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Old May 10th, 2011, 08:42 PM   #1
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Default Xsjado footwrap fit

I'm about to order some Xsjado stuff, and don't have the option to try out the sneakers up front.

My K2 M84 fits really well, so I'm hoping someone having experience with both the K2 and the Xsjado footwraps can tell me how the sneakers shape/fit-wise compare to the K2, and likewise how much difference there is between the various sneaker versions.

Foot-wise, I have a fairly healthy shape, i.e. not wide/flat, no high wrist.
I've had a foot enjury; it's ok now, but I avoid shoes which press-in sideways on the big toe.
Judging the looks of those sneakers, they seem to be build in fairly healthy shapes, but pics can of course be deceiving..

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