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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-27-2008, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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DC Boot Fit compared to 32

How do DC boots fit compared to Thirty Two (32)?

I'm wearing size 10 thirty Two Boa Focus, that are coming apart after 40 days of riding, I hear DC boots are more durable... considering DC Allegiance, but no one local has them so I'll have to order, something I don't usually do, but I love the boa system.


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If your talking sizing wise, I wear a size 12 dress shoe, tennis shoe, boots, etc. I ordered a size 12 DC boot and they were way too small. Got a size 13 and my toes tickle the ends.
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I picked up a pair of TM-Two's locally... shop gave a decent price. Too much risk buying boots that I've never tried on.

Tried on a pair of Burton Sabbath's, nice but were $50 more than the TM-Two's and a touch softer. A bit more comfy though.


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Thirty two's a wider and have a bit more toe room than DC's. They feel like they run a tad bigger than DC, but it could just be the width and toe room.
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