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    Looking for some shoes

    I have a pair of these shoes, and I am looking for another pair, or a suitable replacement.

    These shoes have amazing stiffness and protection. Looking for suggestions on either a replacement, or if someone has a 44 or 45 size around to buy them.

    Let me know.

    Thanks,
    Marc
    Yesterday starts tomorrow, tomorrow starts today, and the problem seems to be we're picking up the pieces on the ricochet

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    those are ugly enough to be right up T.N.C.'s alley!
    cycle tracks will abound in utopia.

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    i'll sell you my airwwalk snowboard boots. i see no real difference...


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    K-Mart has those velcro ones, that kick a$$.



















    cheap toooooooooooooooooooo!


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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    i'll sell you my airwwalk snowboard boots. i see no real difference...
    Your airwalk snowboard boots do not have SPD attachments.

    Quote Originally Posted by .SHAHEEB.
    K-Mart has those velcro ones, that kick a$$.
    K-Mart Sucks!! Got any pics of these kick a$$ shoes?

    Gee, I thought I would get at least one serious answer. I guess there is still time...

    Peace,
    Marc
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    Round 2

    Anyone have an opinion about these?

    apparently, you cannot link directly to product on the Speccy web site. The shoes in question are the Buzzsaw model, off of this page about halfway down.


    Please discuss.
    Thanks,

    Marc
    Yesterday starts tomorrow, tomorrow starts today, and the problem seems to be we're picking up the pieces on the ricochet

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    making things easier....


    The Info -
    Durable nubuck leather upper with high protection 3/4 collar
    Umma Gumma rubber outsole uses DH tire technology for best traction & durability
    TrailTraction? outsole is stiff for pedaling, flexible in front of the cleat for hiking
    Compatible with 2 bolt SPD style systems
    Full BG features in the footbed: Exclusive metatarsal button and longitudinal arch support reduce hotspots and swelling
    Lace up closure with LaceLock? to keep laces out of the chain rings

    The "Buzzsaw" Shoes -


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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    uses DH tire technology for best traction & durability
    yeah, those corner really well and brake alright but the rolling resistance is a killer.
    cycle tracks will abound in utopia.

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    touche

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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker.
    making things easier....
    Wow WCH, I didnt think you cared. thanks for the update.

    You're allright (I just wish I woulda thought of it).

    Peace,

    Marc
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    Quote Originally Posted by coma13
    yeah, those corner really well and brake alright but the rolling resistance is a killer.
    These look flexy...
    Yesterday starts tomorrow, tomorrow starts today, and the problem seems to be we're picking up the pieces on the ricochet

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    Quit fooling around with these other wacky suggestions. The direct (and highly improved) descendants of your AXO Descend shoes is the SixSixOne Dually. Get it in the Taki version and be done with the silliness.
    Yeti | RST | Hayes | SixSixOne | Royal Racing | Syncros | Twenty6 | Kenda | Bicycle Butler Spokane, WA

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