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Re: Need to Vary Size for Open vs Closed Toes


@Texasmouse wrote:

@Sooner same here. I'm always a 6M regardless of the type of footwear. (And I have Egyptian feet. Does that mean I walk like an Egyptian? 😄)


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Re: Need to Vary Size for Open vs Closed Toes

Greek with an argonaut on each foot right about the big toe joint.  That is a bunion, right?  Woman Very HappySmiley Wink

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Re: Need to Vary Size for Open vs Closed Toes

Very interesting.  I have noticed that I like to go down a half size for sandals to avoid having a lot of space showing around my toes. I too buy my shoes a half size larger in closed toe shoes.  

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Re: Need to Vary Size for Open vs Closed Toes

@x Hedge 

 

The thickness of your feet (skinnier/wide) also effect fit.

I go down in a size too in a sandal and have Greek feet.

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Re: Need to Vary Size for Open vs Closed Toes


@NameAlreadyTaken wrote:

Greek with an argonaut on each foot right about the big toe joint.  That is a bunion, right?  Woman Very HappySmiley Wink


 

Sounds like a bunion, but everyone I've known with bunion trouble had Egyptian feet. (strictly anecdotal)

 

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Re: Need to Vary Size for Open vs Closed Toes