What does 10D M us mean also 10 4E us maen

asked on July 30, 2016

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D is regular width where 4e is extra wide width
Amazon Customer
· July 30, 2016
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I believe the other two responses were exactly how I would respond so there is no need to repeat. They are wonderful shoes!
B.D.R.
· July 31, 2016
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10D M means the width is medium wide. 10 4E means the width is much wider. I have a wide foot so I get a 4E width shoe. You can go to a shoe store and have you foot measured so you know the length and width of your foot. For a 10D M the length is size 10 with a medium width.
dennis
· July 31, 2016
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M. FISHLER
· March 25, 2018
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D= WIDE
M= Regular
E= extra wide
This size chart should help you also hopefully: N=Narrow M=Medium W=Wide XW=X-Wide E=EXTRA wide also

RTG FAMILY (on youtube)
· August 15, 2017
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"10" is the US Men's size. Range is from 5 - 14 by half sizes, i.e. 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, ..., 13, 13.5, 14. (or larger for custom sizes.)
"D" is the US Men's width. Range is from "AA" (very narrow) through "4E", or "EEEE" by letters, i.e. AA, A, B, C, D, E, EE, EEE, EEEE.
"C" was considered the "average" way back when. So… see more
"10" is the US Men's size. Range is from 5 - 14 by half sizes, i.e. 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, ..., 13, 13.5, 14. (or larger for custom sizes.)
"D" is the US Men's width. Range is from "AA" (very narrow) through "4E", or "EEEE" by letters, i.e. AA, A, B, C, D, E, EE, EEE, EEEE.
"C" was considered the "average" way back when. So, in theory, AA-B = N(arrow), C-D = M(edium), E-EE = W(ide), EEE-EEEE = eXtra W(ide) to XXW.
In actuality, especially after shoes became mostly imported from Asia, it was generally D = Medium, E = Wide, EE = Extra Wide. EEE and EEEE were just not made for any but very high priced shoes.
In the last few years, it seems that manufacturers have begun to pay attention to the wider end of the market. I think this is because of the shift to emphasis on comfortable jogging/hiking shoes and away from style above all.
Note that there's no real consistency between manufacturers, so a 10.5 EEEE in one brand may be the equivalent of a 11 EEE in another. Go for comfort. see less
"10" is the US Men's size. Range is from 5 - 14 by half sizes, i.e. 5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, ..., 13, 13.5, 14. (or larger for custom sizes.)
"D" is the US Men's width. Range is from "AA" (very narrow) through "4E", or "EEEE" by letters, i.e. AA, A, B, C, D, E, EE, EEE, EEEE.
"C" was considered the "average" way back when. So, in theory, AA-B = N(arrow), C-D = M(edium), E-EE = W(ide), EEE-EEEE = eXtra W(ide) to XXW.
In actuality, especially after shoes became mostly imported from Asia, it was generally D = Medium, E = Wide, EE = Extra Wide. EEE and EEEE were just not made for any but very high priced shoes.
In the last few years, it seems that manufacturers have begun to pay attention to the wider end of the market. I think this is because of the shift to emphasis on comfortable jogging/hiking shoes and away from style above all.
Note that there's no real consistency between manufacturers, so a 10.5 EEEE in one brand may be the equivalent of a 11 EEE in another. Go for comfort.

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· May 3, 2018
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