15.11.2016 11:58:41 | Simon Luger
While I can report no dramatic event with Daytona boots, but own a pair of outdoor GTX and a pair Trans Open GTX. Interestingly, the outdoors are at least ten years older than the TransOpen, but (also thanks to good care) look almost like new. One might think that with increasing age they are getting better (smoother); That daytona boots are qualitatively, production technically and above all from the fit form as well as the convenience unequaled, is for me out of question. The superficial purchase price is actually favorable and justified for the aforementioned reasons as well as the obviously "endless" durability. "Made in Germany" is still today, and in the case of Daytona definitely, a seal of quality. G├╝nter Grones, Germany
While I can report no dramatic event with Daytona boots, but own a pair of outdoor GTX and a pair Trans Open GTX. Interestingly, the outdoors are at least ten years older than the TransOpen, but (also thanks to good care) look almost like new. One might think that with increasing age they are getting better (smoother); That daytona boots are qualitatively, production technically and above all from the fit form as well as the convenience unequaled, is for me out of question. The superficial purchase price is actually favorable and justified for the aforementioned reasons as well as the obviously "endless" durability. "Made in Germany" is still today, and in the case of Daytona definitely, a seal of quality. Günter Grones, Germany