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    Anybody ever order from Chromeburners.com ?

    Just wondering if anyone has ever ordered from this place. Especially someone from Canada. Great price on Sidi Adventure boots and they say free shipping from The Netherlands but some times in Canada it can cost alot more by the time you recieve it.

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    Don't know what size you are, but I'm listing my US size 11, SIDI Discovery Rain model boots. Like new, only used on 5 kinda short rides. Less than 10 hours use. Not quite broken in yet. They are a $360.00 boot, asking $275 obo USD. I was planning to list them today on ADVrider forum for $275.00 firm.
    I'd take less for you TW guys. No scratches, scuffs, etc. I can take and post pics in about 3 or 4 hours when I get home. Let me know. They are very close to that boot your looking at. Very roomy for a normal to wide foot, and waterproof.
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    That sounds great Bob but I'm a size 8..... ok ok I know what your all thinking... just don't tell the ladies

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    LOL, Well, not really true. Sometimes the best things come in a small packages. Hey, what hell are we talkin about here? Anyway, that SIDI boot your looking at looks real nice. I really love the way SIDI's fit in their roomy foot area. I just happen to have many boots, and could use the money right now. That's the only reason I'm selling these. I know I will regret it someday....
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    Well maybe if you will throw in 4 pairs of socks... lol Those boots I'm looking at sell for $650 plus tax in Canada... I can get a broken foot fixed for less up here. Thanks for the feedback on the Sidi boots... I'm still going to have to try a pair on before I ever order.

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    Can't you order from a place like Revzilla that has free exchange? They don't do Canada even for a fee? If it helps, I have wide feet. The only sneakers I can wear are New Balance because they have wide EEEE sizes. I wear them in US size 11. The 3 pairs of SIDI boots I've had, all fit me very well. They are true to size, and roomy. Most other brands are tight and narrow for me in 11. Fox (made by Forma), Alpinestars, and Gaerne, are on the tight side with regular sport socks. I have to wear very thin dress type socks with those brands.
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    Well I finally pulled the trigger on the Sidi Adventure Gore Tex boots from Motorhelmen and Motorkleding - Chromeburner in The Netherlands. Current price in Canada is $699 plus 13% tax whch puts it over $800. My price from Europe was $369 Canadian so I figured even if I got charged duty, tax or whatever I would still save money. They were delivered to my house today with no extra charges. They are my first pair of real motorcycle boots and still very expensive IMO but I must say I love them and I figure if they save me from getting hurt they are more than worth the money.
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