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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-23-2008, 10:57 PM
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LET ME JUST GET TO THE POINT I HAVE BEEN TO NUMEROUS SHOPS TO GET MY BOOTS FIT. THEY ALL STILL SUCK I FINALLY AFTER 2 YEARS OF DEALING WITH THIS REALIZED MY FEET ARE JUST BIG. I HAVE BEEN RESEARCHING FOR THE BEST WIDEST BOOT. THEY MAKE THEM FOR MEN BUT NOT SO MUCH FOR WOMEN. SO IM THINKING OF GOING WITH THE VANS BC THEY ARE A WIDE FIT, I JUST NEED SOME ADVISE ON A GOOD BOOT FOR WIDE FEET. WHAT DO I BUY SOOO FRUSTERATED. ps i have already tried mens boots. i have found that womens is the only way to keep my heel in place.

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you could try mens boots
but the calf cup might be too high

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If Vans makes a wide boot (I don't wear wide) then you'll get a good boot. I have Vans and I love them. They make a good quality boot.

Also, all caps is hard to read.
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thanks tried that
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wha you need is a thin sock, not no freaking wool socks!!
your foot goes cold because circulattion not the sock!
I bet a good boot fitter can do it
but you will need around 300 to look at them
if you were out here i could just look at your foot and the way it bends to get you in the right boot

a low end burton might be the way to go!

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