Thanks to both of you!
US boot size equivalent to my european size would be 10.5 for my regular shoes and 11.5 for my snowboard boots (Nike, I heard theyre a bit smaller relative, hence the larger size, and the larger price LoL, but if theres anything to get right, its the boots).
I guess Ill be fine shoe size wise, when not snowboarding my girlfriend has a habit of making fun of me standing around like a duck, so standing with both feet at an angle might just suit me fine if I get into trouble with the board width.
Reading the rest of your comments, it would seem like I landed smack dab in the middle of where I should be, kudo's for me I guess (and kudo's for luck). Im looking forward to trying out the Rossignol One in a couple of weeks.
Great to hear! A board that I can grow in to and grow with is exactly what I am looking for. I will be riding in the Alps (St. Anton am Arlberg - Austria, coming from The Netherlands), since where I come from the highest land height difference might just be the point from where I sneeze to the point from where I'd get tired of digging. I believe I have the 2008 version of the Rossignol One (going oldskool). After your comments and Rookie's, Im looking forward even more to a week in the snow. Thanks again!
If anyone else is willing to shed some light on the Rossignol One, Id be very, very glad to hear it. Things to look out for or just more positivity directed towards it, or even if you think the 2008 version belongs in a retirements home and I should toss it, share it alll.
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