas?

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Well I wear size 16 so that doesnt work for me.

Rubyrick, I have some CAT work boots that I love. They only go about 3-4 inches above my ankle and after I broke them in, are real flexible and have steel toes and a thick/stiff deal of leather around the heal. They are my favorite footwear to put on.
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