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    As the title says really, I'm hoping to buy some Doc Martens from Ebay and it doesn't state whether they're men's or women's (although they look pretty unisex anyway). I always thought men and women's shoe sizes were equivalent to each other but I just thought I'd double check to make sure I'm definitely buying the right size. Thank you
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    I'm not sure if they're the same, but Doc Martens are definitely uni-sex, just get your normal size, and you'll be fine
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    They're not the same, I don't think it'll make too much difference especially with doc martens though.

    Here's a converter anyway
    http://www.csgnetwork.com/shoe_size_converter.html

    So you can see the difference. Its only about a size I think.

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    For the UK, there isn't although I find that women's shoes are narrower than men's.
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    I wear my bf's shoes sometimes as we are the same size. Some of his shoes seem a little wider, but others seem like almost a perfect fit to be honest :P
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    I'll just go ahead and get my normal size then in that case, thanks for the help! :cute:
 
 
 
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