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People with longer feet have wider boots, 4mm per shell size in any given boot model.  Therefore, they should boot-out more.

 

 

A person in a 26 shell in a 100 last is skiing a narrower boot than a person in a 28 with a 95mm last.

 

So, actually, the "wider" shorter boot will be better in that regard.

 

 

 

 

So, do short-footed/smaller people get to have higher edge angles, or at least fewer boot-outs than taller/longer-footed people?