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TehHessler - 2/14/2013 9:04:16 AM
Experience with Cruiserworks boots
I purchased my side-zip boots about 3 years ago.  I have very wide feet and high insteps and purchased size 12.5 wide.  They are the only motorcycle boots that fit me.  They are very well made and really waterproof for a whole day of riding in the rain.  My boots were made in the islands, I can't remember where, but the quality is very good. I see they are now made in the US but look identical. They came with two sets of inserts.  The thin inserts allowed me more room until I broke them in and then I could use the thicker inserts.  Now for my only issue:  The boots are comfortable while riding, but uncomfortable to walk in.  My feet seem to slide forward when walking and jam my toes.  There seems to be minimal arch support that could possibly stop this.  My questions?  Have you switched to any better inserts with more arch support?  Can you suggest any solution for my problem.  I really like the boots otherwise.

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davidj - 2/14/2013 9:11:09 AM
RE:Experience with Cruiserworks boots
We have some insoles that may help with your problem. Give me a call and we will see what we can do. 

Thanks for your post. 
David Jones