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    Jenson Giro Gauge MTN shoes $80 shipped alot of sizes


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    Jenson Giro Gauge MTN shoes $80 shipped alot of sizes

    Thanks for the heads up, my cousin bought a pair.

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    Thanks, I've had these shoes for two years and looking for a replacement. This is about a third what I originally paid. I bought a pair.

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    Can anyone comment on how they fit? I have narrow feet and would need a narrow shoe. One of the reviews on Jenson says they fit narrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by canker View Post
    Ordered 2 pairs thanks

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    I don't know if this helps or not...but I've got a very wide foot and there was no way I could wear these. The foot bed felt great, but they were very tight on the rest of my foot.

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    What is the size comparable Sidi Dominator 5 ? Size 42 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Otter View Post
    I don't know if this helps or not...but I've got a very wide foot and there was no way I could wear these. The foot bed felt great, but they were very tight on the rest of my foot.
    Sounds like they run a bit narrow. I guess I'll see when they get here.

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    I have a medium-wide foot, and the Giro shoes are too narrow for me. Not even a close fit. They do make a HV (high volume) version in the Privateer which fits much better. I'm a Specialized shoe fan and those are like wearing super comfy slippers! But the Gauge shoe, if it fits, is a screaming deal.

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    Awesome, it will be $80 well spent if they fit

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    For what good it will do my old shoes are shimanos and size 44. I wear a 9.5 in US size and going by Giro's chart I should get a 43, I bought a 43.5 since I read they tent to run a little small. Toe room is fine but they are snug width wise on my normal sized feet. The middle velcro strap is just long enough to latch. I'm hoping they stretch a bit with wear.

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