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i just bought the booter, and my dad says we might have to return them because it says on the site they are meant for "wider feet and "learning new tricks"...any booter owners know about this???
wider feet yes learning new tricks not really , get the dropkicks there dope
Does it fit your feet, was it recommended in person by a bootfittter?
If you bought them, and are now considering returning them, based solely on what a website told you, then I have an odd feeling you're going to have a horrible, horrible bootfitting experience.
yeah i just listened to the guy, i will put up another thread if they don't fit-he had to order them in
nice part about a full tilt is you can swap that 4 flex tounge out to a stiffer one for like 40 bucks thus making it a stiffer boot
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Really the only problem might be the wider foot part, if you have a slim foot booters are a bad choice. As far as "learning new tricks" I don't see how you could interpret that as bad? Who doesn't want to learn new tricks? haha
i think you meant wide...
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Why another thread? Update this one...As for fit, if it was someone who ordered them for you he was probably going solely on last size, Did you try on any other boots, or would you only accept full tilts...
he sized my foot, and they had booters and spks, but no spks in my size
helpp anyone with a normal width foot wear them?
Yes lol I have normal feet and they fit me..
then whats up with the wide thing?
Theres just I alittle more room for u toes basically.. bottom line u have to go to a bootfitter to see if even the fulltilts fit u
i did, it just seems like the guys clueless now tha i know this...27.5 for a 9 1/2 foot sound right?
I just got a pair myself and i would like to think i have pretty normal size feed (9.5) and i ended up getting the 26.5 because i like them a little tighter and they just fit me better for some reason. Not sure if that helps but ya.
First of all, there is no such thing as a normal foot. Your foot looks normal because it's yours... Even at its most simplest, feet are narrow, medium, wide. And boots are narrow or medium, or wide and you match your foot shape to the best last shape.
Concerning sizing for boots, you have to ignore what you street shoe size you wear (9 1/2) and ignore what mondo point (27.5) size is printed on the box. The millimeter measurement of the sole (boot sole length) is the best way to start the sizing process.
For example, a 27.5 FT Booter has a BSL of 315mm and a 27.5 FT Dropkick has a BSL of 310mm. Both are "27.5" but their length is quite different and this will reflect in how they fit.
Long story short, if you don't know what your actual foot width is nor a rough idea of your BSL, then you need to sit down with a boot-fitter and figure it out. A competent boot-fitter will remove the liner from the shell and perform a shell fit to see if the shell has the right dimensions for your foot shape. Only then will you know if you have a boot that is the right size for you, not someone else or their opinion of what works for them. People's opinion on what works for them is irrelevant for you- you don't have their foot so it doesn't matter what works for them. Find out what works for you.
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got them heat molded and bought new liners, they fit like a dream <3 thanks guys!
why would you buy new liners? considering they come with power wraps already?
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i didnt, they came with intuition liners, i meant footbeds..hahaa
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