Boots for wide feet
You don't say how wide your feet are. Feet have widths, not just length. Assuming your feet are EE or wider, you need to look at snowboard boots that are made for us "stabler people."
I ride nothing but Salomon Synapse Wide. I also buy them in person - I buy almost everything else on line - and get them fitted by a pro. I get the heat fit and heel wedges as I have a very wide (EEEE) foot but a narrow heel. That means that, without getting my boots fitted, my heel comes up a bit when I turn toeside...not a good thing for quick response.
They don't come in BOA. I've got no issue with BOA except way, way out in the backcountry where a failure in the system might be hard to rig and get back to civilization.
My advice - buy boots that fit so well you're happy to walk a mile or more in them. Then select the lacing system. Well-fitting and well-made boots will improve your riding more than...well, more than I imagined until I sprung for them.
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