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    5.10 riding shoes how do they fit

    I normally wear a size 10.5 there isnt any dealers around my area. Anybody own 5.10 do they fit to size?

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    they fit pretty true to size, I wear 8.5 and my 8.5 freeriders fit well. A little snug at first but they've broken in and fit like a glove now.

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    I wear a 10.5 and all the 5.10's I've worn have b

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrMatson View Post
    they fit pretty true to size, I wear 8.5 and my 8.5 freeriders fit well. A little snug at first but they've broken in and fit like a glove now.
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    I agree with the consensus. True to size.

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    I have Impacts, Karvers and Cyclones. All in 10.5 US. Impacts fit perfect. The Karvers and Cyclones are a *little* snug in the toe box but still acceptable for 4+ hours, though not ideal. Strange because the Impacts and Karvers look like they are the same basic shoe. I suspect if I got serious about breaking them in (i.e. soaking them in water and going for a long ride), the Karvers and Cyclones would fit perfect too.

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    5.10 riding shoes how do they fit

    10.5 US in my office shoes, work boots and all 5.10 shoes. I currently own about 12 pair of 5.10 shoes (leasure, riding, climbing, canyoning). All but the guide tennies aprouch shoes are perfect to size for me. The guide tennies have a narrow point for a bit of rock climbing that hurt my toe's after a few hours.

    But, all feet form are diffent. Try before you buy to make sure.....

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    Ok thanks guys. I bought the impacts cant wait. Now I will have to see if this helps with my feet flying off the pedals on bigger jumps or if its my rebound. I was using Reebok running shoes lol

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    Re: 5.10 riding shoes how do they fit

    I had to get a half size up in freeriders...10 instead of 9.5. They were a bit narrow in the toe area. I got some xvi freeriders and they fit about the same.

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