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    Ridem
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    Front Range Lake Dealer

    Its been a mighty cold week of fun riding in the snow, but... I am tired of frozen feet. Anyone know of a shop in the Boulder / Denver area that sells the Lake winter shoes? In the review section, folks complain about narrow toe box and I want to avoid mailing wrong sizes back and forth.

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    You might want to look into some kashmir (answer).

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    Mountain High Cyclery sells Lakes, although current inventory is limited on sizes.

    I upsized from a 45 to a 46 and its a perfect fit for a nice set of warm wool socks. Upsize one more size if you wear 2 pairs. I'd call the toe-box average. It's not narrow but not overly generous either. Kinda like a Lange ski boot.
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