"I wear slip on without steel toes. I read that the steel toes can actually make it hard to fit under the shifter. They're not specifically motorcycle boots, but have been good enough for the minor spills I've taken while I learned to ride.…"
"I don't like slip on boots for motorcycles myself. Slip on means slip off easily in an accident. I like a nice lace up boot with a zipper to allow getting out of it and a Vibram sole. I don't own a pair of real motorcycle name brand boots…"
"Well I would say if you had to choose between the two you posted I would go with steel toe, the whole idea of wearing a boot while riding is protecting the ankle and foot in case of mishap. Now for the best choice I would buy a boot manufactured…"
"If you have it done correctly I imagine no one know, and who would care anyway? To me it's just putting of the inevitable. Most of us are going to go grey, and typically those with black hair (like me) or red hair are going to be…"
"I have the same basic build you do...down to the shirt size. And I too didn't have any direction on this skill growing up. My wife worked a past life in the retail clothing industry and does her best to dress me...but she likes the preppy look…"
Every gentleman should be able to adequately protect himself and his family from ruffians’ intent on doing harm. This group welcomes anyone who takes pride in their second amendment right to keep and bear arms in a legally concealed manner.
"I use this same instrument in many of my graduate classes because it shows those taking it what type of personality they "tend" to be, and further analysis of the results can give one a better understanding of why/why not he/she gets along…"
"Hey, Spencer...I've got a word picture for you. Imagine you want to take a trip to a town in a distant state, but you decide not to drive. No airports are close by, so you're left with two options: go by Amtrack (the passenger…"
"Actually, it's true that your face is round, but it's fairly small and your forehead is huge. It's just the way you're proportioned. Consequently, a forward swept style might be more flattering, because it would…"
"There was no requirement that the insults be mean...only that they be manly.
Proper and appropriate use makes them manly.
Trust me, it is quite possible to express complete disdain, without swearing or even raising your voice.…"