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Micron dual vs. Arata slip on

i know, another which should i go with question but whatever..

what's your personal preference? Aratas are $200 more, is that justified? i can't decide which to go with, they both look cooliosisclerosis.

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You are takin the piss right? LOL Arata
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Arata for sure but for a slip-on I would go mid-level brands like Leo, Akra, Micron, etc. Unless you have money to spend then go Arata, I've just heard so many times that a slip-on is a slip-on so don't expect the world......just a rumor that pops up a lot so take it for what it's worth.
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"I've just heard so many times that a slip-on is a slip-on so don't expect the world......"

I hear alot that I'm a fukwit know it all that should keep my mouth shut, doesn't mean it's true. Hahaha on the other hand..............................I can't think right now, I just got stuck on your sig avatar............................................ ........ Oh man, back in a sec
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Another vote for Arata. I did consider getting the Micron dual till Birdman forced me to get Arata.
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for sure if you get arata and later decide to get a header it won't be a hassle like akra and some other brands

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uh if i may ask a stupid question but this is bugging me for quite sometime now, where is Arata made? Japan? Italy? US?


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uh if i may ask a stupid question but this is bugging me for quite sometime now, where is Arata made? Japan? Italy? US?
look at the quality....not hard to tell lol
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japan and now it's based in the US?

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No Japan, it's sold as Striker in Japan and Moto Liberty are the people in Japan that sell them under the Arata banner. COG are the distributors in the US and the main site is run and based with them etc.


"Another vote for Arata. I did consider getting the Micron dual till Birdman forced me to get Arata."

Haha, I like to call it "Gentle Persuasion"
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"I've just heard so many times that a slip-on is a slip-on so don't expect the world......"

I hear alot that I'm a fukwit know it all that should keep my mouth shut, doesn't mean it's true. Hahaha on the other hand..............................I can't think right now, I just got stuck on your sig avatar............................................ ........ Oh man, back in a sec
You are a know it all!!!!! Yes the sig comes in handy.
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