I’m on my 5th pair of On’s. I like them a lot. But that doesn’t mean shit to anyone else if they don’t fit their feet well. Go into a store and try on a bunch until you find ones that fit.See. This is what I'm worried about. Ordering what I know I need, and boom! Shit's too small.
I think I'll be making that trip to Fleet Feet to have them put me on the treddy and watch my awkward ass run.
Ons tend to run narrow iirc. I’m sure there are some that are less narrow but I don’t think there are any truly wide options beyond standard wide width which again still runs Narrow from what I understand. I own a pair I’m just about every other running shoe on the market. I have finally settled on Hoka (Arahi 5 because I severely overpronate) plus a custom orthotic insole from my PT. I think @saabguy has some but he is fat so your mileage may vary
I should have gotten a half size bigger though cuz I have wide feet, but it’s fine
FUCK THAT. I need shoes that I can run in, that fit, that can deal with my whack foot issue.I have to size up, as well because they are tight across the top at the toe. I have never had this problem with other sneakers, but they just don't have enough room top to bottom at the toe, even sized up.
When I googled it sounded like 15 stores were still operating but yeah I remember Sears property values were sky highBarely. The post-bk entity that owns the remaining Sears and Kmart stores is literally called “Transform SR Holding Management”, it’s a real estate company now.
Eddie Lampert (private equity guy who killed Sears) spun the best real estate off in to a REIT called Seritage in 2015. It was an extremely shady move that essentially extracted the most valuable pieces of the enterprise for well under market value and it resulted in a shareholder lawsuit that was eventually settled. Seritage is a redevelopment pipeline, it holds some truly excellent real estate in major markets and is led by experienced development executives.When I googled it sounded like 15 stores were still operating but yeah I remember Sears property values were sky high