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Gear Review

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Maybe not for women?

I am 5'9, and I wear a 42.5 shoe. That is a man's 9.5 or a womans's 11. The 11/9.5 was slightly short, and a bit wide. I wouldn't risk it as I'd end up with toe trauma. The 43 was OK in the length but the boot was too wide. On the tightest buckle, my foot was still moving in the boot. I had to send them back.

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I'm a standard men's 10D. I had to go to 10.5 to get them long enough, but the width feels like a EEE. The strap over the top doesn't go in front of the tall part of my foot, so it doesn't hold my foot back, and my foor slides forward, crunching my toes in the front.

I've done about 30 miles of hiking in Kaua'i with these (with problems similar to Southern Utah Slickrock), and will readily admit they are the best shoe for wet slippery environments.

But, my toes are still numb.