And to add my two cents...I have small feet, and find that women's shoes fit me much better, because if I go to men's sizing, I am the smallest that the have. But I usually try on both, and whichever fits better, I go with!
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I find, in general, that the menís shoes are a little wider. I have three pairs of shoes and all are menís shoes. (Guess that means I have fat feet!)But that doesnít always hold true. Some manufacturers have a narrower shoe than others. I say just buy it and see if you like the fit. You can always send it back. There seems to be a better selection in menís shoes.
Do not look where you fell, but where you slipped. African proverb
Since I don't have enough work to keep me busy I seem to have a lot of time to peruse the internet for biking goodies.
Based on KJEANNE's helpful information at the Spinning board I thought I might invest in some MTB shoes especially if there's a good deal. Performance Bike has some cycling shoes on sale. I was thinking of getting a male shoe in my size because it's cheaper. I was wondering if anyone had experience buying a men's shoe who is a woman and if anyone thinks there's a major difference or not.
Edited by: F8TH637 at: 4/20/2007 (12:03)
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