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I've got a pair of Oxtar Goretex Touring boots that are used and seem to be in good condition. I'd like to offload them, but I feel the inside needs a good cleaning. Anyone got any tips? Would anyone buy used boots anyway? I inherited them from a former riding buddy, and they don't fit me. Size 42 Euro.
 

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Some people are uneasy about buying used helmets and boots. They still sell.

Oxtar is my choice in boots! Too bad they've been discontinued. :-(


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To my knowledge Oxtar was not discontinued they were rebranded and are now marketed as TCX.

And to the original poster my answer is no.
 

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Laundry soap and water should do it, if the price is rite someone will buy them :thumbup:
 

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Laundry soap and water should do it, if the price is rite someone will buy them :thumbup:
If they'll buy used LD Comfort undies, they'll buy anything!!:22yikes:
 

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Laundry soap and water should do it, if the price is rite someone will buy them :thumbup:
If you are serious about cleaning those boots that post is correct.
Any good quality boot will not be hurt by a soap and water cleaning.
Whenever I get new boots the first thing I do is soak them through and through, put them on and wear them until they are dry.
That procedure shapes the boots perfectly to my feet.
 

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One cup of gasoline in each boot.
Stand 50 feet away and toss a lit rag up by them, Whoof, instant sterilization.

If you can find any part of them left, you can sell that part. :evil:


I would just take them to a charity house or something and give them away. Lots of less fortunate folks in the world that would love to have a good pair of boots for 5 bucks.
 
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