What kind of Boots are you guys wearing??
I'm in the market for a new pair after todays tumble.
Shifting was an adventure, no pun, the first couple rides. Eventually works out.And did you do any adjustments to the shifter to make it easier? I had an issue with that on my last bike, so I've not tried my Forma's on this bike yet.
I agree with you their on the soles that's why I like the TA's VS the SRS. The TAs are a sewn on soul that seems to be in my opinion the better choice with more traction and grooves on the bottom to help pick up the bike off the ground in case of a spill without loosing your footing on loose gravel or sand like I recently did just this past weekend.I use Rev'it Discovery Outdry. They are hybrids. Very comfortable, waterproof, protected, and the BOA closure tightens the boot with a turn of one knob, unfastens with one click. I hike a lot off bike and simply carry running shoes and tuck these in my cans when I am off bike. I've fitted myself into and prefer Crossfire 3 SRS but their soles are unusable on wet road surfaces, otherwise cannot be beat for comfort, protection, durability. Crossfire SRS 2's sole can be swapped for MX soles (via simple unscrew n rescrew) and then are usable on road but the 2s do not offer the same ankle limiter as the 3s.
The only time I want waterproofing is winter. So the crossfires would be fine in any 3 season application in Colorado. If all I were doing is offload, Crossfire 3 SRS would be the undoubted choice. (As Jet says however, very thin.)
I just put them on and walked around in them for half a Saturday. Then took them on a 2,300 mile trip to Key West and Back. Never felt any pressure points or discomfort. I was wearing them over 12 hours a day for almost 4 days. Made many stops to sight-see and walk around.How long did it take for the boots to break-in?