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Author Topic:  Jettribe RS-15 Race Boots  (Read 4278 times)

Offline Jettribe

Jettribe RS-15 Race Boots
« on: July 02, 2011, 12:47:39 PM »
   
Attention racers and PWC enthusiasts, you have asked for a better riding boot and we at Jettribe have listened. After being on the APBA
and IJSBA tour seeing racers and freestyle riders use various shoes
from wrestling shoes to skate shoes we are proud to release our “RS-
15” Race Boots with “Gecko Grip” sole! After careful research and
testing we bring to you a true riding boot that is built around a PWC
rider! To start with, the sole is modeled after the grip pads from a
Gecko; we have built in about 433 individual traction pads. These are
strategically spaced apart to allow the sole to quickly disperse water
between the sole of your boot and the surface of your PWC to allow
instant traction and grip to the deck of your PWC. Soles with flat
surfaces tend to trap water between the sole and the deck tends to
provide less grip and traction. It is very similar to the hydro planning
when driving your car over a puddle of water.

Second, the RS-15 rubber soles are designed with three raised contact points that accommodate a PWC rider’s aggressive stances. Most of the time we ride from the ball of our feet and are constantly switching our weight from the heel of our feet to our toes. Plus, the pre-curved sole with arch support allows maximum comfort! The soles wrap around the sides and toes, limiting the lateral “side to side” movement of the rider’s feet.

The extra high neoprene cut of the RS-15 boot limits the rocks and
gravel from getting in. It has a front zippered entry for easy slip on or
off. Plus three adjustable Velcro straps for a snug and better fit. The 9 mesh flow through panels allow water to drain quickly. We do not drill a hole on the bottom of our soles, like an afterthought.

We hope that you will ride with better comfort and performance with
our RS-15 Race Boot! 

Warning: It is important that you rinse off and clear all of the dirt, sand, gravel, and debris from the Jettribe zipper with fresh water. Also use our zipper lube wax that is included with your boots. The zipper tends to dry out and the wax will prolong the zipper’s life span. For more info on maintaining your race boots please check out the Jettribe website.

Important note: Jettribe recommends that when purchasing our RS-15 Race Boots please consider one size bigger. This will allow room for our neoprene race socks. For example, if you wear a size 9 normally for running shoes, then you should order a size 10 in our RS-15 race boots. 

Jettribe RS-15 Race Boot
Web: jettribe.com
Enjoy your next ride!

Offline hED

Re: Jettribe RS-15 Race Boots
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2011, 09:16:06 PM »

Bought a pair at Lake Havasu world finals Oct 2010...
or maybe the previous years model but look very similar...

Absolutely the best boots I have ridden in....
I wear a thin lycra / or neoprene sock and these very comfortable and offer sensational grip...

Like other jettribe gear they seem to be designed with practivcal ease of use... long zip with finger hold makes it easy to put on or take off...

Exceptional wear ... other 'name' boots have not lasted one season but these are like new after summer riding...

Highly recommended... and when you test try them on you will appreciate how good they are...
See me for all your emotional and mtc needs...


Offline Jettribe

Re: Jettribe RS-15 Race Boots
« Reply #2 on: July 22, 2011, 03:51:04 PM »
Waiting to see you in Lake Havasu world finals 2011


 


 

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