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    Carbon sizing

    I am looking at getting carbons. I wear 12 in Jordan's and Dunks, 11 1/2 sometimes. In Salomon I wear size 10. Do you think size 11 carbons would be straight without killing my toes?

    #2
    i wouldnt size down from anything you wear already, so get a 12. They look tiny anyway...

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      #3
      Judging off your shoe size, I would've said yes. but then you threw the curveball with saying you wore size 10 salomons... so I think 11 would be good for you. I wear 10 in Remz and the 10.5 carbon fits perfect. Very very snug, but I like that.


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        #4
        David what size shoe do you wear?

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          #5
          I would go with the 11's and heat them up to mold them to your feet a little better if they don't quite fit, but I really don't know what the fuck I'm talking about.

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            #6
            Originally posted by akkkill
            David what size shoe do you wear?
            Size 11. I even have my shoes pretty snug though... toes right up to the end.


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              #7
              Originally posted by sexydavid
              Judging off your shoe size, I would've said yes. but then you threw the curveball with saying you wore size 10 salomons... so I think 11 would be good for you. I wear 10 in Remz and the 10.5 carbon fits perfect. Very very snug, but I like that.
              i wear a size 10 shoe, sometimes 11 in some brands... and a size 10 remz fits me pretty relaxed. (that is what i skate) i just got my brother size 10.5 carbons, and they fit perfectly on me. a little snugger than a size 10 remz.

              13 years of my skating: www.youtube.com/ColinSander

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                #8
                More input.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by akkkill
                  More input.
                  Has anyone heat molded their krbzn yet?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by akkkill
                    More input.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by jakeordie
                      Originally posted by akkkill
                      More input.
                      Has anyone heat molded their krbzn yet?
                      My buddy Luke did. Worked like a charm, he says.

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