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Does your actual size still fit you at the end of the day of a long hike and with hiking socks? Or should you go a size up for that?

asked on 24 March 2019


It’s best to buy at least a half size larger than your normal shoe size. I bought a half size larger and that’s fine for me, but some people go up a whole size. Mine feel the same at the end of the day as they do at the start, but if you have the chance to try the boots in a shop, to find the most comfortable fit befor… see more It’s best to buy at least a half size larger than your normal shoe size. I bought a half size larger and that’s fine for me, but some people go up a whole size. Mine feel the same at the end of the day as they do at the start, but if you have the chance to try the boots in a shop, to find the most comfortable fit before buying online, then I’d advise doing that (as you don’t want them too big). Hope this helps. see less It’s best to buy at least a half size larger than your normal shoe size. I bought a half size larger and that’s fine for me, but some people go up a whole size. Mine feel the same at the end of the day as they do at the start, but if you have the chance to try the boots in a shop, to find the most comfortable fit before buying online, then I’d advise doing that (as you don’t want them too big). Hope this helps.
Catherine Harwood
· 25 March 2019
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