RST Vortex 2

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RST Vortex 2

Post by Ingah » Mon Sep 26, 2011 1:05 am

* The only cheap boot that fits me.
* Waterproof at first.

* Allows the ankle far too much movement (previously sprained an ankle in them at low speed to prove it).
* Very irritating velcro as it doesn't stay properly closed at the lower part of the boot (see above point for downside to this).
* Doesn't remain waterproof.
* If you have a centre-stand, you will wear through the sole after a while.
* Don't last very long.

Don't buy them new, they're not worth the money for anything more than occassional use. I've had 3 different pairs of them, so i've given them more than enough chance.

RRP ~£70.
-- Ingah --
2002 CG125, '07 - Present.
1995 CB500 '08 - Present.
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