I can't guarantee the fit, but I would think you would want to go with your running shoe fit.
Answered on 3/14/2018 1:54:32 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
I am not an employee of this company only a user of the shoe and I can tell you that I normally wear a 8 in a regular shoe, 7.5 in a running shoe and I purchased a 7 in the Salomon and it is perfect. Hope this helps.
Answered on 3/14/2018 2:54:51 PM by Robin from North Carolina
I ordered a half size down from my normal street shoe size, figuring that a trail shoe or running shoe would build in extra space for thicker socks than a normal street shoe. In other words, the interior of a running shoe would already be larger than a street shoe because of the sock allowance. It worked for me. But if you normally order a full size up from your street shoes, buying your regular street shoe size in this brand would already be a half-size up, because this brand runs large.
Answered on 3/14/2018 3:14:12 PM by Earthwoman from Chicago suburb
You should base the size on your normal shoe size not you’re running shoe size. I wear an 8 1/2 and I had to go with an eight in these. When I hike, I wear a 9 or a 9 1/2 so I can wear two pairs of socks. I can wear an eight in these with two pairs of socks and still have plenty of toe room
Answered on 3/14/2018 4:42:28 PM by Veronica from Florida
I wear 8 to 8.5 in street shoes and 9W in running shoes and hiking boots. I currently have this shoe in a size 8 and it fits great.
Answered on 3/14/2018 5:01:09 PM by Eowyn's mom from Pennsylvania
I wear an 8 (occasionally a 7.5) in pretty much all kinds of shoes, including my Saucony running shoes. I bought the 7 in these and they are definitely not too small, I possibly could have gone smaller, but I think I picked right. I wear both liner and hiking socks when I hike in these and there is plenty of room. These definitely run big, I'd say a full size is right on.
Answered on 3/14/2018 7:09:28 PM by Joyce from Colorado
I don't know if I can really answer your question. I ordered the half size smaller than my regular size for all types of shoes, and that worked for me. I don't know why your running shoes are a full size larger than your street shoes. Type of socks used for running? Will you be running in these as well and use the same socks?
Answered on 3/15/2018 7:15:04 PM by Lovely Rita from Santa Barbara
Just to clarify: I intend to use this for trail running. I don't need a hiking shoe; I have two pairs. But I was looking for a waterproof/water-resistant trail running shoe. I started to "size up" for running shoes when I started training for my first half-marathon. That was the first time I went to a running store and got my gait analyzed. Based on the brand I liked (Brooks) the folks at the store suggested I go up a half size because my feet would swell on longer runs (I don't generally wear thick socks for running). After that first half, I decided I needed to go up another half size to run twice that distance. This may be specific to Brooks. Since I rarely buy other brands, that's why I'm asking.
Answered on 3/15/2018 7:33:44 PM by Brooklyn Runner from New York City
Not sure but I would use your street shoe size and order 1and1/2 size smaller as I did. I wear a 7 1/2 and ordered a size 6 and I still have wiggle room...very strange but true.
Answered on 3/18/2018 7:05:24 AM by Heather from NC