G'day All! A quick question... I've been looking for a pair of cafe-racerish boots, well, jackboots would be a better description and it seems all the ones that come from the states are steel capped. I've noticed through searching netrider there's a lot of people who know their stuff, and others that don't, that steel cap boots of any description are dangerous on a bike. I'm assuming that everyone knows the story of steel caps severing toes is BS, and there's got to be more to it than that. I'm thinking more about the boot not being able to flex with the toes correctly in an accident, and the top of the toes basically 'torquing' against the bottom of the steel toe. My logic is also if the professionals don't wear them, then they aren't the best thing for riding. But are the really that bad. Has anyone had an off in a set of steel caps? The type i'm looking at aren't your typical blundstone variety, so they shouldn't come off too easily. Anyway, interested in everybodys opinion.