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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 10-26-2012, 11:33 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks for all of the recommendations and advise! I really appreciate it. I will look into all of these brands and hopefully finally find a boot that can help my extremely weak feet I look forward to finally getting back out on the slopes without all the unnecessary pain!!! Thanks again everyone for all the help!
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K2 also makes a pretty wide toe-box on their boots. I've owned a few pair of 32s and just bought a pair of K2 Maysis for this year.
They may have a wide toebox but for people like that need a wide mid box they're a little narrow.

Salomon wides I think are even wider than 32's so check that.

I have narrow heel, wide mid box, and moderate toe box. yeah I'm screwed. Might need to find a boot fitter to stretch something for me.
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32's aren't that wide anymore. They've changed their last and now they have a average width throughout.

Ride, K2, and wide Salomon's are you best bet.

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i have what i would consider fairly wide feet i just got some dc judges from last year and they fit good they are dual boa too
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Thanks for all the additional advise guys! I will look into all of these and hopefully try some of these on and see what seems to work. So excited for the season to start!
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