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post #1 of 11 Old 07-29-2014, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
 
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Touring boots for wide feet

I'm looking for a decent pair of riding boots for primarily on road use. I have read as well as discovered, by trying on, that most are fitted for a normal person. I don't have a crazy wide foot and normally wear just a 'wide' shoe or boot. Any and all recommendations are greatly appreciated, thanks!
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I have EEE feet and found airmotos fit
I took them to a shoe repair and had them stretched a bit and now they are very comfy


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I love my Alpinestar Scouts and my feet are EEE's.

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I love my Alpinestar Scouts and my feet are EEE's.
x2. Superb wide fitting boot for mild dual sport use.

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Tourmaster solutions come in wide sizes. Have served me well, on the low end budget side I guess. I get about 3-4 yrs use per pair.
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I have size 15 EEE and really like the fit of my Tourmaster Solution 2.0 (size 50) boots.... they stretched/shaped nicely after a few weeks and one good rain storm

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I have size 15 EEE and really like the fit of my Tourmaster Solution 2.0 (size 50) boots.... they stretched/shaped nicely after a few weeks and one good rain storm
Love my Tourmaster Solutions.. Good for those of us with wide feet.. I have had mine for about 3 years, had them repaired twice.. Hope to wear them for at least 3 more years / 60,000 miles.
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I appreciate everyone's feedback and will now ask if you're buying these online, and if so, what websites you recommend? Thanks for helping out the old newbie!
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TourMaster Solutions is likely the best and cheapest choice. If they aren't wide enough, bring them to a cobbler who can stretch them out. I wore 5E width for years, lost 145 pounds and my feet are now 3E. I still had the cobbler stretch them.

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