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Old 01-14-2009, 05:53 PM
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Whats on your Feet?

When you are doing the sideways dance in your cars or any other motorsports?

When i began racing, i had a set of wrestling shoes that i used after i got done kicking someones *** on the mat.

I now wear Puma Drifts.. they allow me to perform about 20 clutch kicks a second.....yes... more than UEO

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Old 01-14-2009, 06:23 PM
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For spirited driving.



Right now.
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Old 01-14-2009, 07:29 PM
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i have 5 or 6 pairs of pumas. I wear my puma speedcat for auto-x

they are my favorite pair of shoes too, so light and thin
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Old 01-14-2009, 07:31 PM
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hell yea dude.. they are so comfortable.... i will be buying some fire retard shoes next.. but yea man... pumas are nice.


Also, if you got into a fight, you could stomp your opponent with them. As a result no incriminating marks would be left.



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cant go wrong with the chuck taylors either. they are slim
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Old 01-15-2009, 04:20 AM
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i have been autox'n for about a year now and i've been wondering if its worth the $60 or so to pick up some driving shoe's, opinions???
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i go bare feet. its the most comfortable way! and i get excellent feedback from the pedals!
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Old 01-15-2009, 06:31 AM
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Originally Posted by ilikegofast View Post
i have been autox'n for about a year now and i've been wondering if its worth the $60 or so to pick up some driving shoe's, opinions???

yea... its well worth it. There is a reason you don't see pro drivers racing with boots and air force ones.....

racing shoes are light weight, slim and you get a lot of feedback. 60 dollars for a pair of racing like shoes is nothing. most of what we have all posted here are not real fire proof racing shoes. They are cheap alternatives that share the same design.
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I use to drive barefoot; it made my heel toe shifts super easy. Also made it hard for me to heel toe with shoes on. So I stopped driving barefoot. Learned to heel toe all over again with my Piloti's. Plus at any real event you can't drive barefoot, it's not like they check but still.
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im gonna revive this with. I have like 6 pairs of fallen rippers and 2 pairs of fallen troopers and a pair of nike SBs. and Im learning to drive with them so it doesnt matter. haha
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