• I'm usually a 7.5 or 8 if I want them a tiny bit big for running but I bought a 8.5. If a UK 7 fits like a glove I would recommend two sizes up. No. These are not water resistant. They have a breathable/airy mesh toe box.
    Answered on 6/16/2017 7:07:58 AM by Larissa from Moab Ut
  • According to La Sportiva, a UK 7 is equivalent to an EU 40.5.
    Answered on 6/16/2017 9:04:01 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
  • If you are looking for a LaSportiva Bushido shoe in a size 7, you need to purchase the UK size 38. However, I caution you that my experience is this shoe runs slightly small so the UK size 38.5 may work much better.
    They are NOT water resistant!
    This is, in my opinion, the very BEST shoe for trailing and nordic walk. I love them so much that I purchased 5 pairs. The pair I purchased last year are now my gardening shoes.
    Answered on 6/16/2017 9:08:59 AM by Yooper girl from Upper Michigan
  • I don't know the UK sizing system.The sizing (from euro to US sizing was very precise,so if you can find the euro to UK chart somewhere,I would trust the sizing) .These shoes would be extremely good for trailing and Nordic walk. Very grippy,good support,close fit at the heel and very roomy toebox.Lightweight but sturdy,breatheable construction.Love these shoes!
    Answered on 6/16/2017 9:50:31 AM by poodlegal from Cali
  • I measure a 4.5D, and generally have to get a 5-5.5 in order to get the width since no one MAKES wider shoes. In the case of running shoes, I have to get a 6M, and these are o different - the 37 fits pretty well, and though I am used to a more aggressive trail running shoe in terms of being both supple enough, protective enough and grippy, this shoe is great for walking, and a bit of running, though I have not run more than about 2 miles in it on trail. Not great on the road like most trail runners, because the aggressive grip does no good on roads, and there is less cushion. I do like them and while I don't pan to change form my #1 running shoe, I will love wearing these mainly for hiking an short runs
    Answered on 6/16/2017 11:04:28 AM by Sandy the Trail Runner from CA