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Icon Patrol Boots Question - August 28, 2011, 01:34 AM

I was wondering if anybody here has had or does own the Icon Patrol Boot. It's above the ankle and has 2 MX boot style lock down buckles. I am not looking for race boots yet which is why I picked these particular Icons. The toe appears to be low enough to prevent shifting problems and I haven't read any bad reviews.

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August 28, 2011, 07:18 AM

I've got a pair we tested for the mag earlier this year

we did some waterproof testing Dutch Gets Wet - feet stayed dry throughout

Also took them out to Cali for the Diavel Launch:
http://www.dcsportbikes.net/gallery/...0/BJN79880.JPG

Chad spotted them easily.

Personally I like them. Comfortable boots that offer good protection and keep your feet dry without suffocating them. Shifting was never an issue for me on a variety of bikes I have ridden with them on. They've come a long way.

They seem to go faster on red bikes


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I've got a pair we tested for the mag earlier this year

we did some waterproof testing Dutch Gets Wet - feet stayed dry throughout

Also took them out to Cali for the Diavel Launch:
http://www.dcsportbikes.net/gallery/...0/BJN79880.JPG

Chad spotted them easily.

Personally I like them. Comfortable boots that offer good protection and keep your feet dry without suffocating them. Shifting was never an issue for me on a variety of bikes I have ridden with them on. They've come a long way.

They seem to go faster on red bikes
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