15.10.2018 12:00:43 | Simon Luger
I bought my Touring Star pretty much at the beginning of my "motorbike career". That was about 2008 when I had to replace cheap, non-waterproof boots. It became a Daytona after a recommendation from a friend, and I haven't regretted this decision once. No matter if at 35°C in summer or at sub-zero temperatures in winter, in pouring rain, where the rain suit gave up for a long time - the Daytonas never gave up, kept my foot dry and also saved me from injuries in two falls, one of them violent at 100km/h. Despite his injuries he hasn't lost a single piece of his quality. No matter who asks, I always recommend a Daytona - even without being able to draw further comparisons - because I am very satisfied with them and would not try anything else. Matthias Weiß, Germany
I bought my Touring Star pretty much at the beginning of my "motorbike career". That was about 2008 when I had to replace cheap, non-waterproof boots. It became a Daytona after a recommendation from a friend, and I haven't regretted this decision once. No matter if at 35°C in summer or at sub-zero temperatures in winter, in pouring rain, where the rain suit gave up for a long time - the Daytonas never gave up, kept my foot dry and also saved me from injuries in two falls, one of them violent at 100km/h. Despite his injuries he hasn't lost a single piece of his quality. No matter who asks, I always recommend a Daytona - even without being able to draw further comparisons - because I am very satisfied with them and would not try anything else. Matthias Weiß, Germany