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Best motorcycle boots for a Ninja 250?

This is a discussion on Best motorcycle boots for a Ninja 250? within the Boots forums, part of the Gear category; I am geting ready to purchase a Ninja 250. Do you have any recomdations on what boots would be best ...


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Old 12-01-2008   #1
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Default Best motorcycle boots for a Ninja 250?

I am geting ready to purchase a Ninja 250. Do you have any recomdations on what boots would be best to go with this bike? I would like some thing nice, on the other hand I dont really want to break the bank.Thanks~Jon B
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any of the street boots provide good protection. I use Alpine Stars GP, but I think they are a bit dated.I have a pal who swears by his red wing(tm) lace up steel toe work boots.Anything with leather above the ankle, is better than nothing.Great bike the 250 ------
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Anything that covers the ankle. Loose laces can get in the works...then again I've road a zillion miles with lace up shoes with no problem. Just go for what looks cool. ------
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Picking a motorcycle boot really depends on you, but here are some tips to get you started:1) The highest priced boots may not be the right ones for you. Do the research and select the pair that is right for you and your budget. (Find the technical details of the boots and compare them with other manufacturers in your price range).2) The boots you should look for will allow you to make natural movements with your feet, but will prevent unnatural movements (as much as possible), thus preventing injury in a crash.3) Look for good toe, ankle&heel protection (if you go down, these are the areas that'll hit the pavement hardest).4) Are the boots made of a good material (such as leather or other manmade material that will not wear through when you really need it.5) Make sure they're comfortable. If they're not, then you'll likely not wear them.6) No matter how much gear you wear, your brain is your best defense against a crash. Always try to forsee events and ride in a way that does not put your life or other peoples lives in danger. Basically ride responsibly.I've worn only two brands of boots in my life, Gaerne and Alpinstars. They are good brands, but you'll have to research and try on some in order to decide.The 250 Ninja is a great bike. You'll love it.Stay safe! :) ------
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I am always wearing Alpinestar boots, it is too stylish and attractive boots, it is very comfortable to walk and when riding, they are manufacturing a good quality products and its cost is also cheap, Alpinestar is most popular brand in gears, its all products are really great.
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