I'm a 7 or 7.5 which from what I hear are the same thing with different liners in most boots.
And I have wide feet. But my width isn't at the toes but about halfway up the foot. To top it off I have a low volume foot, and skinny ankles/heels. Yeah I'm fucked. Every single boot brand I've tried I've had volume issues. It'll feel all snug and nice but if I go to lift my foot it'll move big time, no matter what. My only solution is to find a boot that is the best of the worse, and then fill it with shit.
Boots that worked: DC, 32. Fit width fine. Wide stuff. But my feet swim in them and I have to tie them down real tight. and then compensate with binding tightness. Yeah it sucks.
Burtons. Try them. I feel they are moderately wide. Get lace or speed lace so you can leave it just slightly loose in the lower zone if needed.
I tried k2 because of the Condo Boa they got. Excellent heel hold, but they crushed my left foot after 10 minutes of standing around the house.
Ride Tongue Tied. New this year, looks like the K2 system just different. Might buy a pair to try, not sure how Ride is with their widths.
Right now, I'm testing a pair of Burton Ambush's I got for $30 in Orlando from their factory store (we bought $3k worth of shit and they gave us 70% off their sales price). Bontex shim under the liner, Super Green feet (don't like Superfeet but I have them ... will replace soon), the butterfly thing in the back, and I'm going to make a thick piece of foam to put on the tongue nere my ankle. Let's see how that works.
I bought C-pads and ankle wraps from Tognar but don't like them. They're thin and then taper to nothing. At my local board shop, aka Sports Chalet, they had really thick wrap around pads so I had my wife ask for a pair of those. Everyone including me recommended Tognar but I won't buy from them again. I'll try this place next time:
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