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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-19-2011, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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Wide feet boots

I'm in the market for new boots, and would like some testimonials on those with wider feet.

Are there certain brands that are more comfortable with this issue?
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From personal experience I find Northwaves to be good for my wide feet.
Tried 32's one year and they hurt to the point of me having to stop and untie them for a rest after a few runs.
I'm on my third pair of Northwaves and my next ones will probably be Northwaves again.

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i go to my local shop and try a million different pairs until i find one that fits...ive had good luck with flows believe it or not, they were the cheapest boots they had too haha but some brands have completely different sizing on different models (infact most brands do) so just go to your shop and try some on

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I'll second the wider northwaves. They've been consistently wide enough for me. But definitely try them on first. Boots are the most important purchase IMO.
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I've got wide feet and I ride in 2010 Malamute's.
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Salomon Dialogue WIDE. I have wide feet and after a lot painfull seasons I switched to these and wont buy anything else. Good quality boot and very comfy for wide feet.
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Ride makes a boot called the "Bigfoot Boot" if you can find anyone who carries it.
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