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    Senior Member Kevolution's Avatar
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    We got some Sombrio shoes in today though, with their version of the stealth soles. They look so good I'm gonna have to get some to in with my summer riding kit to complete the look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gorehound View Post
    Why does everyone automatically think because someone rides on spuds they don't know how to ride a bike?
    Without wanting to rock the boat.... because they usually don't!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredmundo View Post
    Without wanting to rock the boat.... because they usually don't!

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    I'm currently using a pair of http://www.ukgear.com/Shop/Products/...ushioning.html Which gives me more grip than a grippy thing - and they're cross country running shoes!
    However, my Wellgo DMR copies are chewing the sole to hell so am after some flat shoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredmundo View Post
    Without wanting to rock the boat.... because they usually don't!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tango View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunwitch View Post
    Where did you get your Donnay's from fella?
    http://http://www.sportsdirect.com/m...ns-skate-shoes do loads of cheap skate shoes including Donnays and can usually be found in your local out-of-town retail park

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    That's the place. If you're brand conscious they do a similar shoe in Umbro. Lol
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    Ah that place. Got one up the road. Shall pay a visit tomorrow..
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    Quote Originally Posted by gorehound View Post
    Why does everyone automatically think because someone rides on spuds they don't know how to ride a bike?
    They don't - only when that person starts saying that they can't keep their feet on flat pedals when it gets a little bumpy do they think that.

    Quote Originally Posted by gorehound View Post
    After about 32 years of using spuds and before them toeclips and about 3 months of using flats I think I will be sticking to spuds for anything gnarly ( I prefer my feet on the pedals when the going gets rough, you have more control over the bike that way).

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