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I would order a 9. I'm a 9.5 shoe (10m in running shoes because the toe box, 9m when open toe shoes). I actually bought these in 8 because the 9 had to much space over the edge. I have flat feet, but skinny feet and skinny ankles but need the width in the toe area due to surgery and flat feet. Unless you have a ver… see more I would order a 9. I'm a 9.5 shoe (10m in running shoes because the toe box, 9m when open toe shoes). I actually bought these in 8 because the 9 had to much space over the edge. I have flat feet, but skinny feet and skinny ankles but need the width in the toe area due to surgery and flat feet. Unless you have a very wide or bigger foot in general (over average size), a size 10 in this shoe would be to big probably. If you have a smaller foot (in terms of measuring around your foot), i would size down. see less I would order a 9. I'm a 9.5 shoe (10m in running shoes because the toe box, 9m when open toe shoes). I actually bought these in 8 because the 9 had to much space over the edge. I have flat feet, but skinny feet and skinny ankles but need the width in the toe area due to surgery and flat feet. Unless you have a very wide or bigger foot in general (over average size), a size 10 in this shoe would be to big probably. If you have a smaller foot (in terms of measuring around your foot), i would size down.
Leslie Luna
· March 27, 2018
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LIFE-CHANGING. After suffering for five years with Morton's Neuroma so bad I could barely walk, I'm mostly pain-free now after trying the Orthaheel footbed by chance in a pair of Tide sandals at a shoe store. I only order models that have the same footbed as the Tide, since it has a specific shape that is the only thin… see more LIFE-CHANGING. After suffering for five years with Morton's Neuroma so bad I could barely walk, I'm mostly pain-free now after trying the Orthaheel footbed by chance in a pair of Tide sandals at a shoe store. I only order models that have the same footbed as the Tide, since it has a specific shape that is the only thing that really does it for me. No other shoe or orthotic has even comes close. see less LIFE-CHANGING. After suffering for five years with Morton's Neuroma so bad I could barely walk, I'm mostly pain-free now after trying the Orthaheel footbed by chance in a pair of Tide sandals at a shoe store. I only order models that have the same footbed as the Tide, since it has a specific shape that is the only thing that really does it for me. No other shoe or orthotic has even comes close.
Sylvia
· May 10, 2016
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I got the white pair I don't remember who the sellers were but it came with prime shipping and they are real vionic brand. I love them wide and comfortable.
dee345
· August 31, 2018
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They are brand new!!
dawn
· May 4, 2019
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The sizes are listed, contact seller for return policy
Joanne G.
· June 4, 2019
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Go with the size that is closest to your regular shoe size.
dawn
· May 4, 2019
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Size down a half size
Nancy Voss
· April 28, 2019
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C/D is a wide width. Yes it is wider than Medium
Just J
· September 6, 2018
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these have great arch suppor
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