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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-31-2011, 11:22 AM Thread Starter
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Boot Size?

I know in general it varies by brand but just curious on everyone's boot size in relation to their shoe size?

I'm a 10.5 shoe size but have been riding in a 12 size boot for about 8 years. At the advice from the guy at the store I went with a 10.5 on the new boots I purchased.
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I don't have my own boots, but when I went 2 weeks ago I rented a pair..
This is how they compared:
Regular Shoes: Size 9, Nike SB's
Boots: 10 (They fit perfectly, I went boarding for 10 hours, no exaggeration, and didn't feel any pain), I think they were "Flow Snowboarding" boots.
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I wear 11 or 11.5 shoes and wear a 10.5 salomon boot
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I'm a 7.5 in shoes and a 7.5 in Northwaves. But I think I have magic feet cause I seem to be the same size across most brands even when people tell me the shoes run big/small.
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I think it really depends on the manufacturer. I normally wear a 10 shoe but my Thirty-Two boots are 9.5
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9.5 Nike shoes
9.5 DC boots
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10.5 street shoe, size 10 thirtytwo boot. In other boots though, I've ranged from about 9.0-10.5.

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8.5 Adidas samba.

just got a pair of Nitro Team TLS in 8.0 and they fit very well. Still getting used to the heal cups they use (got them 2 days ago and have not hit the slopes yet...). But as far as sizing goes, 8.0 was the way to go.
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I wear 11 or 11.5 shoes and wear a 10.5 salomon boot
your are the first person i heard the boot size is smaller than shoe size
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freaking jersey suck, there are no winter sport shops in my area. I will have to go to Dick's or Sport Authority to buy boots.
I wear size 9 shoe but i order a boot(size9) from TruSnow.com . The boots were too tight.
Do you guy have any luck ordering boots online?
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