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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-11-2010, 06:17 AM
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Boot size Maysis Vs Burton

Hi Guys,

I can only buy boots over the internet (no stores anywhere even remotely close).

Anyway I have a pair of 09 Burton Hails size US 11.

They are too tight, they hurt and even just wearing the liners on their own I can only stand them for 30 mins at most.

I'm looking at a pair of K2 Maysis, and was wondering if there is a size difference between brands.

I'm pretty much dead on 29cm long, how much of a difference would you think half a size would make?

Trying to decide on 11.5 or 12, but its hard to find info about sizing differences between brands.

Edit: Whoops, title should have been K2 vs Burton =/

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-11-2010, 07:07 PM
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Although it probably won't help heaps I am in pretty much the same situation. Was looking into the K2 Maysis and heard that they fit pretty much exactly as they should. i.e. size 11 fits like size 11. Never actually got to try them on myself though as I ended up getting Vans' Cirro. Personally I would go with the K2s' as you've already had problems with the Burton.

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