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Would a size 10.5 boot fit the NS SL-R or the Legacy-R better?

Would a size 10.5 boot fit the NS SL-R or the Legacy-R better? 161 length.
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Would a size 10.5 boot fit the NS SL-R or the Legacy-R better? 161 length.
SL-R probably. It's borderline, but still within reason. I've got Moto 10.5's for sale in the Buy/Trade section.

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SL-R would be fine especially in that size. I have ridden 155 SL-R's with the size 11 Northwave moonboots, no problems.


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I am an 11 & have an SL-R 161. No problems.
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Also, be aware that the Legacy-R is stiffer than the SL-R.
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Also, be aware that the Legacy-R is stiffer than the SL-R.
Is stiffer good or bad? I suppose it depends.

Thanks for everyone's input.
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