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Ankle and feet injuries are the most common types of damage caused by motorcycle accidents. Statistics say that around a third of all motorcycle crashes result in those kinds of injuries. Bone fractures, skin damage, and even toes amputation are very much possible if you don’t wear special motorcycle boots every time you ride your bike. But how can you be sure that the boots that you choose can provide real protection and be comfortable enough to wear on each trip?

Our authors created an article to help you make that initial choice depending on the type of your bike and your riding style. In this peace, we will discuss the methods used in the production of motorcycle-specific boots allowing for better protection against impacts, abrasion, heat, crushing weight, and other hazards.

Motorcycle Boots | Making the Best Choice Based on Your Bike & Riding Style


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Rather partial to Caterpillar branded or Red Wing 8" insulated steel toe work boots myself..
 

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1985, 86 CMX250C, 81 CM200T, 74 CL360, Invisible to cages, treat them accordingly. Avoids Road RAGE!
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I'd never wear steel toes again, except that my boots from when I stopped working 12 years ago, are still in good condition! YUK!
But, it costs nothing to wear them, so I'll continue until they're shot.
 
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