Jett J1

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5/3/2013 5:27 AM

What's everybodies thought in them. I am in the market for a new pair. What should I get?

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5/3/2013 6:13 AM

When you read threads about boots i think the majority of people talking from experience always mentions good things about the Gaerne 10/12.

Just my two cents.

Have a nice weekend!

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5/3/2013 6:28 AM

Tried a pair of Jetts on last year. Very lite weight...loved them. Will be buying a pair of this summer.

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2013 KTM 450SXF, 1983 YZ 250K, & 1983 CR 250

5/3/2013 6:35 AM

I have tried quite a few different boots and the Jetts are really my favorite. I bought the non-booty versions and they are not super plush like some of the others but once I begin riding I don't notice at all. Plus they are darn near half the price of the latest Sidis which are my second choice.

They are light and I love the integrated toe box. I will never buy a boot w/ a stiched sole again as the integrated tow box boots are so much shorter front to back because of that integrated sole (about 1/2")

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2013 KTM 250SX on Ohlins, 314cc built stroker engine with 56 very smooth and easy to ride rwhp.

5/3/2013 11:20 PM
Edited Date/Time: 5/3/2013 11:22 PM

Great boots, they are light, durable, and the soles are very easy to replace if you are hard on boots like I am. The lightness of the boot is a very awesome quality. I am on my 2nd set and both of mine where without the booties.

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5/3/2013 11:54 PM

Jett boots are the best boots I've ever bought. Very light weight, hinged ankle, shin plate swings open making them easy to put on if you wear knee braces. Almost every part of the boot is replaceable. No break-in time needed, ready for the track right out of the box. They have custom graphic kits if you want to add colors besides the basic black and white.

The best part about them is that MotocrossGiant has them on sale for 25% off
Saved $100.00 and these are the 2013 version, not leftover's from the last model.

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