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Full tilt x Level 1 fitting size
I'm looking to buy a pair of full tilts for this winter. I like the level 1 collab style but I'm not sure about sizing. I've read all the stuff on how u have to try it on and everything but there are no stores around my house that carry full tilt. I have a size 13 foot in shoe sizing and have a wide foot (EE in skates). Would there be a style or size number in full tilts that would work best for me? I appreciate the time and help from you NS.
if your ee in skates there gonna be really narrow on you, dont buy boots on looks go to a place and get ones that fit.
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Do u have any recommendations for a full tilt boot model that would fit a wider foot?
You will NOT be able to ride full tilts. Go ahead and TRY on the booter or the high five (they both have a bit wider shell at 102mm last as apposed to the 99 on the regular shell) but they will probably still be too narrow for a EE foot. SPK's are one of your better park boot options. Also check out Atomic's boots with the Live Fit feature- the side of the toe box is soft rubber and can expand up to a 106mm last.
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The boosters have 102mm last width which is wider than the level 1 boots and all the other models with the same shell which have a 99mm width.
We are not boot fitters. If there are no stores around you that sell FTs then either go find a store, or get a different boot that fits.
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It really hard to give you any real advice without seeing your foot. We can't tell what size you are just because your are a 13 shoe. Usually people wear shoes much bigger then there measured size. For example I wear 10 in shoes but wear a 8 boot. Also we can't tell if your foot is lengthening by not ring surported. It may be that with a foot ed your foot goes down to an 11 shoe and also gets much narrower. All these factors come into play and its wht it is essential to go see a good boot fitter vid your local shops don't carry full tilt then you prob won't be in a full tilt. But there are loads of great boot so don't worry, go get fitted and go with what the fitter recommends.
Wide foot = no full tilts. The SPK's are what I would look at, they are awesome for my wide ass feet and super comfy.
^ its worth pointing out that spk's don't fit. High volume foot well. They have a very low instep and narrow heel. If you have a generally high volume foot boots from head, atomic and even other salomon boots will be a better choice. Having a wide foot does not automatically mean a spk will fit.
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