1998 BMW R1100RS

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Sneaker Ride

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Part Number: SneakerRide
Supersession(s): Sn-ea-k-erR-ide

Sometimes even motorcycle riders want to wander through the urban landscape on foot – preferably in lightweight sneakers made of high-quality cowhide leather that look as cool with jeans as they do with motorcycling gear. Reinforcements, protectors and extra padding in the gear-shift area offer all the safety you need on the bike.

  • High-quality leather sneakers for the city and short trips
  • 100 % fine, lightweight cowhide leather
  • Suitable for warm summer and humid climates
  • Lightweight and incredibly breathable thanks to perforated velour leather on the sides
  • Added moulded protection at the heel
  • Reinforced in gear-shift area
  • Interior-reinforced heels and toecaps
  • Reflective material on the sides and at the heel for added safety when driving at night
  • Half-height shaft with inner zip for quick removal
  • Lacing to adjust width
  • Leather-trimmed laces
  • Shaft height at back approx. 16 cm in size 43 boots
  • Rubber sole with Boxer motif
  • Practical 3D air mesh lining for breathability Removable BMW Motorrad-branded inner sole
  • Bright, summer colors? CE-certified according to DIN EN 13634

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