No.Vitaliy M wrote:Do you think these would be warm enough for sierra winter climbing, during days on which temp is not expected to drop bellow 10F?
MoapaPk wrote:How do these fit? True to size?
I have some Kayland Contacts that are mens 9.5 (USA), and they are a bit tight with thick socks. When I wear them on a long day (say 20 miles), I always get a few toe blisters.
My other "occasional snow" boots have been size 10, and were a tiny bit sloppy.
I live in Las Vegas, so I'm in approach shoes 2-4 days a week, and consistently wear 9.5 (except for Mad Rock size 10). My running shoes are 10.
I have a rather low-volume foot, slightly wider than normal toes, and normal heels. No arch issues.
Vitaliy M wrote:Do you think these would be warm enough for sierra winter climbing, during days on which temp is not expected to drop bellow 10F?
asmrz wrote:June, anywhere in the US (except Alaska), absolutely no problem, in fact a bit of an overkill (quality, purpose, cost IMO) for simple hiking on snow.
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