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post #6 of (permalink) Old 08-23-2014, 10:34 AM
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There are guys on here that know a lot more about boot fitting than I do. Everyone's foot is shaped differently and the different brands all work best with different types of feet. The most important thing to do is try them on and walk around in them for a bit to make sure there aren't any pressure points, heel lift or toes that are curling. You want them to be tight and snug...they will pack out a bit after use. Also, most stock insoles are garbage. You'd do well to invest in some higher quality insoles. Here is a review of Remind insoles snowklinger wrote:

Also, here is an overview that wiredsport wrote on the different board profiles:

Another forum member has a great review site that you should check out: - The Angry Snowboarder Keeping It Real Since Day Seven -
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