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Old 05-04-2010, 08:42 AM   #11
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The boots I have now are similar to the 6"Bates Navy boots but with a Sympatex and thinsulate lining and without the steel toe. They're classed as uniform boots for the Postal Service and Police. So far they're holding up good for work and on the bike, warm waterproof and comfortable.

When I was in the Navy I used to wear Viet Nam Jungle boots I bought at an Army Navy store in Portsmouth, they work good in the main space because they were a little cooler and more comfortable than Boondockers
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Old 05-04-2010, 02:59 PM   #12
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In addition to the one or two models from Double H and Boulet I see that the Milwaukee Motorcycle Clothing Company makes several models of motorcycle boots in EEE. I kept the Bates boots, but when I replace them I will probably go with them (I liked several of the models they had in EEE and the prices weren't bad at all).
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