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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-23-2009, 08:07 PM
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boots for small feet people


I am new to this forum,

i really have small feet compare to my height.

I normally wear guys 7 size shoes, but this is a little bit big too,

I just wear 7 because anything smaller than 7 will make my feet look REALLY small..

so anyways you know how small my feet are now.

I currently wear size 10 boots for myself,

I got this boots for free so Im just wearing it,

I have to wear 4 socks to make it "a bit" fit to boots,

and when I ride, my hill goes up and leaves the feetbed,

so I think its time for me to buy new boots now

and I measured my foot size at Sport chalet, and worker told me my size is 7.5

(I guess boots size are a bit different from regular sneakers)

so.. I was just wondering

what boots are suitable for me?

Stores around my place dont have anything under 9,

workder told me I have to buy it off online,

so please,

can small feeted guys help me out?
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-23-2009, 11:07 PM
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Best help I can advise: find a shop that can size you and put you into a set of boots. Boots are not something you want to buy online and fit to your feet as an afterthought, it should be the other way around. I work with a few brands at Sportchek, and just purchased new boots myself, and know Ride and Burton tend to fit a little narrower than DC's or Northwave/Drake's, (LOVE my FUL's, by the way; so light, they're lighter than a good deal of shoes we have on the wall!), but there's not dead-set way to know which boot will fit you best without trying on at LEAST 3 or 4 different boots, preferably more if you can. The more you try, the more you'll have to choose between. Look for a shop that has more selection, or stock in your size, and get your feet into a boot instead of reading an online description and opening your wallet; ESPECIALLY important when it comes to your boots.
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