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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-27-2010, 10:45 AM Thread Starter
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K2 Maysis Sizing Question

I can't find my size at any local stores so I might have to buy online. I was measured at a store as a size 6.5 but they only make these in a size 6 or 7. One sales person told me that K2s run about a half-size too small so that a size 7 would be perfect. On the K2 site they responded to a post stating that the boots run true to size. Another review site said that the Maysis liner is very cush and because of that it's known to pack out a bit so best to size down 1/2 size. Any suggestions on whether I should go with the 6 or 7? Thanks,
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order both, return the one that isn't good.
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My experience with them was that they are very cushy and will pack out the extra 1/2 size -- so go with the 6's if you can fit in 'em new.
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I have them, they run small. I have an 11 and the toe box crushes my toes. I'm an 11 in just about every shoe/sneaker
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