I understand the width of a ski boots, or rather the width of the last used to make the boot, is always quoted based on a size 26/26.5 modopoint boot.
Please can anyone give me a rough indication of how much the width would increase as the boot size increases? i.e. If a boot is quoted as 97mm (in a 26/26.5) what is the width likely to be in say a size 28 boot?
I appreciate that this can only be a rough guide and different manufactures boots may vary etc. etc. but when I recently when you look at buying a new pair of boots and had my feet measured at 98mm and 100mm, I was recommend a pair of Lange's at 100mm. When I tried them on they felt far too wide but given that they were are size 29, I am guessing this is because they would have been well over 100mm in that size?
Needless to say I will be trying another shop in due course and a few different models but it would be good to have a bit more knowledge beforehand.