Even though you share the wideness trait with me there may be other
factors that make a difference for you. But I would suggest looking at
these to get started. Good Luck.
Seriously, good luck. Find that elusive bootfitter and let him do the
work of finding you a boot.
> > I am a now-and-then beginner-level skier, but would like to buy a pair
> > boots rather than rent them, because my foot is atypical, at least in
> > America, so rental boots tend to be either too long or too tight. I have
> > high instep and a wide forefoot. I wear a mens 8.5 EEEE shoe. Shoes made
> > Europe, on wider lasts, tend to fit me much better than shoes made in
> > on narrow lasts. Judging from how well shoes made in Spain have fit me
> > the years, my guess is that a Spanish ski boot, if there is such a
> > likely to provide a decent fit. I'm hoping to find a relatively
> > pair of boots that can accommodate a mens 8.5 EEEE, and would be
> > for any suggestions or leads.
> > Thanks
> > Timo
> Hey Timo. I am not sure that you need boots. Or skis. Just get a good
> pair of liner socks and some heavy duty outers and let it rip.
> Seriously, good luck. Find that elusive bootfitter and let him do the
> work of finding you a boot.
>>Daleboot can fit anything.
> I would like to have your opinion, I am looking for skiing boots and am
> very interested in Salomon Xwave 8 for for women. If you have experienced
> Salomon Xwafe 8, please give me some advice. Thanks.
> I have had trouble for years. I have a men's 7 triple E (women's 8 Triple
> E), with a very wide forefoot but tiny heels. ANd I wear a built up
> orthotic so need boots taht'll accomodate the height of that. Last season
> they released a boot in this shape: Atomic B9 Widebody. It was actually
> wide enough but I had them blown wider at the lumpy bunion bits of my
> The boot has a super wide forefoot, a square toebox, very small heel, snug
> ankle and room in the instep for my high orthotics.
> > I would like to have your opinion, I am looking for skiing boots and am
> > very interested in Salomon Xwave 8 for for women. If you have experienced
> > with
> > Salomon Xwafe 8, please give me some advice. Thanks.
> These are a good boot all in all.
> What size are you looking for.
> the reason I'm asking is that there are a pair of womens x-wave 10 cherry
> red in a size 25.5 mondo.
> brand new for a $ 99.00 at the local play it again.