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Question Rain Boots

Had a pair of Totes black rubber pull over rain boots. They worked great for rain and cold and packed down well.

Can't seem to find them at any stores.

Most MC sites sell the Totes "town boots" that only come to above the ankle and have zippers.

Anyone know of a good replacement for the original pair and where to get it?
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old Mar 24th, 2006, 11:46 am
 
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Three different choices here:

http://www.aerostich.com/home.php?cat=302
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Maybe this is a dumb question but why not just get a nice pair of Goretex motorcycle boots??
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The rubber rain boots provide protection against cold and rain.

I have a pair of Gortex lined leather boots. They don't protect against the cold when wet. Also, the leather takes a while to dry out.
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Hi Larry,

I work in a farm, and these boots are perfect for rain conditions:



I bought them in here:

http://www.jildorshoes.com/category....ts/catID=30060
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Had a pair of Totes black rubber pull over rain boots. They worked great for rain and cold and packed down well.

Can't seem to find them at any stores.

Most MC sites sell the Totes "town boots" that only come to above the ankle and have zippers.

Anyone know of a good replacement for the original pair and where to get it?

Know exactly what your talking about...the old style that would fold up and place in your pocket...i have been looking also...no luck....perfect thing to have...i have tried other pull over boots and they suck......never fit right and messes up the feel of the pegs brake and shift lever.....I have been looking for 2 or 3 years
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