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Allen Edmond's Park Avenue Width

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I followed the measuring tutorial provided through their website and I am in between W8 and W9 for both foot. Would you recommend going for the wider width or the more narrow width?
 

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I followed the measuring tutorial provided through their website and I am in between W8 and W9 for both foot. Would you recommend going for the wider width or the more narrow width?
The best thing you can do is try the shoes on in a store. For instance, I measured as a "D" width in PAs, but that is too narrow in the toebox for me. I only found out by trying on a pair in the store.
 
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Thank you. The only problem with trying it on stores is that the wider widths are very hard to find.
 

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Thank you. The only problem with trying it on stores is that the wider widths are very hard to find.
right, but you can at least decide whether a "D" width is too narrow or just right.
 

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