Crew Shoes for Over The Wall , Rugged and SFI 3.3/5 Certified

Crew Shoes

What is the difference between a racing shoe and crew shoe? Actually, there are many differences so let's start from the bottom up. The Sole needs to have larger channels/grips for all weather and all surface grip. Also the material needs to be pliable for being on your knees during a lightning fast tire change, but also have the flexibility needed for all day comfort. The sides need to be flexible, but rugged enough to make it through many seasons. Some of our crew shoes also feature lace guards, Nomex, SFI 3.3/5 certification and, of course,have the full width frontal toe guard. 

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Stand 21 Porsche Daytona II Off Road Shoes
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The Stand 21 Daytona II shoes feature a soft sueded leather upper, along with a single velcro-strap ankle closure for a secure fit. This offroad version of Stand 21's most popular shoe features an aggressive sole for maximized grip on less-than-perfect surfaces. Certified to the FIA 8856-2000 standard.
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Stand 21 Daytona II Off Road FIA-Rated Shoes
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The Stand 21 Daytona II shoes feature a soft sueded leather upper, along with a single velcro-strap ankle closure for a secure fit. This offroad version of Stand 21's most popular shoe features an aggressive sole for maximized grip on less-than-perfect surfaces. Certified to the FIA 8856-2000 standard.
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Stand 21 Daytona Off Road Shoes
Product available with different options
The Stand 21 Daytona shoes feature a soft sueded leather upper. This offroad version of Stand 21's most popular shoe features an aggressive sole for maximized grip on less-than-perfect surfaces. Certified to the FIA 8856-2000 standard.