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Samuel Pinney  says:

Boot review: Spada Predator Sports

Spada Predator Sports boots, £89.99 Miles covered/time: 700 miles/one month What’s good? Good solid boots with armour that are brilliantly waterproof. Completely and utterly, ‘no-water-is-getting-in’-waterproof. Perfect. They seem to be designed to look like a killer whale, which I like. The price is excellent. What’s not? The cuff is quite small so it can be a struggle to get it to fully close over...

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Chris14

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Chris14 says:

Soles

Beware the soles though, I've done 10,000 miles in mine in just under 10months and the soles are shot. I can't get them replaced due to wear and tear policy, and I don't walk in them either.
But for £80 ya can't argue i suppose.

Chris

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m0rgo

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m0rgo says:

What do you expect for £80?

Bikers must be mugs! Either that or so filthy rich that £80 is just small change.

For the £80 mentioned - I expect footwear to be the same size on both feet, not have the expectation of the protective features falling apart, and certainly expect the soles to last for more than 10 months, particularly if they are not walked in.

No wonder I feel I'm being fleeced when I walk into a main dealers - they must be laughing up their sleeves at this sort of attitude.

The phrases, 'of merchantable quality' and 'fit for purpose' spring to mind - but maybe consumer protection legislation is not for bikers.

 

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magpiemale

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magpiemale says:

what you expect for £80 ?

Well I am far from being rich and if I want a new jacket or boots I bang in the over time,but for  £80 you cant argue for to much I mean alpinestars and sidi (which I have ) go from £150 to over £200 so you get what you can afford and get that quality for the price you paid.most boots have draw back even £300 ones but I find hein gericks bullson boots decent  for waking around in and riding even in rain £120.My worse boots were vanucci ones leak like a sieve but good in the summer. 

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magpiemale

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magpiemale says:

what you expect for £80 ?

Well I am far from being rich and if I want a new jacket or boots I bang in the over time,but for  £80 you cant argue for to much I mean alpinestars and sidi (which I have ) go from £150 to over £200 so you get what you can afford and get that quality for the price you paid.most boots have draw back even £300 ones but I find hein gericks bullson boots decent  for waking around in and riding even in rain £120.My worse boots were vanucci ones leak like a sieve but good in the summer. 

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telsmt

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telsmt says:

I have a pair.

Firstly these boots are £90, not £80. Within a month one boot split on the inner foot stitching, then the stitching came apart on the velcro flap. I dont ride in the rain so cant vouch for their water resistance. They are quite comfy but if you walk in them the soles wear quickly. Not had them for 12 months yet & they are starting to look a bit sorry for themselves.

I will probably go for some good cond used Sidi's next. You can pick them up on Ebay for £50-£75.

Overall: comfy & in the lower price range with reasonably good protection. Dont expect these boots to last.- Tip: when buying boots on the internet you cant try them on  so always go a size above your shoe size. If you dont they will be too small.

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