“When it says width what does W and M mean? ”

Asked by Kla from Nc on 9/12/2015 7:50:48 PM
  • w is width m means medium
    Answered on 9/12/2015 8:08:17 PM by Blah from Portland
  • Wide
    Medium
    I think.
    Answered on 9/13/2015 3:09:55 AM by Hellscream from Seoul
  • M= medium, and W= wide. These sandals seem to run a little wide. Medium width allowed the necessary protective frame around my feet for just about anything, from a cobble beach to church.
    Answered on 9/13/2015 5:36:29 AM by UP Nana from Upper Michigan
  • Typically it stands for the width of the shoe. M, I think stands for medium width, and W stands for wide width.
    Answered on 9/13/2015 6:29:52 AM by outdoor mom from WI
  • W is wide and M is medium. Most shoes will be an M even if they don't say it. Unless you order wide shoes normally get the M.
    Answered on 9/13/2015 1:24:16 PM by Lbseals from Oregon
  • Typically W is Wide and M is medium.

    I have M and it's plenty wide in the toes, but narrow in the heels. The heels are too narrow and since it's plastic, they do not give or stretch. I do not have wide heels, but I can't wear these on consecutive days because my heels get sore. I'd get W if your feet are at all wide. I wish I had gotten W, and I never wear wide shoes.
    Answered on 9/13/2015 4:36:24 PM by cavalier love from Central Washington State
  • W is for wide and M is for medium wide, or regular
    Answered on 9/13/2015 6:49:27 PM by Lynne from west Tetons
  • W= Wide and M= Medium width. I can't speak to the appropriate width for the men's sizing, but I wear a size 8.5 in women's with a slightly wider foot than average and I wear the 7M in men's for this specific shoe.
    Answered on 9/14/2015 3:36:09 PM by Tori from Lincoln
  • W and M indicate Wide or Medium width.
    Answered on 9/16/2015 3:44:10 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Company Headquarters
  • W and M indicate Wide or Medium width.
    Answered on 9/16/2015 3:44:14 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Company Headquarters
  • W and M indicate Wide or Medium width.
    Answered on 9/16/2015 3:44:15 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Company Headquarters