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Do your shoes run large or small?
I-ROC shoes are slightly wider than normal shoes. We comfortably fit from a D to triple E width. We have found we run close to any good athletic shoe's triple E (like a wide New Balance shoe).
Fit GuideAdjusting the Fit of Your I-ROC Shoes
To ensure the most comfortable fit possible, I-ROC shoes come with two footbed inserts. A flat cushion insert (Figure 1) and a gel pad insert with a slip resistant, moisture absorbing lining on the top and two polyurethane gel pad areas in the bottom (Figure 2).
You may use either of these inserts or both together.
The shoes come with the gel pad already inserted. Reach inside the shoe to make certain the insert is completely flat against the sole of the shoe. Try out the shoes to see how they fit. If it feels right, you are all set.
If the fit is a little tight, remove the gel pad insert and insert just the flat cushion insert. Again make certain it is flat against the sole.
If you big toe touches the front you probably need to go a half size up. Be sure to read our fit exchange information carefully before exchanging the shoes.
If the shoe is slightly loose, use both of the inserts. Put the flat cushion insert on the bottom and then the gel pad insert on the top (Figure 4). Put your hand inside the shoe to to ensure that the inserts are both perfectly flat against the sole.
I-ROC shoes are designed with a wider footbed than most shoes. They may feel looser and more comfortable than you are used to. However, if you try using both inserts and the fit is still overly loose, you probably need to exchange the shoes for a half to one size down. Again, read our instructions for fit exchange carefully before returning the shoes.