- Niche footwear to teh maxxx!
Sure, but how many EN-approved saw boots do you want to ride your bike in?
I think it’s half stunt tbh, they’ve still not got round to doing a goretex Impact or hightop Freerider and that seems to make a lot more sense market-wise, relatively few people build trails and how many of those are going to buy a trailbuilding shoe?Posted 4 years agoCaptainFlashheartMember
The Diddie Schneider trailbuilding boot is constructed from the ground up to provide the best protection and traction while building the sickest trails. Whether you’re swinging a chainsaw over your head, clearing dense jungle-like-brush, or in a earth mover building a 40 foot dirt jump, you’re going to want this boot on your feet.
Erm, how about a pair of proper work boots instead? 😕Posted 4 years agostMember
I think they look pretty good.
You could always wear a pair of TK Max skate shoes instead of other 5.10 shoes for riding so don’t see the difference with these.
They do seem to be pitched as a building / riding shoe too. I wouldn’t fancy riding in my Dr Martin steel toe capped and soled work boots that I normally wear for trail building.
They are a lot of money though.Posted 4 years ago
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