✕Red Wing | 1907 | 45 LastSize Reviewed: US 10.0 ee
Copper leather 1907
Length: Slightly Long
Width: Slightly Narrow
My feet are two different size widths, the right being a 4E and left 3E. I usually wear a 9-10 size boot, depending on manufacturer. I bought a 10EE pair of copper leather 1907's. According to a Red Wing sales rep, one can cheat the width of their 45-last boots by removing the insole (thus, creating more volume for one's foot). I find this set-up to technically work. Although, the boots hard underfoot, not quite wide enough, and slip in the heel.
✕Wolverine | Journeyman | N/A LastSize Reviewed: US 10.0 eeee
10 EW in tan leather
Length: Very Long
These boots are not only wide enough to fit my 4E width feet but are stylish, too. I usually wear 9.5 men's boot size, but these run a bit short. So, I bought a 10 EW. They may be discontinued, because I'm having a hard time finding backup pair. They are also waterproof!