15.11.2016 11:58:18 | Simon Luger
At the tender age of 18 years (1981) I took a pair of Frey Daytona boots. They accompanied me throughout Europe for many years. First with my Honda CB 200, then with the BMW R80G / S. With the G / S, the boots were also able to prove their gravel and offroad suitability (Ligurian Grenzkammstraße to Mt. Chaberton), which they did well, even though they were no Enduro boots, but for the street use. At 30, I became a father and sold my motorcycle. When I put on a motorcycle with 38 again, my old motorcycle clothing did not fit me anymore. Note: Leather goes in from long camps! When I looked for my boots, I found them in a cellar corner. Moldy. I washed the mold and the boots looked great again. However, my wife said that I should not wear the moldy things any more. And because women are always right, I wept, loudly weeping, from my beloved Daytona boots. At that time the money was scarce. So I bought a used pair of Daytona Roadstar boots. Good condition, hardly worn. The boots accompanied me faithfully through rides all over the Alps. In the evening, when I had found accommodation, they were perfect for mountain hiking. Pouring down the rain I stood dry. Class boots. When I was thinking about new road-star boots a few days ago, I discovered on Daytona's website that my old road-star had not installed any Gore-Tex membrane at all. Nevertheless, as already mentioned above, they kept the rain for hours on no-longer-ending highway trips. For me there is nothing better than Daytona boots. I do not do experiments with other brands. Never change a winning team!
Greetings from Göppingen Germany, Bernd Tonn
At the tender age of 18 years (1981) I took a pair of Frey Daytona boots. They accompanied me throughout Europe for many years. First with my Honda CB 200, then with the BMW R80G / S. With the G / S, the boots were also able to prove their gravel and offroad suitability (Ligurian Grenzkammstraße to Mt. Chaberton), which they did well, even though they were no Enduro boots, but for the street use. At 30, I became a father and sold my motorcycle. When I put on a motorcycle with 38 again, my old motorcycle clothing did not fit me anymore. Note: Leather goes in from long camps! When I looked for my boots, I found them in a cellar corner. Moldy. I washed the mold and the boots looked great again. However, my wife said that I should not wear the moldy things any more. And because women are always right, I wept, loudly weeping, from my beloved Daytona boots. At that time the money was scarce. So I bought a used pair of Daytona Roadstar boots. Good condition, hardly worn. The boots accompanied me faithfully through rides all over the Alps. In the evening, when I had found accommodation, they were perfect for mountain hiking. Pouring down the rain I stood dry. Class boots. When I was thinking about new road-star boots a few days ago, I discovered on Daytona's website that my old road-star had not installed any Gore-Tex membrane at all. Nevertheless, as already mentioned above, they kept the rain for hours on no-longer-ending highway trips. For me there is nothing better than Daytona boots. I do not do experiments with other brands. Never change a winning team!
Greetings from Göppingen Germany, Bernd Tonn