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from shifting so much.

I know that I should be riding with a proper riding boot, but I want something that I can leave on at work and be comfortable. I don't have to dress nice for work or anything, but I'm wondering if any of you have found something that is a good compromise between a dedicated riding boot, and a comfortable everyday boot/shoe?
 

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Keep your comfortable shoes at work, and change into them when you get there?

For myself, I wouldn't compromise my safety on the bike by wearing regular footwear while riding. I'll only ride with proper riding boots, but that's me. Some like those low cut riding shoes which just cover the ankle bone, but I prefer the shin protection that the taller boots provide.

A few years back, when I was riding my CBR to work frequently during the summer, I always wore my full riding gear and just changed into work duds (which I kept in my work locker).
 

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I know I should be wearing proper boots as well, but a pair of my shoes came to having a hole and started tearing a bit from the shifting lever dating back when I was on the 300.
 

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taichi riding boots are a good compromise
but they must be a compromise..
these and other riding shoes/boots
must be designed around their use
and function, which isnt long life soles
for walking long distances etc..

but my taichi shoes/boots proved excellent
crush resistance and are very comfortable
on he bike.. but it would be a waste really
using them/their soles made for riding
including designed in flexibility and
narrow profile etc, as work boots..

mm's option is the best and most obvious,
which is changing out of your riding shoes/boots
and into whatever other appropriate footwear..

RS Taichi RSS007 Delta BOA Riding Shoes
 
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