so @Find Finn
is the AW14 sole what you were looking for?
If you have the money get these instead.
these are really ugly imo
It's up again now.
The main performance difference between Roccia Vet and Firenze is in warmth level they provide. Roccia Vet is warmer. It was -12 today and my feet didn't get cold by any means in Roccia Vet. They also are extremely comfy from day one.
Btw, I might find Begonia Morflex a little bit slippy, but nothing crucial comparing to Commando sole. It's just that nothing is helpful on ice :(
Could anyone please help me with Marostica Low sizing? I wear 42 in Vans (they are a bit roomy, but since there are no 41,5 and 41 is narrow I live with it). Tried CPs, but couldn't get their sizing working (40 too narrow, 41 too long and a bit loosy), so I'm a bit afraid of Italian leather sneakers. :) People said me they are TTS, but I'm not sure.
Reviving this thread... I was thinking of buying a pair of Diemme for winter commuting, mostly for slush/snow. It looks like the consensus is that they Roccia Vet isn't great for ice, but I honestly don't know what shoe/boot is good for ice that doesn't include spikes. I'm leaning towards the duck boot (Anatra), but I can't really find any reviews of it online.
Anyway, does anyone know how either of these would fair in a NY/NJ winter?
sizing info for Diemme X Stone Island S16 Combat boots (black top, white sole)
Foot length 28 cm, EUR 43, UK 8.5
DIemme: size 43 - a snug width and toes little squezed by toes box, a lil bit short.
size 44 - comfortable width fit, roomy toe box but boot not wobbling on foot. Insole length 28.7 cm