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TC pro fit issues.

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So, got a pair of TC pros. Wondering if they are the right size.. because they are actually comfy. I typically wear a 41.5 muira vs., have a size 9 mythos (wished they were 1/2 size smaller) and here I have a 42 and a 41.5 tc pro.

 

So, how are you all fitting these? Do they stretch... like the mocassym? (wear a 9.5 in those)

the 42, my little toes feel a bit cramped for space, big toe is mostly flat.

41.5 big toe is slightly curled, little toes cramped for space.

Any insight?

 

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they stretch a little bit, it's more like a break in.

 

Moccs stretch at least a size and a half. TC's are maybe half a size.

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I wear a street size 9.

My TC Pros are size 41, and I fit them for all day use and for my toes to be flat for more comfortable crack climbing. Not awesome for thin edging, but OK. size 40.5 would be better for edging, slightly less comfortable.

IMO, based on your description, a size 42 for you would fit like my 41 does.

They hardly stretch at all, but they did become more comfortable after a while. So, yes, more like a 'break in'. They will not stretch anything like a mythos or mocassym, not by a long shot.

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