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03-02-2014 11:41 AM
Wes_Dark UPDATE: I rode in the Lunarendors for the first time yesterday and they felt amazing. They broke in pretty quickly and were a joy to wear all day.

I had no inserts in them and they were a perfect flex matched with my proto hd and flux ds bindings.
02-27-2014 03:40 PM
Wes_Dark I'm keeping these boots. if they don't pack in I'll sell them next year. I got them brand new for $250 anyway.
02-25-2014 10:47 PM
Wes_Dark I finally figured it out. The right boot is great. Feels like a tight pillow.

The left boot, the of my foot is jamming into the side of the boot, where the footbed meets the sidewall. My left foot is too wide. Right foot is fine.

Damn it. I really wanted to keep these. They look great with my Flux ds bindings.

oh well.
02-25-2014 01:28 PM
thedru13 From my research that isn't the case with the lunarendors.. They have a decent sized toebox... My foot is not narrow by anymeans and I don't have a width issue with them.

Originally Posted by BoardChitless View Post
I personally think some Nike boots are for a narrower foot, but I have not tried on this year's Lunarendors.
02-25-2014 01:26 PM
Originally Posted by BoardChitless View Post
I personally think some Nike boots are for a narrower foot, but I have not tried on this year's Lunarendors.
I'm starting to think that too. I might go for some burton rulers.
02-25-2014 01:23 PM
Originally Posted by Wes_Dark View Post
pain is normally on my left foot (the larger foot) and it's on the outside sole.

It could be because my foot is too wide for the boot, maybe.
I personally think some Nike boots are for a narrower foot, but I have not tried on this year's Lunarendors.
02-25-2014 08:09 AM
thedru13 I think that is all part of the learning process. I thought if i crank down on my laces my heel won't move.. So been doing a ton of research as well as trying differnt things. I have gone with some foot beds for my flat foot. Helps a bit. I also have a narrow heel so I really crank down on the inner laces to hold the heel in. I think I may have to add some of the j bars but going to finish out this season as is. I also find that when I lace my boot I leave the bottom part a lil bit looser. If I really crank down on that I get a bit of foot pain. I really do crank down on the upper part of teh boot to hold my leg and foot in place. Try different configs and see what works. I have yet to find a perfect combo... But i will say my feet don't hurt to the point where i have to stop riding anymore.
02-25-2014 07:12 AM
Wes_Dark Maybe I'm just lacing them too tightly? Which I thought was the idea actually.
02-24-2014 11:02 PM
Originally Posted by thedru13 View Post
I am a size 12 as well. I even wear a size 13 in some sneakers.. I got these in an 11.5 and much better fit. Its odd your feet go numb.. Are you tying them to tight? Are you wearing a thick sock? Also where is the pain on your foot. I had some pressure points on mine and found that the inner lace rings were twisted and causing a pressure point.
I'll just chip in here and say my sizing experience was the exact same. I usually wear 13 in Nikes, sometimes 12. And My Nike x Poler Vapen boots are 11.5.

Best boots I've ever owned by the way. I was hesitant to give Nike a shot, but those boots are so comfy.
02-24-2014 10:26 PM
thedru13 The toe box is pretty big in this boot. I found that if i don't crank down on the bottom laces and have the upper part tight my foot was more comfy. But yah if they don't feel right i would return them.
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