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  1. hi
    March 4, 2014

    dope

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  2. JoseWReyes
    March 4, 2014

    I like the looks of these boots, and from the reviews (yours included) I have seen, the verdict seems to be pretty much the same across the board. I loved the old Ronaldinho Dois simply because the leather was softer than any leather upper on the market today (yes it was and I stand by that no matter what). I like that these look like the old Dois, but combine some modern tech as well. What I cannot fathom is how these are worth $40-$50 more than the Tiempo IV. I understand that you made some improvements, but I honestly think that the consumer is due these improvements with each new model. I also understand that there is definitely a decent amount of cost in R&D when it comes to designing and releasing a new model. However the whole concept about a heritage boot is that we get a staple boot that only makes slight changes, therefore the price should remain pretty staple as well. While I want these boots, I will not pay the price for them.

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