I ordered 12’s, which is the size I wear all of my boots these days. I will say at first I was worried because they felt a little tight. But I have the normal amount of toe room. I think the tight feeling is more due to the ankle support system and just the fact that they are constructed better than most boots. The more I wear them the better they feel. To me there’s nothing worse than buying a pair of boots that feel great in the store, then 3 months later they feel “wollered out” and sloppy after they softened up. In short, I’d say they are true to size. If you’re a tweener, go up a half size. I just ordered another pair the other day and again went with a size 12. I’ll let you know if there’s any issue.
Awesome tread pattern. And despite these being a lower boot, more like hiking boot height, the amount of ankle support is extraordinary. They would be great for the hills of SE Ohio. These will likely see more work than play, but if I was getting them as a “hunting boot” I’d probably opt for the taller version... for a bit more freeboard when crossing streams and wet areas. These are the little brother to the Idaho GTXs. Fit is absolutely perfect so far. True to size pair of 12’s.That tread has me sold. Good hill gripping tread.
There is absolutely no instance where the saying “get what you pay for” rings more true than when buying boots. I will be dumbfounded if you don’t fall in love with them.Someone send @jagermeister a commission check. No place to try these on within 2 hours, so I'll roll the dice and risk the shipping on a return. I'm ready to take the next leap in boot after wearing out 2 $200 pairs in the last 5 years.
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Yup, I also got the Bosch wiper blades after reading a post on here last year. The field tests on here are spot on...people will tell you what is good and what is trash.The insulated Nevada looks like a nice boot. Haven't been steered wrong around here yet. From bosch wiper blades to tulster holsters lol. I hear there's a check coming so I know where 425$ of it is going lol.
Sort of reminds me of the "pay once, cry once" saying. In many instances this is very true.My dad had an adage I heard a bunch growing up. "The one thing worth spending money on are boots." As a surveyor, he "hiked" more than the common man and always had nice boots even when he had nothing else that was "nice".