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Are these the Ultimate Driving Shoes?

by Petrolicious Productions / 30 Apr 2014

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  • Guest (Alex)

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    I think the Sparco Imola shoes look more stylish than these

    http://dm-asset.s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/Img/Deals/48359/IMOLA_DARKBLUE_2.jpg

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  • Benjamin Shahrabani

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    I like my Piloti's...but they are hard to find in the USA now:D

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  • Guest (Thomas)

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    from what I can see probably good shoes, but hard to tell, when black shoes are photographed in front of a black back ground!

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  • Ben Bishop

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    Pity that Piloti went belly up, they were good shoes, although the Evo 2 soles were a better general purpose sole than the later Evo3.
    I've got a pair of these now, not as good a walker as the Evo2 or Evo3 Pilotis, but a good driving shoe none the less.
    http://www.autoguide.com/gallery/d/329074-7/Nicolas+Hunziker+Driving+Shoes+02.jpg

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  • Guest (Philbur)

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    I like shoes with a wider toe so i can blip the throttle with the right side of my foot.. never liked the narrow design of puma\adidas shoes, but that is just me in road cars (mini, 993).. might be different in a track specific car

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  • Adam Kellar

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    I'm a fan of Onitsuka Tigers myself. They're very light, have a simple yet elegant look, and have an excellent history that doesn't involve bitter rivalry.

    It's ridiculously hard to find Pumas in my size, even to try on. I went to a few different malls and none of the shoe stores had Pumas in size 13.

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  • Particularly like the Adidas Porsche Design driving shoes . . . very similar aesthetic, but less tall in the heel so they don't dig into the achilles. Rolled bottom and clean/simple enough to wear at the office.

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