I feel you wanted to know if you have 2 default routes already in place and about the impact if you put network specific routes.
In this case you can have both the default routes in place in addition to the network specific static routes as i mentioned in my first mail.
Since the most specific route will be used the traffic destined to your remote networks will flow accordingly as per your ip route statements.
If your first link goes down the default route pointing the ISP-1 and the network sepcific route pointing the ISP-1 will go off and by default all the traffic will flow via the second interface which is connected to ISP-2 the behaviour is viceversa if your link to ISP-2 goes down.
By this you will be atleast having some kinda reachability in case of any issues with the corresponding ISPs which is being used to reach the remote network than getting totally disconnected from the remote sites.
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