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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

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I went for a size up for this reason based on my previous merrell boots. My feet are much happier at the end of a long hike. So yes I would go for a size up
Dr Lis
· 24 March 2019
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Yes. Size good for me. I am a size 4 or sometimes 4. 5 in shoe. I bought 4. 5 in these boots. They fit well all day hiking with hiking socks.
A S Gill
· 24 March 2019
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I always buy walking boots 1 1/2 size above my normal size to allow for swelling etc. I also wear thick hiking socks. Bought these in November in preparation for my 100K charity walk in June and I’m finding them very comfortable.
A. Thomas
· 24 March 2019
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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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We found they come a bit on the small size. The great thing is they come in half sizes (uk) so my wife went up to the next size 5.5 and they have been perfect
· 24 March 2019
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