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Vans CIRRO - just bought them

The boots are going back to the store as they are causing some discomfort already not even in use... just walked around the house in them. The problem is I have a high arch and a wide foot. They are a bit narrow where the toung is stitched on top of the foot. This causes a little bit of pain. after 30min of wear i feel a lot of pressure on the side of the foot. I know vans run wider then most boots but the lack of heat molding is an issue. The 2011s have that btw...

I now ordered teh RIDE DEUCE they should be a little softer and perhaps will work for me.

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after about an hour of walking in the house in them i noticed some hot spots. When I just put them on they were perfectly comfy.

im going to wear them for a few days and keep you guys posted. when i loosened the boot a bit the pain went away but the hot spots where still there. Im going to keep yall updated.
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haha thanks for the reply.
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lol. i took a dump this afternoon.. twice
have u tried them on without the J bars?
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lol. i took a dump this afternoon.. twice
have u tried them on without the J bars?
i just took a dump... the J bars are comfy... no need to take them out the problem is in my for foot...
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aftermarket insoles, proper socks

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The stock insoles in those boots aren't that bad actually

I replaced mine with Remind insoles and couldn't tell a major difference

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The stock insoles in those boots aren't that bad actually

I replaced mine with Remind insoles and couldn't tell a major difference
boots are going back after my feet started aching after about 20 min in them... getting a pair or RIDEs and seeing how they work out.
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Sucks they aren't for you. Did you tighten them to much? I know I get hot spots in mine if I crank em down to tight...

But ya, I bet you won't go blabbing about how badass your next pair of boots are though ( =

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