Oh, wow! Now, you have me wondering if I should hold my money for boots instead of clothes!
I do have two pairs of Red Wing hiking boots that I currently wear (one black, one suede) plus a third pair that's in storage in case one or the other gets sent off to be resoled, BUT I want to see if I can find another pair of hiking boots in a AA or A width. The Reds are the best fit I have been able to find locally, but they're really too wide (as the tongue area clearly puckers from too much eyelet closure).
I'm asking because I'm about to go through E. Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ohio, and the northeast coast around Boston. Does any one know of where I can find a bootmaker or seller that is located within these states and sells a boot for women that is an A width? I may even have to consider a men's model, as for instance, Danner has narrow men's boots, but no narrows for women's models that I have looked at. My concern with men's is whether or not they would fit my arch, considering that women have shorter arches than men in general, given the same physical overall length measurement.
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