Diemme Footwear

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  1. Find Finn

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  3. Find Finn

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    I like them and they have a proper sole.
     


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    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 :(
     


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    I am searching sales if I can get roccia vet in coffee cw anywhere... but I would also take Firenze for a good price.
     


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    sorry for reviving... anyone has an idea how these are as actual hiking / backpacking boots?
     


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    Anyone have the felt version of in a 10.5? Maybe even an 11? Can be light or dark gray charcoal. Please PM me if interested in selling.
     


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    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.
     


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    I would like to buy slip-ons for my bf...he is normally a 42, but in slip-ons 41; which size should I pick from Diemme?
     


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    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?

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    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
     
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