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Gaerne Motorcycle Boots (Select Sizes & Styles) EXPIRED

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Iron Pony Motorsports has Gaerne Motorcycle Boots (Select Sizes & Styles) on sale with prices starting from $89.99. Shipping is free on $100+ orders or is otherwise $8.95. Thanks DragonRide

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Iron Pony is having a sale on Gaerne Boots.

https://www.ironpony.com/ipd/bran...ame/Gaerne

best deals are;

GRW BOOT; $89.99 or $99.99 depending on size - as Sloddo commented: only size 8 or 11 for the GRW boot.

https://www.ironpony.com/ipd/pi.a...2/GRW-BOOT

G HYBRID BOOT $99.99 any size.

https://www.ironpony.com/ipd/pi.a...IR-GT-BOOT

AIR GT BOOT $89.99 - $99.99, depending on size

https://www.ironpony.com/ipd/pi.a...IR-GT-BOOT

I added a 25 cent bumper sticker to get above $100 for the free shipping

here is their name branded stuff to find fillers. There are $1.5 license plate frames and up.

https://www.ironpony.com/ipd/sear...ge/ShowAll
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You know what I meant. Typing fast on my phone sorry... typo nazi
It was just a joke, chill out.
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Never heard of this brand before anyone have any insight on the brand and or sizing?
I use Gaerne for MX riding. Fitment seems in line with the other boot brands. They're a fantastic value.
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We're sorry but the page you were trying to reach doesn't exist anymore,
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What are the sizing on these? I wear 9.5 normal shoes, but this deal has only 9 or 10.
I got the Gaerne G AIR GT BOOT in 43, ie size 9. to replace my aging TCX boots which are also a 43.

The Gaerne are noticeably tighter, but that may just be due to the TCX being 10 yrs old having having a few thousand miles on them.

I hope they will stretch a bit with use. I debated going 9 (43) or 10(44). I'll wear them around the house for a few days and decide if I need to return for a 10(44), if their are any still in stock as I've posted this deal.

Iron Pony will let you return unworn closeout for a different size. I've done it on a jacket, but shipping is the cost of the buyer.

"Closeout items that are new & unused may be exchanged for items of equal or greater value within 10 days of receipt. No refunds or credits will be issued for closeout items."

https://www.ironpony.com/ipd/info...policy.asp
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We're sorry but the page you were trying to reach doesn't exist anymore,
Try again in the search. It happened to me too but I just ordered. Are you on mobile? I'm guessing for the air GT in size 10? Put it in the search and click on the picture not the letters
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I use Gaerne for MX riding. Fitment seems in line with the other boot brands. They're a fantastic value.
Thanks for the helpful insight
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Never heard of this brand before anyone have any insight on the brand and or sizing?

Gaerne is a top brand in motorcycle boots, Italian made, very well crafted, protective and comfortable. They typically go for ~$250-500. Like Alpinestars, they do tend to be blatant with their branding though.
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No Moto boots.bummer

Only for kids, sizes 4 and 6, so yea, little kids

https://www.ironpony.com/ipd/pi.a...H-SGJ-BOOT
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Anything is possible, I've been rear ended by a car on my motorcycle before but if you defensively you greatly decrease the likelihood of having issues. I've been in SEVERAL situations that could have gone wrong but I stay hyper-vigilant while riding and have avoided them. One of the best defenses is to have quality gear though, I've had to test my gear and it pays for itself when avoiding a hospital visit.
Same here. A drunk driver rear ended me at a stoplight going 50+ MPH about a year ago and sent me forward off of the bike and into the air in a summersault. I supposedly flew about 50 feet down the road through an intersection and landed on my back and right hip and slid another 80 or 90 feet, then my bike slid into my helmet a few seconds later. I had a heavy duty fully armored jacket on and a full-face helmet and was very lucky to walk away from the accident without even an ambulance ride. My R1 was totaled. I pretty much never ride without gear now because if i didn't have that jacket on with the back protector in it, i might have broken my back or could possibly be paralyzed.

People just generally drive horribly nowadays. Everyone is too busy thinking the rat-race rush of of their personal life details warrants speeding, taking unnecessary risks while driving and running red-lights and stop signs. Just last week i was doing an 8-mile run down a bike trail on Cape Cod and some super old lady in a Prius stopped for a crosswalk where the trail crossed the road because there were 2 bicyclists crossing. I was about 4 feet behind them and crossed as well since she looked right at me and appeared to clearly see me.... but she started accelerating and almost ran me over. I literally instinctively side-stepped the front bumper and then jumped up and kicked up off of her hood and out of the way and managed to not get run over. She didn't even slow down or stop and just drove away like nothing happened because I don't think she ever even realized i was there. What's scary is i passed a guy about 300 feet up the trail who was jogging with an infant in a stroller. Had she done the same thing to him, his child would have almost certainly been killed.

Always drive defensively, no matter what you drive, and don't get too caught up in being in a rush because you are late for something. Saving seconds or maybe a few minutes in your commute is not worth risking everyone's lives, and the more you take risks without negative repercussions, the more desensitized you become to the possibility of things going badly as a result.
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I've heard basic motorcycle safety summed up as.

1. Pretend you are invisible. And.

2. They are trying to kill you, anticipate their actions in that light and react accordingly.
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I've heard basic motorcycle safety summed up as.

1. Pretend you are invisible. And.

2. They are trying to kill you, anticipate their actions in that light and react accordingly.
It's also important to have emotional control of yourself as a motorcyclist. Don't get too caught up in the moment and let yourself do adrenaline fueled actions such as seek revenge on other drivers who cut you off or do otherwise unsafe driving practices towards you.
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It's also important to have emotional control of yourself as a motorcyclist. Don't get too caught up in the moment and let yourself do adrenaline fueled actions such as seek revenge on other drivers who cut you off or do otherwise unsafe driving practices towards you.
On re-reading, I should have been clearer, by react, I mean, flee, give them the lane, take another route etc.

I never understood those who have the 'window busting' fring on their handlebars.

I sometimes have to yank my arm back down as it was about to send a sign language critique of some cagers behavior.
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Thumbs up for a motorcycle deal. We're good on boots but it's always nice to see some motorcycle deals get posted and Gaerne is usually an expensive and quality brand, so solid deal if they have your style and size.
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