Reviewed by HikerBob from Western Mass on Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Very comfortable pair of boots, have worn these out into the cold/snow a few times now and have kept my feet warm and dry. Also used for snowshoeing excellent fit and comfort with Redfeather snowshoes. I wear a size 10 ordered 10's fit perfect, in fact these boots seem to fit better each time I wear them.
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Answered on 12/7/2015 4:33:34 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
I have some Redfeather Hike snowshoes and they seem to fit just fine.
Answered on 1/6/2015 9:26:56 PM by Garrett from Wisconsin
i wish i could answer that. i don't know anything about snowshoeing, and neither does the person i bought these for. i only know that he loves the boots, and they run true to size.
Answered on 1/7/2015 8:55:02 AM by maykay from west
I would say they would which is one of the reasons I purchased them for just haven't had the chance yet. But I did wear them today in 10 degree weather all day and my feet stayed plenty warm. Hope this helps you
Answered on 1/7/2015 6:33:05 PM by mtnhiker from New Hampshire
I bought thrsr as a gift. The recipient wears a size 8, and that is the size i ordered. They fit him perfectly.
Answered on 12/1/2014 2:39:37 PM by maykay from west
I usually wear a size 11-11 1/2 and ordered a size 12 thinking that I would probably wear thick wool socks. As it turned out the size 12 were too big and I reordered size 11. They fit much better, even with a fairly thick wool sock, and there is still a little room at the toe.
Answered on 1/7/2015 10:13:44 PM by Wheeler Canyon Ted from Ventura CA
I am a woman that wears a women' wide 9. I usually buy men's size 8 boots and shoes for the proper width. This works well for me. This boot, however, was a bit snug on the 8, and I probably could have used an 8.5, but they don't come in half sizes. So I bought the 9 and wear them with a sock liner and wool sock. This way they fit perfectly. So in my opinion, you should size up one size for a more appropriate fit for a winter boot that is worn with heavy socks.
Answered on 2/14/2015 2:27:25 PM by Kneat Knitter from NYS