I've had a pair of lange comp 120 in a 29.5 for quite a few years now. I bought a pair of super banshee in a 30.5, they fit and feel pretty good. Before the 120 I had lange in a 30.5 and they packed out after a few years. I haven't had custom insoles before and this year i'll get a pair. But i'm wondering if I should stick with the 29.5 and have some work done on the shell or stay with the 30.5. My current boots (the 120) are painful while sitting or standing and pretty much anything besides skiing but they perform great and never packed out so to say. I have a kid now and have been standing around alot more. After I stand around for for awhile and go back to skiing my feet throb in the boots and for the most part make the rest of my day suck. I'm hoping the size up and a foot bed will be the right ticket but I want the boots to last and perform. When I shell fit my foot I have about an inch behind my foot in the 30.5, my foot doesn't move at all and I have room for my toes it seems like a great boot. Is it to big?
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12/14/09 at 11:01am