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hi im 15 year old and i want a good park/jib board i really want a capita stair master 2011 i want a size 152 but i have a size 11 boot and and the only wide color they have is pink and i ride duck stance 15/-9 and i was wonder if i would have any toe or heel drag and thanks in advances


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I have a Stairmaster 152 and faaat 10.5 boots and I don't notice any drag.
I'm thinking you should be okay too.
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Lame thread title with no information= No help. Sorry.
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ok but do u have the 2011?
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Originally Posted by Snowolf View Post

Size 11 boots are not going to be a problem on a standard width board; especially with a duck stance. Just make sure that you do a good job getting them centered on the board because you do not have much wiggle room...
True that. There was a time where wide boards were over 25cm width and anything bigger than a 10.5/11 in boots were in range of wide board selection. As boards have changed this decade waist widths of 25 are the norm. Combine that with boot technology making boots less bulky and you really dont have to worry about needing a wide until you get into the 11.5/12 area.


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