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Old 05-15-2021, 08:37 AM
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I just got a new pair of Crispi Nevadas that are too tight regardless of how I try to lace them. My question is does any have experience exchanging Crispi regular width for a wide width? I want to wear the same socks in the wides and need to know if the wides are really wide enough or sloppy wide. Can anyone help? Thanks
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Old 05-15-2021, 09:20 AM
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best advice is go to a store that sells then and try them on, everyone's feet is different and and every boot makers uses there OWN settings on how they form there boots



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Old 05-15-2021, 09:31 AM
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You are correct. But there are no Crispi retailers near to my place in WV. Thanks
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Old 05-15-2021, 09:56 AM
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Where did you buy your boots? Don't they have a return/exchange policy?
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Old 05-15-2021, 10:11 AM
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I got them from BlackOvis and they do have the return policy. I am just trying to find if I could expect a Wide to fit and not be too wide. Regulars seem to squishing my feet laterally and tight especially on the instep of the left foot. I went this route because of all the great reviews for Crispis. Doesn't mean much but I went that route, so here I am. Thanks
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Old 05-15-2021, 11:10 AM
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only way your going to know is send them back, get new WIDE one's and see

most makers of WIDE , really are not that large a difference
so if things are very tight, maybe you need to try a size up all together

this is why I will drive far to go vbuy my boots and know there right, saves me a lot of hassles
yes sucks to have to travel, but you tend to get what you want the first time
and if your like m,e, when you find things that fit GOOD, and you like, you buy 2-3 pair and have back ups LOL
saving you from needing to look for boots down the road,

Also something I learned a long time ago too, if there is a product you like, clothing, or that has a long shelf life, its really worth buying more than one to have, as GOOD products last a long time and then after yrs pass and they finally wear out, countless times, they NO longer are made any more to be replaced!
making getting them again impossible

ist kinda of funny/sad, that so many GREAT products that last, get discontinued so often
almost like makers know they last , so they stop making GOOD ones and start selling cheaper junk!

so, again, maybe take a road trip to get them right if you have teh time ?

food for thought!
also, if you have any GOOD shoe/boot repair shops near you(they might have this option too at maker)
they can stretch a boot to get a better fit, to a Point any how
I know many top line boot makers offer this service, have to check there web site, which also, could be a good way to get your answer,
MAYBE< call Crispis and ask them your question, maybe they have info in spec's they can offer you?




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Old 05-15-2021, 04:18 PM
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This is why I absolutely hate buying boots by mail. It plain sucks. I like to try both on, walk up and down that uneven ramp, see how they flex, etc. Boots are too critical not to get a pair that fit just right with the socks you wear and the temps and terrain you hunt. And having to play the return by mail exchange game is a PITA, especially if it takes a few deliveries.

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