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Aug 16, 2014
I am a size 7 with a 15 inch calf width and this did not fit. Wish Zappos can provide measurements for the calf width as well. Love the boot, but need to return it as it does not fit and was told even if I go up a size there is not much difference in the calf width. Moral of the story - make sure you have skinny calves or forget about wearing these beauties.
Aug 13, 2014
I just received these and are sending them back for a size smaller. I figured I'm usually an 8.5, so the 8 would be good..if you look at the size chart you can measure your feet, and I had a full 3/4 inch left after my foot measurement...too much room even with socks. Plus I think the width adds to the room. Otherwise love them, and wish I had been able to get them in Aubergine.
Aug 8, 2014
from United States
I ordered these boots in both the 8 and 9. I am usually an 8½ (39) which should be the 8 according to Hunter's guide. The foot size seemed correct in the 8, even though I had some trouble sliding my feet in. However, the major problem with these boots is that the calf area is way too tight in both sizes. I am a runner so I have fairly muscular calves, but I think that my calves are in proportion with my foot size! I have had this problem with many different brands of rain boots, too. I will try the Hunter with adjustable back next!
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