What is your height and shoe size?

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  1. Chadley

    Chadley Senior member

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    Why not: 6'2", 9.5E
     


  2. amerikajinda

    amerikajinda Senior member

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    5'10", 11E or 11 1/2 or 12, depending on the shoe.
     


  3. tiecollector

    tiecollector Senior member

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    6'0" 165lbs ~9d

    I wish I were a 10.5, I might look more proportional, but it could be worse, could be like my uncle, who looks like he is walking on stumps.
     


  4. Ivan Kipling

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    Five foot seven. 8.5 medium. When I was young, I wanted to be tall. Now I like being short. Makes me feel like a kid.
     


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    Mute Senior member

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    5' 6" - 7.5 D
     


  7. FLMountainMan

    FLMountainMan White Hispanic

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    I've actually wondered about height and shoe size, since most of my friend's are shorter but have bigger shoes.

    6'2, 11EE
     


  8. BigHandMan

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    5' 11"
    10.5/ 43.5


    +1 - you are obviously the long-lost evil twin my parents warned me about...
     


  9. cheapmutha

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    6'1", 10.5
     


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    5' 11" 10.5- 11
     


  11. mr monty

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    6'2.5" 11.5 some 12s (all US sizing)

    Note: Barry Bonds went from a 10.5 to a 13 after he was 35 years old
     


  12. Starguitar

    Starguitar Well-Known Member

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    6'2.5" 11.5 some 12s (all US sizing)

    Note: Barry Bonds went from a 10.5 to a 13 after he was 35 years old


    Maybe it was the steroids..
     


  13. FLMountainMan

    FLMountainMan White Hispanic

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    Probably did affect it a bit. You retain a lot of water and it likely pools a bit in his feet, making them swell.
     


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    yachtie Senior member

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    6'0 12 E to a 12 C depending on last. My wife loves me very much , thank you.
     


  15. visionology

    visionology Senior member

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    5'11" with a size 9.5D.

    Being a similar size to the original poster, I don't feel that longer toe shoes look bad at all but rather good. 9.5 is a perfect size to me because they aren't so small that my feet look tiny and aren't gargantuan either where shoes tend to look disproportionate. I think 9 tends to be close to the size that most shoemakers use when displaying their products as it's average.

    I do find however that some of my shoes, especially running shoes with a smaller toe box make my feet look smaller.
     


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