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11-04-2012 10:15 AM
Sklarski Thanks for all the additional advise guys! I will look into all of these and hopefully try some of these on and see what seems to work. So excited for the season to start!
11-04-2012 02:39 AM
Bretfred i have what i would consider fairly wide feet i just got some dc judges from last year and they fit good they are dual boa too
11-04-2012 01:19 AM
Nivek 32's aren't that wide anymore. They've changed their last and now they have a average width throughout.

Ride, K2, and wide Salomon's are you best bet.
11-03-2012 11:44 PM
sxdaca 32 or Rome
10-26-2012 12:51 PM
Originally Posted by david_z View Post
K2 also makes a pretty wide toe-box on their boots. I've owned a few pair of 32s and just bought a pair of K2 Maysis for this year.
They may have a wide toebox but for people like that need a wide mid box they're a little narrow.

Salomon wides I think are even wider than 32's so check that.

I have narrow heel, wide mid box, and moderate toe box. yeah I'm screwed. Might need to find a boot fitter to stretch something for me.
10-26-2012 11:33 AM
Sklarski Thanks for all of the recommendations and advise! I really appreciate it. I will look into all of these brands and hopefully finally find a boot that can help my extremely weak feet I look forward to finally getting back out on the slopes without all the unnecessary pain!!! Thanks again everyone for all the help!
10-26-2012 06:29 AM
Tarzanman My west indian feet are moderately wide (E in sneakers). I wear a pair of K2 Ryker boots
10-26-2012 06:14 AM
slyder My feet aren't that big nor wide but I do have a wide foot.

I was sporting Vans up till last season and they were incredibly comfortable. Might want to give them a look as well.
10-26-2012 05:33 AM
chomps1211 Yup!! At the risk of being less than "original"!! I have to Ditto the 32's! I'm a 10.5 EEE streets and my 32 ST Boa's are quite comfortable!!

My 32's may be getting a bit prematurely packed out so I bought a pair of Salomon Faction's at the end of last season. They also seem to accommodate my ultra wide Dogs nicely!! Haven't ridden with them yet. They seem a bit more "Snug" than the 32's but not cramped or uncomfortable! (...the "Snug" feeling might just be the diff. between new verses packed out boots!)

Take LOTS of time trying on & walking around in the boots you're considering! Regardless of everything else you read here concerning SB gear, equipment, technique, skills etc., NOTHING will effect your riding or progression more than the comfort of your boots!!!!

If you can't stand to stay "In" your boots for long, you will spend a lot less time on the slopes!!
10-26-2012 04:40 AM
ttchad Salomon has 2 wide boots in their line. Salomon boots are nice! I have a pair of 11.5wide dialogues and they almost barely fit my rome targa binding but allow me to wear a much shorter boot preventing overhang. They would not work on last years flow's.
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