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A star Tech 10 or Sidi Crossfire

Has anyone here had both the A star Tech 10 and the Sidi Crossfire to provide a good comparison?

I have the Tech 10's and need a new pair and thinking of getting the Crossfire only because they seem easier to break in and they appear to be easier to slide the toe area under the shifter and with a better brake feel.

Am I correct on this? Can someone please give me a good opinion from personal experience?
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hey Ara check out this thread...maybe it will be helpful

https://www.club700xx.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2175



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hey Ara check out this thread...maybe it will be helpful

https://www.club700xx.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2175
Thanks Nicole. I was wondering if someone had acutally owned both for a good comparison. I use the Teck 10's but thinking about the Sidi Crossfire only because I also ride a sumo bike and the soles on the Crossfire are replaceable.
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My local dealer had the Crossfire SRS in my size, so I went to try it on and compare it against my A star tech 10.

-The Crossfire is definately less bulky around the ankle area (no booty like the Tech 10).
-The toe box area are about the same on both.
-The Crossfire is more true fit than the Tech 10.
-After a few minutes of walking around, the crossfire feels just as borken in as a brand new Tech 10 after 12 hours of walking around the house.
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