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which should i get there the same i know except the revolver is wider i have 11.5 shoes 10.5 boots im thinking evo r good choice??
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Evo R for sure.


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I think you're right on the upper end of what the Evo-R will fit, so go with it.

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I think you're right on the upper end of what the Evo-R will fit, so go with it.
so 11 boots would require the wider version?
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11 is the border. Either or. Though I normally recommend wider for more stability on jumps.

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I have a 158 Evo-R and it fits my size 11 Northwaves fine!


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I have size 12's on a 153 revolver and there just fine. I think the 153 is more midwide though. 26cm waist.

*edit* didnt notice the 10.5, evo should do just fine.

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