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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 04-18-2012, 10:28 AM Thread Starter
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DC Judge 2012 boot advice

Im looking to buy a pair of DC Judge 2012 boots in the grey/blue color pattern but the problem is my size is discontinued. I wear a size 12 but i've checked about 10 websites, the size is always 11.5 or 13 but no 12! So i wondered, should i get them a half size lower or a whole size bigger? Thanks for all opinions.
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Should be fine. I normally wear a 10.5, & bought a 10 because I couldn't get ahold of some 10.5's.

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Lower; they'll pack out eventually. Check on the return policy before purchasing too.
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I think 11.5 is good for you.
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Why those boots?

Better to buy something that fits.

Any advice to the contrary can safely be considered wrong, or at the very best HIGHLY subjective and baseless.

No offense to anyone including the OP, but the best advice imho is to tell you that this is NOT the way to go buying boots.

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Why those boots?

Better to buy something that fits.

Any advice to the contrary can safely be considered wrong, or at the very best HIGHLY subjective and baseless.

No offense to anyone including the OP, but the best advice imho is to tell you that this is NOT the way to go buying boots.

Happy trails
Very, very true but there seems to be some incredible deals (around $50 IIRC) for those boots right now. They are good boots and, when I've tried them on, seem to run large. If the company has a good return policy, I'd say it's worth a gamble.
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