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Toe drag ?

Ive got size 10 feet but i can get a good deal on a signal park series 146. I was wondering if i would get toe drag ? Thanks in advance.
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without being sure of year of the specs I was able to look up.. can't be certain but if they didn't change much for a 146 waist width is 9.4" or 23.9cm.

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Thanks for the response.I am sorry i do not know much about waist width if its 9.4" would that mean i would be ok with size ten boots or no ? The board is a 2011 if that helps at all and the boots are 32 lashed
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measure your boots, silly.


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HAHA true thanks
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It doesn't have to be perfect. I wouldn't say over one inch, and even then it's pushing the boundaries. Ideally, it shouldn't hang over half an inch to three fourths of an inch. You could try ducking your stance more to fit your entire foot on, but if it's uncomfortable, don't bother, also depending on your height you could widen the stance as long as it's comfortable. Anyway to either look at the board and put your boots on it, or find another board with the same waist and check it that way at a local retailer?
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Just a guess, but i think it'd be too much.

I wear size 9.5 boots, and even on my old 151 SL-R which i am pretty positive was 24.3cm waist I had probably half inch on either side, and that was wearing Burton boots with a sized down shell...

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Yeah thats a good idea about the local retailer. I ride a duck stance so I think it will probably be fine.
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