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This is a great thread.

I've been riding a pair of 32 M's Double Boa size 10.5 for a number of years. I always have pain on the outside of my feet in the middle front to back. This year I would like to get a stiffer boot and it would be great if they didn't hurt my feet. I ordered a pair of TM-2 Double Boa Wide in 11 which seem to fit well outside the pressure they put on the top/front of my foot/ankle when flexing. Still in my return window though... I chose to go with an 11 this time since my second toe tends to curl in the 10.5 and I lost both nails on my big toes one year. (learned to trim them very short before riding after that experience)

So, I started researching, found your measurement advice and hope you can steer me to the correct boot.

My measurements:
Right - 28.2cm, 10.5cm
Left - 28cm, 10.3cm
I have Morton's toe and measured accordingly.
I'm pointing to where the pain is while wearing my old boots in the attached picture.

Thanks in advance.
Human body Gesture Barefoot Toe Foot
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