“For those with wider feet, is the D width wide enough for you”

Asked by Nic from Georgia on 3/11/2018 12:03:03 PM
  • I have pretty flat wide feet. Some shoes are too tight in the bunion areas, but I got D width and they’re good. I wear size 7.5 in clarks desert boot and I got 7.5 in iron rangers too. My suggestion is to go to a red wing store and try some on to make sure you get the right size
    Answered on 3/11/2018 12:27:13 PM by Vincent from Indiana
  • My brannock sizing for width is in between 12.5D and 12.5E on the right, and between 12.5E and 12.5EE on the left since I have bunions on both feet. I have the 11.5D width boot and it fits just fine since they run big overall. I am on the lean side though so you may have to factor that in as well.
    Answered on 3/11/2018 1:31:04 PM by Steve from California
  • I would say that's probably a 50/50 proposition. My feet are "slightly" wide, and my Iron Rangers fit great, but if my feet were even just a tad wider - I would've been SOL. Your concern is perfectly justified. I suggest that you go to a Red Wing retail store first, get your feet measured there, then come back to Sierra Trading Post after your know for sure if the boots fit.
    Answered on 3/11/2018 1:38:24 PM by Steve from D.C. from Washington DC
  • Yes, although it's not a very wide boot.
    Answered on 3/11/2018 5:02:40 PM by rogun from USA
  • Based on my experience The last This is made on is fairly narrow. They do make an EE width in some of the Iron Ranger models.
    Answered on 3/11/2018 5:21:02 PM by JS from PA
  • Sorry can't help ...I don't have a wide foot...I measure C to D width and the boots fit great
    Answered on 3/12/2018 6:50:59 AM by steve from Nashville
  • I really can't answer that question as I have a medium width foot. I have always worn a 9.5 D in most shoes and these are true to size. Very comfortable and wear well.
    Answered on 3/12/2018 7:33:53 AM by Colorado 14ner from Colorado
  • yes, that is enough
    Answered on 4/2/2018 8:08:36 PM by FTXTA HDB from Portland