tomPietrowskiAlso just to add the BSL of a 28 ft is 318 mm so the same as most 27 boots so you are actually trying a size 9 boot if you were to equate it to shoe sizes.
Just shows shoe size has nothing to do with boot sizing. The only real way to be sized is a shell check.
Awesome thanks! This might be a pretty noob question, but I'm used to buying snowboard boots, but what's the difference between a professional boot-fitting, and going to a shop and having them measure your foot on the metal thing they would have at a normal show store? Because the closest professional boot-fitter is like 2 hours away from me
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