What is your shoe size? What happened to Boondockers, they finally got rid of those eh?
There's no real reason to worry about whether your boots say "motorcycle" on them or not. I've been using jump boots forever. They last a long time and cost a lot less. Just have new soles put on your combat boots and you'll be just fine. The combat boots I was issued in Nam in I used for riding until I had them resoled twice.
Put a couple hundred thousand miles and one serious crash on them. Engineer boots work just fine also. No need to be fancy.
I'm a Bates hater myself. I spent WAY too much money on their crappy shoes because they were the Navy's selected vendor. To me, "corfam" is a four-letter word. Jeff, I think you'd have better luck with work boots. Non-steel toe, but with Vibram soles and enough height to protect your ankles. Last I looked, Harley boots at least some of them are made by Wolverine. Combat boots have no ankle crush protection to speak of.
And you really don't want boonie stompers, 'cause the tread lugs will snag, like on the footpegs. I have become - Comfortably Numb. Does anyone know about Boot Barn? I don't want to give them my credit card if they are a fraud, and I don't want to buy from someone who is for real but has poor service, and I know nothing about them. At least, even if I don't buy from Boot Barn, I know I may be able to find something that fits in a motorcycle boot- just look for Double H or Boulet brand names.
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