No need for a wide and usually if you don't need one it's best to avoid one. They can offer a little more float but they also have extra material which means extra weight, not to mention the main factor of where you're turning from on the board. You ideally want your toes and heels pulling from as close to the edge of the board, or rather as far from the center of the board as possible. Put a size 8 boot on a wide board and it's like putting a door handle on the same side of the door as the hinge. It's all about leverage, size 11 just use proper angles and ride a normal width deck and you're set.