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Question SIDI boot sizing - March 7, 2010, 09:34 PM

looking at a pair of SIDIs online. how close are they on sizing? have only worn A*s in the past. thanks!


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March 7, 2010, 09:57 PM

Unfortunately they translates to half-sizes American. I wear 12's but a 47 Sidi translate to 12.5. I've learned to deal with the exceess.


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Unfortunately they translates to half-sizes American. I wear 12's but a 47 Sidi translate to 12.5. I've learned to deal with the exceess.

I also wear a 12 US but went with the 11.5 in the Vertigo Air. I thought the 12.5 was way too big and the 11.5 fits really good.

If I were you, I would go to colemans and try them on. They have a lot of sizes in stock (at the woodbridge location) and then you can order them from wherever you can get them the cheapest.


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toes are thin on the Sidis. I went to 48s before i found a comfortable fit. Try on a bunch at Colemans
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Do anyone know of any brand that can fit Larg Calf dudes? The only brand that I can find that I can slip my leathers into are Gearne's...but after my 2nd set I want something else.

Sidis will not fit nor Pumas....
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March 8, 2010, 09:13 PM

I'm a size 9 shoe and the 43 Sidi's fit me right (despite that they say US 9 1/2 on the box)
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