I am also US9 and 9.5 in Flyknit Racers. I did try 40s in CPS. Toebox had room but width wise was too a bit tight and although I could wear them, i couldn't wear em all day. I tried to stretch them, didn't help. I got the 41 and it's heaps more comfy but a little bigger. Just wear thicker socks. I was paranoid at first but I would rather be comfortable then in uncomfortable. Do you have width feet? My left is a tiny bit wider than my left. Here is a pic on feet.Hey everyone, created an account to get some help on sizing for the Achilles Low 1528. Since corona is out and about I can’t really head to the mall to try them on, but wanted to see if anyone has similar shoe sizes as me and could help out in my decision making as I’ll be ordering them online.
I’m tossed between size 40 or 41. I’m usually a true to size 9US in sneakers, flyknit racers, ultra boost, vans. Size 8 in CDG converse or any converse for a snug fit. However, I heard common projects can be pretty narrow and that’s what’s getting me.
I wear size 9 but the toe box usually has some room for every shoe I own. 8.5 is too tight width wise on all shoes i’ve tried on.
For other types of shoes like dress shoes and boots I get 41 or translated to size 8US. But then I wear a size 40 in Birkenstocks, which is 2 whole sizes down from my usual size, so I’m wondering if that’ll translate to the achilles low? Should I size down to 40 risking the width being too tight, or go with 41 and maybe risk it being too narrow? Again size 8.5 in sneakers is too tight usually and my feet aren’t even wide, if anything they’re average to slightly narrow. But my toes don’t necessarily ever completely fill or reach the tip of the toe box in my shoes.
Anyway sorry for the long message, if anyone could help me out or give some feedback from experience, that’d be great. Thanks
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