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post #1 of 3 Old May 6th, 2016, 10:17 pm Thread Starter
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Beech and the Gasolina Boots

Hey Beech (and anyone else) do you still have a pair of Gasolina boots? Which pair do you have and what are your thoughts on the boots?

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Re: Beech and the Gasolina Boots

I do have a pair. I have the traditional moto cop boots, they have a zipper up the back which is stiff. Then buckles. The leather is thin. The sole is much like a dress shoe. The only thing they are good for is styling. I bought a bunch of 50 cent silver conchos and put them up each side. All in all, enough to look crazy. I really don't use them. If I was riding one of my harleys from the past they would be perfect. Forget it if caught in rain.

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Re: Beech and the Gasolina Boots

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I do have a pair. I have the traditional moto cop boots, they have a zipper up the back which is stiff. Then buckles. The leather is thin. The sole is much like a dress shoe. The only thing they are good for is styling. I bought a bunch of 50 cent silver conchos and put them up each side. All in all, enough to look crazy. I really don't use them. If I was riding one of my harleys from the past they would be perfect. Forget it if caught in rain.
Thanks for the review! I appreciate it. They have some nice looking boots on their site of course. I had some made to measure dress shoes put together in Ecuador a couple of years ago and can wear them all day without a problem. At $65, I had them make a black and a brown pair. Maybe I'll have those guys make me some boots next time I am in Ecuador. They can create all kinds of stuff if given a little time and really good instructions. All made with true leather.
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