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Every one says these specific boots fit large since i wear a size ten what size should i order

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Well looking at these there are not many reviews, but if you have been told they run big then try getting them on a website that offers easy returns. I would get them in a 9.5 then see how they fit. If they are too small send them back and get a 10. Or get a ten if they are too big then return them for a 9.5. Also they could stretch so take that into consideration. It depends on how you like the fit, either snug or loose. If you like them snug then get them in the 9.5. If you like them loose try the 10.

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