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I've been reading some reviews on several boots, and I'm about to buy my first pair. Let me give you some points on my riding and feet. I'm not a Track Rider, I'm most of the time ridding the streets, and the curvy roads on the weekend, so that gives you an idea of the type of Boot I'm looking for. About my feet... well, I have small feet, Bonney Ankle, not much of a big calf, BUT have BIIIIIGGG BUNIONS on both feet!!! :nocontrol For those who don't know what those are, I'm posting the definition at the bottom of the thread. THING IS THAT I CAN'T WEAR TIGHT SHOES, or what I do si get one size bigger ones. So, I was reading some reviews and between brands, some are more comfortable than others, some come more wide in some parts than others... and that's where I can use some help. I Kindda saw the Joe Rocket's Super Street, but don't know about going to the Road... or the A* SMX-4 or Supertech, and have seen some Gaerne and Sidi's... but I'm not sure they are too "racy" for me. So, as I know you guys are the greatest... :bow can anyone give me some pointers here??!!! THANKS!!!!


"The common bunion is a localized area of enlargement of the inner portion of the joint at the base of the big toe. The enlargement actually represents additional bone formation, often in combination with a misalignment of the big toe. The normal position of the big toe (straight forward) becomes outward-directed toward the smaller toes. The enlarged joint at the base of the big toe (the first metatarsophalangeal joint) can become inflamed with redness, tenderness, and pain."
 

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Advice? Go try on lots of boots at a store. Walk around in em for 20 mins. If they are leather, they will stretch a bit.

Thats about all the advice you'll get I think. Boots and leathers etc... they all fit differently, so its a trial and error issue.
 

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Advice? Go try on lots of boots at a store. Walk around in em for 20 mins. If they are leather, they will stretch a bit.

Thats about all the advice you'll get I think. Boots and leathers etc... they all fit differently, so its a trial and error issue.
+1 try them on to see what fits.
 

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Forgot to mention... Here in México, stores have limited numbers by the model, so it's hard to try and try and keep on trying with your exact number at different models. It's kind of a "blind buy"!!! :(
 
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