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Wide foot in Full Tilt Drop Kicks
Hi, I was wondering if the liners in the Drop Kicks will mold to wider foot people like me? And will I be able to ride comfortably in them without getting pain? And another question. Do your feet get sore fast when breaking boots in at first? Will I get use to it? Thanks errybodyy :))
Go to a bootfitter and try them on or just order booters and drop kicks and return the pair that don't fit the best!!!!
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As stated above you might want to go try them on at some ski shop etc. The booter is wider fit thought, should be better for you.
Yes very, very sore!! I got new boots for this season, and this was the first time i had gotten fitted(i went from a 28.5 spk to 27.5 full tilt). The bootfitter takes into account the fa t that they will packout, and be perfect for your feet, but the first couple of days are hell, but overall they will turn out great!
I have a wider foot and drop kicks. obviously go to a fitter. and ya your feet will get sore at first but it gets better. just habe to make sure not to tighten the toe strap too much otherwise it squeezes the foot too hard
A bootfitter should be able to mould the liners in store for you - so the first couple of days shouldn't be painful at all really. Also consider getting a moulded footbed, they make a huge difference. If you have wide feet, then look at the booters, rather than drop kicks - they have a bit more volume inside.
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