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RedHead® All-Season Classic II 10'' Front-Zip Insulated Waterproof Boots for Ladies - Brown

200 gram 3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation100% waterproof rubber shellsSuede leather uppersWarm plaid flannel liningRemovable insolesRubber outsolesMade with 100% waterproof rubber shells, the All-Season Classic II Front-Zip Boots feature suede leather uppers, 200 gram 3M Thinsulate Insulation, warm plaid flannel lining, removable insoles, and rubber outsoles. Average weight per pair: 2 lbs. Imported.
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Questions & Answers for RedHead RedHead® All-Season Classic II 10'' Front-Zip Insulated Waterproof Boots for Ladies - Brown

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Anyone know if these RedHead boots run true to size?

I'm a consistent Ladies 9.5, but most boots only come in 9 or 10 and I have to guess which way to go in size, up or down....any help appreciated.
asked 2 years ago
by
TxBlnd
on RedHead® All-Season Classic II 10'' Front-Zip Insulated Waterproof Boots for Ladies - Brown
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answer 1
We've found them true to size and since they're so warm we got the size down from our regular 7.5 boots. We'd have to wear thick socks with the 8's and in our medium climate that would be too warm.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
by
JroDances
answer 2
The boots I have bought for my wife has been 1 online and 1 at the store, both for her have been true to size for women. Both boots I have had her buy were over sized since both were to be used in cold weather. This way she can change to a thicker insole, wear a thicker sock and if necessary wear a wick sock and/or toe warmers and still have enough room to be comfortable.
answered 2 years ago
by
rksj
 - California
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