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burnsie
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SPD boots

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Size 8; bit worn and the seam at back running over tendon needs sewing.....but still have some life in them and might be useful for someone wanting to try clipless.. in recycling next week so be quick..
mattsccm
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Re: SPD boots

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Hi
. If you still have these might I have picture please?
burnsie
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Re: SPD boots

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Hi… pics attached
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Re: SPD boots

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Cheers. Stitching isn't a problem but the velcro isn't for me. Thanks anyway.
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Re: SPD boots

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No probs
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Re: SPD boots

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Those are Diadora Chilli I believe, very well respected winter boots! Are they the road or mtb version? Thinking of the cleat attachment.

Very tempted but I have got a decent pair of winter boots at the moment so it seems rather greedy.

I'm a trendy consumer. Just look at my VOG-L09 using hovercraft full of eels.

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Re: SPD boots

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They are indeed. Think they're road version. Was never really taken with them especially when they filled with water on morning commute a few times!
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