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  • Premier Icon Onzadog
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    Tried a pair on the other day. Length was true but they felt stupidly narrow.

    Cheers. Never like buying stuff ‘blind’ off the ‘net.

    Premier Icon notmyrealname
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    I’ve got a pair of Links and find them spot on.
    To gauge the size, I went by the size guide on their site and despite beings little dubious as I though it was sizing them up too small, they were perfect.

    http://www.teva.co.uk/uk-sizing-chart/sizing-charts,en_GB,pg.html

    Nice one (goes to find tape measure)….

    Premier Icon panzerjager
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    I’ve got the reforge trainers & the size is spot on, a good fit all around, maybe bordering on snug width-wise.

    My size ten Links fir perfectly, no worries on narrowness or anything of the sort.

    bjj.andy.w
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    Got some teva mids and when I first tried them on like above I thought they were a bit narrow but after a couple of rides they stretched a bit and now they’re fine.

    Candodavid
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    Tried Teva @ Glycorrwyg, normally take an 8 or 9, needed an 11, WTF!!

    deserter
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    Where have you seen them cheapish I’ve fancied a pair for a while?

    Are they the size they say they are (God, that’s a lot of theys for such a short question)?
    Big fit? Little Fit? After some Links (plenty selling them cheap-ish but nowhere near me has them in 12 so can’t try).
    Cheers

    Premier Icon Clink
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    Tried Teva @ Glycorrwyg, normally take an 8 or 9, needed an 11, WTF!!

    I normally take a 9 or 9.5 tops and have a pair of 9 Tevas which are spot on. Not used for riding though!

    Candodavid – Member
    Tried Teva @ Glycorrwyg, normally take an 8 or 9, needed an 11, WTF!!

    Did you take off your other shoes?

    jedi
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    i have only seen maybe 2 riders with them. dont seem popular?

    svalgis
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    Did you take off your other shoes?

    Wondering the same thing as I too find them true to size. I’m 8-8,5 normally and Links size 8 are a perfect fit with thin cycling socks. The size chart is accurate so measure your feet and use that if you buy online.

    FWIW I really like mine overall – only times I kind of miss 5.10’s is when pedalling hard over really rough stuff on my HT where my feet might skip slightly as the back end does its best to throw me off the bike. Not a huge deal though – I’ve yet to slip off the pedals completely even under those circumstances.

    M1llh0use
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    Got 2 pairs. Both same size, one pair fit lovely, one not so much.

    Wouldn’t buy another pair blind.

    Premier Icon vincienup
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    I wear the same size Links on a bike as I do Etnies/Converse/Whatever off the bike.

    I do tend to wear a couple of numbers bigger in Shimano which *Are* narrow, but Links are just meant to be tight as opposed to sloppy…

    Premier Icon Capt. Kronos
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    I have size 12 feet which are stupidly broad (whenever I go into shoe shops it is remarked upon). I have size 12 Links and size 12 Pinners, both are grand.

    If you undo the laces a bit then they are fine 😉

    The also stretch out a bit in use. I love mine (I also have Teva walking boots, amphibious type boots and Jesus boots! Bit of a brand convert now!)

    Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    size 10 feet, size 8.5 links, size 8.5 5-10’s size 10 in Spec BG Shoes

    Premier Icon Clink
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    size 10 feet, size 8.5 links, size 8.5 5-10’s size 10 in Spec BG Shoes

    Weirdo! 😉

    Premier Icon mikewsmith
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    yep, still not convinced on the width as they seem quite narrow but the price was right (free) 🙂 so worth a go, just use them as stomping round shoes as I wear clips anyway, hope the sizing gets easier for the new clipped ones.

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