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|03-28-2013 08:23 PM|
|Extremo||Boots are always painful when you're laced up tight and moping around the house. You really need to ride in them for a good 8-10 days to see if they end up working out. It takes awhile for the leather to break in and the liner to conform to the foot. A little tight is a good thing.|
|03-27-2013 11:29 PM|
|cooldocbk||i just ordered some ZF1s too they arrived today and ive been wearing them for the past 15 or so min.. left big toe is getting numb and my soles are feeling real hot like after a day of playing sports like basketball or tennis on asphault on a hot day if anybody relates to that... anybody have any thoughts on that? i just dont know if its too small or if i need to just give it more days|
|03-26-2013 07:25 PM|
I just got my Kaijus, and I ordered a size 11, but after reading this I may try to pack out the 10.5s they accidentally sent me.
I just tried them on and they felt very uncomfortable, and too narrow as well.
Did you guys find them to feel narrow?
|02-12-2013 10:37 AM|
Originally Posted by w0318 View Post
|02-10-2013 12:00 AM|
|w0318||Hindsight for me I wouldve went half size smaller on my Kaijus.|
|02-08-2013 01:56 PM|
|briancgrs||I have the Kaiju's in 10.5. I wear all my Nike's at 10.5 except for my soccer cleats. I wear them small. When I tried them on at first they were a bit uncomfortable, bordering painful. I wore them and walked around in the store for about 15 min. Then took them off, let my feet breathe a bit and tried them back on. From that point on they feel great. So if the 6.5 doesn't feel better after walking around in them for awhile, then I suggest the 7s.|
|02-08-2013 01:28 PM|
|MJP||I wear a size 8.5 in all Nike running, soccer, casual shoes. The 9 fits snug, but not painful....|
|02-08-2013 04:42 AM|
|latenight||and are you a 9 shoe? with no room?|
|02-08-2013 04:35 AM|
|MJP||I have Nike Kaiju's in size 9 and they fit perfect. They were a little tight after last season and was told by the local shop to stick in some superfeet arch supports. This raises the foot a tad, your arch higher, and gives you a bit of space. He said to walk around the house for several days when you're doing nothing and it'll stretch and mold to my foot. Worked out perfect! I had a handful of shops advise me not to bring them in and heat mold them. Nike's are re-heat moldable and will form to your foot with heat/wear......|
|02-08-2013 04:25 AM|
Yea! I think I'm 95% sure I'm going for the 7. If I hadn't read so much and went to a shop and just knew they had to touch the end I would of bought the 7. I mean my toes are still at the end so they must be right.. And in the 6.5 I can imagine getting bad cramp through the foot, that's how they feel. Maybe I just keep the 6.5 and if the 7 fail me I have the back up.
Still welcome I more advice
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