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A question about shoe sizing


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Dec 25, 2008
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I'm browsing around for some casual western boots, and since the selection where I live is very limited I'm thinking I may have to order them online.

Of the shoes I currently own and wear, most are size EUR 44, 1 pair is US 10, 1 pair is EUR 45, 2 pairs are US 10.5 and 1 pair is EUR 43. How do I know which size to order in boots? Also, I'm wondering which width would I need? The ones I already own in US sizes have no letters after their number. If I remember correctly, the US 10.5 and EUR 45 were chosen because my feet were too wide for the US 10/EUR 44 in these shoes. What letter would I need to get "slightly wider than normal EUR 44"?

Seeing as I live in Europe and I have never seen shoes here in US sizes with letters after their numbers, I have no idea how to figure out which width I should get. Any suggestions?

I don't think length is an issue, as I have space between my toes and the shoe front in all shoes I own.

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