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I have owned Mythos spanning 2.5-3 sizes. The largest size allowed my toes to lie very flat. The smallest were as tight as I could have them without severely curling my toes. After the smallest ones have stretched, there is virtually no difference between the smallest and largest size. They stretch a lot. I can easily wear Mythos that are 1-1.5 sizes smaller than any other pair of LS shoes that I own (TC Pros, Miura, Miura VS).
My recommendation would be to size them slightly curled if you plan on using them primarily for slab climbing (about the only thing I think they are good for) or for all day comfort. Size them with toes noticeably curled if using them for more technical climbing (in which case you should just choose another shoe anyway). Really though, my experience is that they have stretched proportionally to their initial tightness and they have all ended up feeling about the same anyway.
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People are always asking for shoe recommendations. I don't like to make specific shoe recommendations because everyone's foot is different and people have different walking styles. But there are a few basics for selecting walking shoes: 1.Look for a low, supportive heel that rounds (or bevels) in. A thick heel or one that flairs out will cause your foot to slap down rather than roll. 2. A walker's foot hits heel first and then rolls gradually from heel-to-toe. So, you will need a flexible sole and more bend in the toe than a runner. 3.Next, look for a shoe that is light weight and breathable. The last thing you want is the clunky heavy leather walking shoe. 4. The most important thing of course is a shoe that fits properly. Be sure your foot has enough room in the toe box. There should be a thumbnails width (or about a half inch) between your toes and the end of the shoe.5. Go shoe shopping at the end of the day or after your walk when your feet may be slightly swollen. 6. Do not shop when you are in a hurry. 7.Wear your shoes in the house for a few days to try them out.
My new Dansko clogs were bought primarily for work, but I have to stop myself from wearing them all the time. Do buy them on the big side( I usually wear a 10 to 10 1/2, I bought a 44 which translates to 10 1/2 to 11),the shoe was a bit tight over the tops of my feet but after a brief break in period they fit like a glove. Working 12 hour shifts I now arrive home with feet feeling refreshed, also my back hurts much less at the end of the day!
Feet tend to expand over the course of a day so it's better to try on shoes in the late afternoon and evening. A tight fitting shoe in the morning can become uncomfortable as the day wears on. Especially if your job or daily activity involves alot of walking or standing.You should also make sure your big toe has around half an inch or a thumb width of space. Otherwise your toes will rub against the material and this will create discomfort and blisters. Just make sure you can extend your toes and wiggle them when trying your shoes on.Also Make sure your wearing your usual pair of socks and not thick hiking socks.