Comments on: Wesco Boss Motorcycle Boots http://www.themotorcyclemag.com/home/wesco-boss-motorcycle-boots/ Rides and Culture Tue, 01 Sep 2015 15:52:57 +0000 hourly 1 By: Gene Marshall http://www.themotorcyclemag.com/home/wesco-boss-motorcycle-boots/#comment-1922 Wed, 14 Nov 2012 01:28:37 +0000 http://www.roadbikemag.com/home/?p=297#comment-1922 I received my Wesco Boss 8″ boots today and they fit like a tight glove right out of the box. I’ve waited 13 weeks for these to be made, but it’s been worth it. The overall workmanship and quality are first rate. I could own any boot, but after much research decided on Wesco based on the quality of this American made boot.

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By: Mike Dowling http://www.themotorcyclemag.com/home/wesco-boss-motorcycle-boots/#comment-364 Fri, 07 Jan 2011 01:31:19 +0000 http://www.roadbikemag.com/home/?p=297#comment-364 i don’t think $700 is that bad for custom made boots. i’m not a rich man, my family and i are definitely middle class at best. i know guys who have been through 5 pakistan leather jackets pants and/or chaps, and 4 pairs of HD boots in five years. the money they spent on crappy discounted riding gear looking for that great fit and always being dissapointed they could’ve just bought a pair of wesco’s and a vanson jacket and called their shopping done for the next 20 years.

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By: Gunman http://www.themotorcyclemag.com/home/wesco-boss-motorcycle-boots/#comment-150 Wed, 03 Nov 2010 15:38:47 +0000 http://www.roadbikemag.com/home/?p=297#comment-150 I suppose we each have our own priorities and value scale. Being an average earner, nearly $700 for boots makes me lose focus in my eyes as the dizzyness sets in.

While I am sure they are good boots, there is a diminishing point of return as the price goes up. It is hard to believe that, with more careful shopping, a nearly as good boot could be found for lesss than 1/3 the price. Maybe it is me but, I would rather put the money into something I want for my bike. After all, how much walking does one do while riding? In most instances, if you know in advance that you will need to do some serious walking, why not take a change of footwear? You are still way ahead.

Just my pedestrian opinion.

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