- Aug 13, 2006
Oh all my other shoes aren't specifically wide. My running shoes are the ASICS KAYANO 11's and I am so comfortable in them its not funny.Thylacine said:Regular Sidis are euro narrow, so if you're wide in other shoes, you'll be wide in the Sidis, no question.
No way in hell I'd buy shoes first without trying them on first either - especially if you're paying nearly 300 clams for a set. You'd have to be insane to do that.
You can always ring up the distributor and ask to meet at a shop at a given time to try a set on in your size, or often they'll be able to tell you who has what size in stock.
If that doesn't work, I get mine direct from the Aussie distributor so I might be able to organise something for you if the other avenues don't pan out.
The other shoes I have are from adidas and they are very comfy as well.
I actually did try on the Sidi Dragon (because it was the only one I could find in the entire goddamn victoria that had 43 in ANYTHING sidi haha but these are mountain biking shoes? would they be a completely diffeent fit?) and they felt fine except my LBS told me my foot was wider than the base which makes it too small? that doens't make sense to me as you concentrate everything mostly on the balls of your foot when you push off.
IF you know any place in victoria that has 43 in genius or energy or even ergo's (I really dont' mind anymore as there isn't enough stock to be choosy..) PLEASE LET ME KNOW haha I"ve been searching for weeks.... its insane..