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Best boots for wide feet?

I'm wondering...which boot best fits wide feet, because my burton motos are squeezing my feet, and I have to take off my boots every hour or so because it hurts so bad.
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try the search at the top right of the page, this has been discussed before.

salomon makes wide versions of many of their boots.

vans has fairly wide boots, but they are kinda low tech.
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in my experience with boot fitting, 32, flow and burton tend to be on the wider side (i believe they all use a D width standard but i could be wrong). Defiantly nike, ride and DC would be narrow brands not good for wide feet. Also note that if ur feet hurt while riding it could be problems with your arch or shape not necessarily the boots.

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How wide? Mine are slightly wide, E instead of D, and I know I'm having a hell of a time finding proper fitting boots. I currently have a pair of Salmon F20s, but I bought them too small (length), but the width is good.
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Salomon makes their Synapse, Dialogue and for 2012-2013 a new model the Triumph in wide widths. The models are called Synapse Wide and Dialogue Wide. My Synapse Wide are perfect for my 3E width feet.
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Throw another vote to synapse, lovve those boots!
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how is the lacing on those salomon boots? i might get some wide boots some day, but i'm hesitant to get anything other than standard laces.
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Burton Ambush is pretty wide, and imperial is also not bad
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how is the lacing on those salomon boots? i might get some wide boots some day, but i'm hesitant to get anything other than standard laces.
A little goofy, but I think you can put normal laces in them
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A little goofy, but I think you can put normal laces in them
yeah, i was just realizing that's easily possible. i'll probably pick some up if i find a sale somewhere.
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