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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-05-2009, 12:41 AM
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Boot size advice - burton hail

Today I tried on a Burton hail in 9 and 9.5. In the 9, i could feel the tip of my toe touching the front. In the 9.5, I could barely feel my sock (thicker wool, but not boarding sock thick) touching the front. I've always rented size 9's, (usually burton tributes), and my toes never touched the front. Of course these rentals are already broken in. Anyone advise, especially if you have expreience with both models on which size is better?

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I was just advised that the 9 is better in this situation. Thanks.
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Yeah the 9 would be better.
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