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02-02-2012 07:04 AM
eek5 You'll be fine. I have smaller feet and ride a wider board for extra float in powder. Standing on your board with bare feet doesn't mean much anyway; your boot footprint will easily make up the extra space.
02-02-2012 05:23 AM
boarder boy
Width Worries

Hey guys, i picked up a reverb rocker and am now worried that i've made a mistake. I got the 148 with a waist width of 24.8cm which might not sound very wide to some of you but i only wear a size 7. When i stand on the inserts bare foot i've got a solid 1.5-2cm of underhang. I'd like to get some thoughts before i break it in. Can we put it down to paranoia or are my fears valid?

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