Originally Posted by OlafG
I'm 10.5 Wide as shit on Brannock. Probably EEEEE or some shit. Do you think a pair of SD's in 11.5EE could work? I have 1k's in 11EEE and they fit ok. Little big in the toe box but with boot socks and insole they are good. Indy in 10.5EEE is okay after break in.
If you have oxen feet (like I do) White's makes an FF (which is an EE. You'll notice their widths go: E, EE, F,FF.
They told me that F=EE and FF=EEEE.)
If you are wearing 10.5 and 11 in other boots, I wouldn't go to an 11.5. I feel they run a smidge long. My guess is that a 10.5 FF would work for you. Trace your feet. Either mail them in, or break out a ruler and see where you fall.
If you have EEEs that took some break in, you should check out White's in an FF. I hear so many people talking about rough break-in. My two pairs of Whites didn't need any break in at all. A well fitting shoe or boot really shouldn't take much break in. My feeling is that many people buy D width because they are used to buying off the rack shoes that only come in D width. But they probably have E or EE feet and don't know it.
This is from Wesco, not White's, but it is a good table to get an idea of how widths and sizes go together.
My feet measure size 9 and are 4.5" wide, which is off this chart. I ran it by Kyle and Bakers and he agreed that FF was the size to go for me.