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Has anyone tried the Set up brand of boots? Apparently they are Sidi's 'value' line of boots and appear to have some nice features for the money. I have spent most of the weekend drying out one pair of boots or another and am looking for some that are moto specific. Thanks

edit: forgot the site! http://www.motonation.com/
 

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Haven't tried them but they are definately looking like a good possibility to replace my old Fox street boots. I've also been contemplating a pair Alpinestars Roam boots (apparently discontinued) but need more feedback from actual users before I decide.
 

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I just bought a pair of Setup Visions from www.newenough.com They fit really well but there is no adjustment in the calf other then a small section of velcro. I either need bigger calves or wear them with a track type pant. Overall I think they are good construction and comfortable but after trying on a pair of Sidi Corsa's it is hard to wear something else. If I had the money I would buy the Sidi's. If you don't have the money, the Setups are a good boot at a good price but be prepared to have pants that tuck into the boots or big calves. After I get some miles underneath I will be able to report on how well they hold up.

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Spanky said:
I just bought a pair of Setup Visions from www.newenough.com They fit really well but there is no adjustment in the calf other then a small section of velcro. I either need bigger calves or wear them with a track type pant. Overall I think they are good construction and comfortable but after trying on a pair of Sidi Corsa's it is hard to wear something else. If I had the money I would buy the Sidi's. If you don't have the money, the Setups are a good boot at a good price but be prepared to have pants that tuck into the boots or big calves. After I get some miles underneath I will be able to report on how well they hold up.

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i got them also and like them a lot...the are purposly big in the calf to accomadate leathers
 

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I went with the SIDI's for a little more protection, I planned on doing a lot of track time, but that seems ot have backfired. Either way, i'll make it to the track and they are great on the street even. They adjust at the calf which is nice, always a snug fit, leathers or not.
 
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