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Imperial Boots January 11th Run

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Good morning Troopers,

 

I am getting ready to purchase my first pair of accurate boots from Imperial Boots when their run opens this Friday. I typically wear an 11.5 for my running shoes. I was thinking of getting a 12.5 or possibly even a 13 as I hear these boots run small. Should I go get my foot measured to be safe?

 

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Might as well, if you have a normal width foot you may not need to go as large... They run narrow more than they run small.

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42 minutes ago, Harbinger said:

Might as well, if you have a normal width foot you may not need to go as large... They run narrow more than they run small.

Might as well measure my foot, or go with the 12.5?

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I would measure to find out your foot width (C, D, E, etc.) - the boots are C width I believe, I am EE so I have to go up like two sizes for them to fit.

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I can't say on their Classic TK boots but on the FOTK and Kylo boots I ordered from them they ran a little big. I wear a 12 in everything and their 12 is a little sloppy so I am going to add sole pads and thick socks.

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Just put an order in. I can’t wait to receive my first pair of accurate boots. :)

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