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    bjay51d
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    sidi boot sizes

    thinking of getting some Sidi boots.Does anyone know how the sizes run(do they run small)I was wondering if I need to get a 12 instead of the 11.5I i would normally wear.

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    The Euro numbering system doesn't work like that anyway. I'd suggest calling up New Enough. They'll help you out on your order and are a GREAT company to do biz with.

    http://www.newenough.com/sidi_size_conversion_page.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chain
    The Euro numbering system doesn't work like that anyway. I'd suggest calling up New Enough. They'll help you out on your order and are a GREAT company to do biz with.

    http://www.newenough.com/sidi_size_conversion_page.htm
    Im not sure if they run small I normally wear 11.5 which is 46=11 to 11.5 or should I just go with 47 which is 12 to 12.5
    Last edited by bjay51d; 06-01-2005 at 1:37 PM.

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    Re: sidi boot sizes

    It would do you a great deal of help to get to a dealership and try on a pair.
    Ohterwise you had better find a place that allows for easy returns/exchanges.

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    www.motonation.com and you can search for a dealer.
    "let's face it when you went into that voting booth you had a choice between 2 bowls of sh!t. the only difference was the smell"

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    Another nice thing about New Enough is they have a no hassle return policy. I ordered my Sidi's from them. They arrived and were a bit too big. I simply sent them an email and within three days my correct size was here. They didn't charge me any additional costs from my initial purchase. I'll do business with them again no questioned asked, and highly recommend them to any fellow rider.

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    Re: sidi boot sizes

    Cal-Sportbike sells Sidi now too.

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    Just called new enough and was Helped.Thanx alot their prices are the best that I found so far.They seem nice enough to get my dough.

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    Re: sidi boot sizes

    after seeing a friend go down memorial day. I thought to myself if he had on a good set of boots.He wouldnt have had to get that medivac fligh(dislocated knee & compound fractor lwer shin)I dont want that **** happening to me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjay51d
    Just called new enough and was Helped.Thanx alot their prices are the best that I found so far.They seem nice enough to get my dough.
    I've bought a couple pieces of gear from New Enough and their customer service is excellent. If you order the boots through them and they don't fit well they'll gladly work with you to get you the correct size. They're good people.

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    If you want to save some hassle and shipping costs, some vendors will confirm the correct sizing if you take an outline of your foot and fax it to them. It's worth asking them if they can do that for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supperconductor
    If you want to save some hassle and shipping costs, some vendors will confirm the correct sizing if you take an outline of your foot and fax it to them. It's worth asking them if they can do that for you.
    Those puppies are already in the mail. dude said I should go with 46 if I were a 11.5.So I guess Sidi makes their stuff big.

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    New Enough offers a great service.Ordered boots one the 1st on my door step on the 4th....How long does it take for these chumppies to get comfy(Sidi vertebra 11)

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    Re: sidi boot sizes

    All my Sidi's have been very comfortable right off the bat.

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    man, these fockers are hot!!!.My feet are stewing...
    Last edited by bjay51d; 06-04-2005 at 4:42 PM.

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    Re: sidi boot sizes

    Did you get one of the "Air" models? They're vented. Though, I prefer the waterproof ones, just in case.

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    bjay51d
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    Quote Originally Posted by ConqSoft
    Did you get one of the "Air" models? They're vented. Though, I prefer the waterproof ones, just in case.
    no I kinda wish I did though.I cant stand for my feet to be hot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjay51d
    no I kinda wish I did though.I cant stand for my feet to be hot.
    Better hot than broken and rashed! Congrats on the boots, hope they get comfy for you.

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