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Old 12-23-2013, 07:02 AM
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Folks,

I desperately need some help and advice on boots. I have looked, and ordered one pair of boots, but I have a problem; I have absolutely huge calves (used to lift weights and played Center/Nose Guard), etc.! I need a boot that will fit, NOT my foot, but my calf! It measures 19 1/2" in circumference at the largest portion.

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I will be ever grateful!

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Old 12-23-2013, 07:13 AM
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They're spendy, but consider Sidi Crossfire boots. You should be able to try a pair on a motoworld of ec, or whatever they call it nowadays. They're pretty adjustable.
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Old 12-23-2013, 08:51 PM
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Hey Mark...
Make a trip to..... Riverside.
Chaparral Motorsports - Motorcycle Parts and Motorcycle Gear
They have a ton of different boot makes and you can try them all on there.

Having said that I have used Alpine Star Tech 8's for a very long time & have been very happy. I also think the Sidi Crossfire boots fit better large calfs such as gee-bo-nelly sizes. Also may be better than the Alpine Stars.

I measured my 11.5 size and it just may make 19.5 calf size but it's would be close.
Wanna try them (used but good).
I'm hanging it up and they are still good boots.
PM me bud.
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I love that place. Got to get there again this winter!
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Old 12-24-2013, 12:45 AM
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i have huge calves too, try the gaerne sg 12 (you can also adjust them to )there pretty expensive but there is no price for comfort
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Old 12-24-2013, 03:20 AM
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They're spendy, but consider Sidi Crossfire boots. You should be able to try a pair on a motoworld of ec, or whatever they call it nowadays. They're pretty adjustable.
I will try them on after the end of our 16-hour days, sometime after New Years. Maybe they will fit these tree-trunks of mine. When Motoworld was still Valley Motorcycle Sales and at 660 El Cajon Blvd, I got my first job after the USAF there, as the Service Manager. They still have old pictures of us in their scrapbooks, and I stop there at least one a week. Thanks for the recommendation!

Mark
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