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Salomon F22 boots - size 10

I just picked up a pair of Ride RFL's and no longer need my F22s. I've used them roughly 15 days or so, and don't hardly show any wear at all. The only issue is the quick draw lace for the inner boot on one of the boots broke, but I was able to do a quick fix on it (see pictures). The boots come with Superfeet REDhot inserts as well.

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i wish they were 11-11.5 awesome boot. super stiff boot
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Great boots. I have two pairs.

They're stiff out of the box but but break in well.

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I have some f20's Love them but they dont fit very well in cartels or rides spi's. Im wondering how these fit in those bindings?
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I've got some older SPi's that they fit fine in. The F series are low profil, so you may find the need to size down on your bindings.

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how is the fit compared to shoe size? i have 9.5 boots but could really use 10's instead..the 9.5s are just a liiiiiiiittle too tight


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I wear a 10.5 - 11 shoe. My F22s are 10s. Hope that helps.

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I wear a 10.5 - 11 shoe. My F22s are 10s. Hope that helps.
I'm about the same as well. I usually wear size 10.5 street shoes, but had to downsize to 10 in the F22s.
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