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|05-08-2009 02:17 AM|
i have wide feet and the Salomon dialogue wides are so perfect.
like wearing slippers on the mountain.
everything else hurt my feet bad :P
|05-07-2009 09:54 PM|
|squishydonut||DC's boots are wide as well.|
|05-03-2009 01:43 AM|
I'm pretty similar to you, had good luck with the Salomon Symbio, it is however, an entry level boot and probably wouldn't hold up well.
I ended up getting the Burton Ozone, which should be here in a couple days. It is a park boot, and I'm mostly freestyle, but honestly it fit perfectly, and I mean absolutely perfectly, had amazing heel hold, and was a great price, and so I went for it. If they only work for a year, then so be it, 134 bucks for a boots that I used for a year (and then kept as a backup) is not a bad deal AT ALL.
But it's all subjective. I'd check them out though if you can live with a pretty flexy boot.
|05-02-2009 10:37 PM|
|thomas.s.miller||salomon wide series boots, and i think vans are prety wide.both fit me great.|
|05-02-2009 08:57 PM|
I have the same problem. For the first time in my snowboarding career I rode this year without foot pain thanks to Salomon Dialogue wide boots. I am very happy with them and will ride them always. I believe they have three boots in their lineup that come in wide widths. Dialogue, Synapse and a lower end freestyle boot whose name escapes me at the moment. I have what they call a dancers foot...exactly as you describe; high arch double E width.
I think the Salomons will make you a very happy camper....worked for me.
|05-02-2009 08:06 PM|
Boots for wide feet?
I have yet to find the perfect boot for my feet. Some of them feel great in the shop but after hours on the hill its a little different. I have high arches and slightly wide feet. Was just wondering what other people with similar characteristics use. I have never tried Salomons so any input on those would be appreciated.