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    mrsoup
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    CROCS- I have used them for M/C trips for years. There are several styles to choose from other the the traditional 'originals'.

    Lightweight/waterproof/comfortable/durable- the most versatile kicks on the planet!

    I prefer the 'Islander' for my needs. They have laces for a tighter fit while retaining the traditional advantages that Crocs offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 110026 View Post
    CROCS- I have used them for M/C trips for years. There are several styles to choose from other the the traditional 'originals'.

    Lightweight/waterproof/comfortable/durable- the most versatile kicks on the planet!

    I prefer the 'Islander' for my needs. They have laces for a tighter fit while retaining the traditional advantages that Crocs offer.


    I wa just looking at the Crocs http://www.crocs.com/islander-sport-...ns%20islanders . they have their Islander sport raintree on sale 2 pairs for $40.00. The come in the camouflage,not my favorite color but I may go for them
    Anthony S.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PGlaves View Post
    I take my riding boots and a pair of Keens when we do our four or so month summer rideabout. The Keens pack quite flat, are comfortable to walk in, take puddles and water in stride, and do triple duty as shower shoes.
    They do look a little weird when I decide I want to wear socks with them but I'm to old to care. "Style" is for the timid.
    Keens - all the way for all the reasons listed. Hiking, swimming, walking, climbing, the list goes on. They are about the most comfortable things you can put on your feet, dry off inside of 10 minutes, and pack flat.

    I paid full price my first pair, I've gotten lucky with the occasional 20% and 30% off coupons at REI for a substantial discount on subsequent pairs.
    Ted
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    +1 on Keen shoes.

    I wear my issued combat boots when I ride and Keen shoes when I am off the bike. Keen CNX Clearwater to be exact. Super low weight shoe with good toe protection. Overall, a great pair of shoes.
    Lynn
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    I truly wish Keens fit, but they don't. The arch is in the wrong place. Makes my foot go numb.

    My spare shoes are FiveFingers. The only thing that might take up less space is a pair of socks. Great water shoes. I've hiked in them, been on my feet all day in them, and my feet were better than fine. Was skeptical at first, but now I'm sold. there is a bit of an adjustment as you learn to walk with little to no heel strike.

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    Cool

    Teva's......on long trips, after riding all day my feet want to breathe......and I appreciate the arch support
    2000 R1100RT
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