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Is women's size 5 same as junior size 5

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    Is there any difference? Shopping for running shoes and the same design is about £20 cheaper in the junior section.
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    Why don't you just try a pair on and then you'll know for certain.
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    I've got a couple of pairs in junior sizes 3 and 4 and haven't noticed any difference in sizing, apart from the width in some cases. Really though, there's no massive difference.
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    (Original post by SHABANA)
    Is there any difference? Shopping for running shoes and the same design is about £20 cheaper in the junior section.
    Does that mean kids sizes?
    Like shoes go 1 - 13 and then start again at 1.
    So size 5 is like baby feet?
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    Yes, it's the same. At least I assume so, because I have size 4 in children and adult's size and they both fit me.
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    Huh? Aren't women's sizes the same as men's sizes? And junior/children sizes are smaller? I haven't been able to fit in any junior sizes since well before I finished Primary School.
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    They can be a bit slimmer in the width which is nice :yy: but yeah, I've got 'kids 5s'.
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    Thanks for your replies, opted for a 5.5

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