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02-01-2012 03:06 PM
jcblitz
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Originally Posted by PA n8 View Post
I have wider feet as well.

I got fitted for a pair of running shoes over the summer and ended up with a pair of asics in size 10 2E and are a perfect fit and so comfortable. I also bought a pair of 32 Lashed in size 10 in the off season and they fit great. So I would highly recommend checking out 32. The boots are the one part of my setup I didn't buy online, I knew I had to try them on because of my sizing.
I just bought a pair of lashed and I'm waiting to try them out (too warm around here). Just walking around my house, they feel pretty good. I think I mentioned above, I'm a 10E
02-01-2012 12:48 PM
PA n8 I have wider feet as well.

I got fitted for a pair of running shoes over the summer and ended up with a pair of asics in size 10 2E and are a perfect fit and so comfortable. I also bought a pair of 32 Lashed in size 10 in the off season and they fit great. So I would highly recommend checking out 32. The boots are the one part of my setup I didn't buy online, I knew I had to try them on because of my sizing.
01-31-2012 12:13 AM
iCookRice Aaah, Alright. Thanks a lot!
01-30-2012 10:32 PM
jpchase
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Originally Posted by iCookRice View Post
I was looking into the synapse. Quick question, What does "D" and "E" stand for? and how do you know what you are?
It represents the width of the boot.

"D" is medium width

"E" is a size wider
01-30-2012 10:04 PM
iCookRice I was looking into the synapse. Quick question, What does "D" and "E" stand for? and how do you know what you are?
01-30-2012 08:44 PM
d15 Try out the Burton Serow's. Originally made for the Japanese market, they have an "Asian" fit, which actually means the width is a little wider.

Otherwise, you're going to have to find heat moldable boots for better fit.
01-29-2012 10:08 PM
Gustov
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Originally Posted by bgmic58 View Post
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.
01-29-2012 10:06 PM
bgmic58
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Originally Posted by Gustov View Post
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
01-29-2012 09:59 PM
ttccnn Burton Ambush is pretty wide, and imperial is also not bad
01-29-2012 09:50 PM
Gustov 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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