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Wading boots by shoe companies

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Re: Wading boots by shoe companies

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Post by sms » Mon Sep 14, 2020 10:42 am

Ok, so it is half a size larger. 10 should be about 294-295mm and 10 1/2 should be about 300-301mm:
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Re: Wading boots by shoe companies

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Post by Paul Arden » Mon Sep 14, 2020 11:31 am

The message I got was this -
Size wise, the idea is that the canyoners will be able to use the same size they normally use in hiking boots, but there is an extra volume added for the use of a 3/5mm neoprene sock. I send you a document where you can see how to nproceed. the Canyon Guide uses the EUROPE in terms of length, but is wider and has more volume. If you have very narrow feet, possibly a half-size smaller than normal would be an idea.. but watch out for the length!
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Post by Paul Arden » Mon Sep 14, 2020 11:40 am

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Re: Wading boots by shoe companies

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Post by sms » Wed Sep 30, 2020 9:04 pm

Are the Canyon Guides sturdy and stiff like high end wading boots or are the more flexible? I mean ankle support/protection.
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Post by Paul Arden » Wed Sep 30, 2020 11:39 pm

I haven’t been up the river yet. The waterfall idea hasn’t happened yet either! In fact I’m just back in the boat. I would say that the ankle support is good. There is far more movement in the sole compared to other boots. In this regards they are far closer to sports shoes than work boots. I think these will be very fast.

I’ve been waiting to hear that the river has cleared to head in, but no green light so far.

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