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Dec 20, 2013
Vegas the Dog
hey folks,
I haven't had many pairs of evolv shoes but are interested in trying out the addicts. The Evolv rep told me they size similarly to the Pontas II, but there aren't any to try on in Vegas.

Any body tried them on? what size would they compare to in a Moccasym, TC Pro....
Adam Floyd
From Las Vegas
Joined Jan 16, 2011
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Dec 20, 2013
I don't own them, just tried em on. I would size them .5 size larger than your mocc size for a performance fit (very tight), a full size up for more comfort. Basically, I felt that they run about a half size up from the mocc so size accordingly and based on what you wanna use em for. They seem rad. Good luck! Xan Calonne
From Pasadena, Ca
Joined Mar 25, 2010
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Feb 28, 2014
I went down a full size from what I would usually wear in Evolv. Definitely felt like the right decision; they broke in quick and are comfortably tight.

Would guess they fit and stretch similarly to Moccs or Cobras - all are leather upper slippers.
mkclimb
Joined Jul 12, 2011
94 points
Feb 28, 2014
I have 8 in shamans and have a 7 in addicts. downsize one full suize from normal evolv sizes. Mike Knight
From Canton, Mi
Joined Dec 24, 2013
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Feb 28, 2014
Xan Calonne wrote:
I don't own them, just tried em on. I would size them .5 size larger than your mocc size for a performance fit (very tight), a full size up for more comfort. Basically, I felt that they run about a half size up from the mocc so size accordingly and based on what you wanna use em for. They seem rad. Good luck!


+1, the 10 addict felt like 9.5 mocc when I tried them on.
nmiller
From Bozeman, MT
Joined Jan 20, 2011
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