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Old 07-27-2011, 09:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have searched the forum but i am still unsure of what to do.
I can get a really good deal on a Dc Tone or Dc Devun Walsh Pro board.
These have 25.3 and 25.1 waist width.
I will be wearing either a 10.5 or 11 DC park boot and burton mission large bindings.
Will there be any toe drag from these boots with the boards? Or do i have to fork out a few hundred more dollars?
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Old 07-27-2011, 10:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
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No you'll be fine with that width
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Old 07-27-2011, 11:33 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah, like Q said, you will be plenty fine with a 25.3 and size 11s.
DC boots run slightly smaller than usual to begin with and if you ride duck at all (15, -15) there won't be any drag whatsoever.
You happen to be getting the board from SierraTP dot com???
I had to fight hard not to get the DW Pro from them a while back when it could be had for under $200....just couldn't justify the purchase with my size 12s.
So I grabbed two PBJs instead (155w and 159w)
Haven't rode anything less then a 26.1 due to my damn sasquatch syndrome.
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YOU ARE FINE!!!!!! NO PROBLEM AT ALL!! i rock size 12 burton boots on a 250 waist width, No problem at all, just center them on the board if its really bad on the heel. i rocka 249mm waist width on a burton easy livin 155 as well, sick board and its all good, 22.5inch stance with 18 and 15 degrees
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Yeah, like Q said, you will be plenty fine with a 25.3 and size 11s.
DC boots run slightly smaller than usual to begin with and if you ride duck at all (15, -15) there won't be any drag whatsoever.
You happen to be getting the board from SierraTP dot com???
I had to fight hard not to get the DW Pro from them a while back when it could be had for under $200....just couldn't justify the purchase with my size 12s.
So I grabbed two PBJs instead (155w and 159w)
Haven't rode anything less then a 26.1 due to my damn sasquatch syndrome.
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YOU ARE FINE!!!!!! NO PROBLEM AT ALL!! i rock size 12 burton boots on a 250 waist width, No problem at all, just center them on the board if its really bad on the heel. i rocka 249mm waist width on a burton easy livin 155 as well, sick board and its all good, 22.5inch stance with 18 and 15 degrees
Thanks everyone. I think if i fit the size 10.5 i will consider the Walsh Pro otherwise i will go with the DC tone or a rome agent.

And yeah mate sierraTP is boss!
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