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Hi Halo,

Yes, lets see some images of your measurements and please measure your barefoot width as well.


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Hey Wired,

Here they are hopefully they help.

I forgot to label my paper the first mark in the length is 27 cm and the second is 27.5 cm. The marks in the width is 9.5 cm and 10 cm.

Also have a couple pictures of my left foot in the Burton AMB 9.5 Liner.

Thanks for the help.

I probably should have flipped my foot around on the width measurement but the results were still the same.
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I probably should have flipped my foot around on the width measurement but the results were still the same.
If you don't mind, it is important that we do this again. Please reshoot the width making three changes. Medial side against the wall. Fully weight your foot (it will expand with weight on it). light pressure against the wall (just touching -do not distort the foot outline with the wall).

I am asking for the reshoot because your width is already Wide but only by 1 mm. That can often be worked out with a heat fit. I am suspect that we will get a different measurement when we remeasure.

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Here is another of my left foot witch is the slightly wider foot. Once again that second line is 10 CM and I'm really flattening the foot to try and make my foot as wide as I could and there is a hair of space so the 9.9 cm I originally got is pretty accurate.

These original numbers that my wife measured are dead on from what I've seen and I've re-measured a lot because of how tight the toes were.

Left foot:27.4 cm/9.9 cm wide.
Right foot: 27.2 cm/9.7 cm wide.

Thanks for all the help! Do I need to get into a wider boot?
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Thanks for taking that extra step. No, you are looking good width wise in a "normal" D at Mondo 275. Please measure the length (straight down the midline) of your Burton insert.
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Thanks for taking that extra step. No, you are looking good width wise in a "normal" D at Mondo 275. Please measure the length (straight down the midline) of your Burton insert.
I'll get one over to you tonight after work.

Thanks again for the help!
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Wife measured it and said it came out at 27 CM. Wondering if I should try a different brand in a 9.5? Or can I heat fit this boot?

I'm within the mondo size of 275 on the boot. Not sure why it's so snug.
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Wife measured it and said it came out at 27 CM. Wondering if I should try a different brand in a 9.5? Or can I heat fit this boot?

I'm within the mondo size of 275 on the boot. Not sure why it's so snug.
Hi,

That inser measurement is very normal. We typically see inerts ~ 1cm smaller than the boot size in performance boots. Your bare foot is .4 cm longer than the insert. This is waht allows your toes and heels to compress into the compliant liner materials. Yes, you should proceed to have these heat fit.


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Hi,

That inser measurement is very normal. We typically see inerts ~ 1cm smaller than the boot size in performance boots. Your bare foot is .4 cm longer than the insert. This is waht allows your toes and heels to compress into the compliant liner materials. Yes, you should proceed to have these heat fit.
Sounds good, I was just worried about that left foot and having to curl my toes to walk in it. But i'll try to find a place here in SLC to heat fit these and I should be good.

Thanks for the replies, helped a bunch!
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Trying to get some new boots since I found that a 9 doesn't really fit me well. I'm at 25 cm...is that an 8 or 8.5 for a good fit?
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