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How do I know what is the width of the board that I need to fit my boot size?

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8 or Smaller Board Width 24cm or less (Narrow) 8.5 - 10.5 Board Width 24 - 26cm (Regular) 10.5 or Larger Board Width 26cm or More (Wide)

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