- Oct 7, 2010
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I wear EEE in Aldens (Trubalance boots I can do EE). I bought some Blundstone Chelsea boots in my Alden size, and I find the width is okay. My problem is my high instep (see the above comments in this thread), which makes them painful after a little while of wearing. I'm hoping I can keep stretching the instep. They're good Seattle winter boots, so I'm hoping I can make them work.
Maybe I'll try to stop by somewhere that sells them and actually try some on. I'm a 10.5E, so I'm not sure exactly where that would place me. ThanksThe half-size on most Blundstone models is the wider width, like an E width. This was confirmed by Blundstone support.
I know not in the same price range, but RM Williams has an excellent range and available in H to X widths (E to 3E widths).