I just bought these boots because i wanted the small toe box like the Alpinestar tech 10s but didnt want to pay for tech 10s. These boots are a little hard to feel your shifter with at first becasue the toe is plastic but they are not too bad, still way better than my old Gaerne Gx1s, the toe box on those were huge and hard. here are a couple pics of my old boots to my new ones.
JETT J1 Boots [obs]
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What a fantastic boot. I'm an woods racer so I wouldn't recommend white unless you are like me and have to have it. The buckles do not come undone and less sand gets in than the Gaerne's, and they are extremely comfortable. Overall a great boot at a great price!
These are awesome MX boots. I have a pair of these, as well as a pair of Sidi Crossfire SRS's. The Jett J1 are far easier to get correct adjustments as compared to the Sidi Crossfire. And they have no screws that can fall out like the Sidi's have. so there's less maintenance. The fit on the Jett J1 is just as good as the Sidi Crossfire, but has a better toe box for shifting than the Sidi has. I will say it taken me better part of an hour to used to the slightly stiffer feel as compared to the Sidi Crossfire, but once the feel there, I put these on more than the Sidi Crossfire SRS. Still, both are 5 star boots with the best protection one can find in an MX boot. The Jett just costs less.
very light boot, looks great, the boot opens wide,low profile toe box that makes it easy to shift gears and you don't need to brake them in!
2 pairs and I returned the second back to the manufacturer. The right toe buckle has 1/8 of plastic holding the strap in place, after 5 hours of riding it broke (on 2 pairs) which renders the tow buckle useless.
What a bad design. And I'm not like a pro or anything, Sunday rider at best.
There have been no questions asked about the JETT J1 Boots [obs].