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Street riding boots - need help

One thing very much lacking in my street safety gear is some kind of good footwear. My problem is I wear a size 15 shoe. Anyone know where I can get street riding footwear in that size?? I've looked online on quite a few websites and just come up empty handed. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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One thing very much lacking in my street safety gear is some kind of good footwear. My problem is I wear a size 15 shoe. Anyone know where I can get street riding footwear in that size?? I've looked online on quite a few websites and just come up empty handed. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
I wear timb's Only thing i was told was you have to go to "Joe Rocket" ect and have them special made and they are not cheap.... If you find any Please let me know
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You might try/like police commando boots.

A few ccs short of a full litre.
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have you tried emailing manufactures directly to ask how or how much???
I would think they may be able to help or steer you in a better direction
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You might try/like police commando boots.
or try a redwing shoe store. they make all kinds of boots and are pretty comfortable but $$$
their service is really good though
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i will look into those, thanks guys.

thing is i want something sporty. not like a commando boot, but not something that looks like i wear it to the track. something that doubles for a casual boot and a riding boot.
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Well I just found these. They don't really look like a safe riding shoe (no ankle protection, no padding, etc). What do you guys think? $150.

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CR-1 Shoes Features:
An all-weather hiking/riding shoe.
Form-fitting water repellent suede leather and textile upper.
Waterproof, breathable Gore-Tex liner.
Asymmetrical profile with reinforced toecap and back heel counter.
Stitched reinforced shifter pad.
Heel has reflective patch for better visibility.
Lacing closure system with metal eyelets and hooks.
Removable, anatomical polyethylene footbed with Cambrelle liner.
Durable, abrasion-resistant rubber sole with steel shank.

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check out www.sha-sha.com and take a look at their shoes...
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check out www.sha-sha.com and take a look at their shoes...
they have boots with flames . . . you've got to check it out!
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