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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-04-2014, 07:17 PM
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If it runs narrow, it's just a tad. My 157 NS Proto is just a smidge wider than my 158 Rossi Templar. 2-3mm would be my guess. If you're dragging on one, you'd drag on the other.

I wear a 10.5 boot and have never had an issue.
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I have a 158 Templar and size 10 boots and I don't have any problems with toe drag. I would say 158 is a fine size im 6 feet 205 and that is what I am currently riding.

I just moved down from a 162 Billy Goat
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