I'll be 100 percent honest and say that after bringing them out in the field three times, i never brought them back out. I lost 3 toenails coming out of the Pasayten Wilderness, which suprised the hell out of me. These boots never felt tight or like there wasn't enough room in the toe box. My only issue has been the soles are getting torn to pieces WAAAY too fast, and the boots are leaking where i'm pointing at in the picture on both boots. After early season scouting, I went back to my trusted Lowa Tibets, which performed like a champ for the 40ish days i spent in them during deer, elk, and bear season. My one word of advice with the Salewas is that they will not accomodate the rigid superfeet insoles. These boots narrow out at the arches a lot and therefore, the flat rigid support of superfeet gree, blue, and orange will not work with these. I still stand by my statement that these are insanely comfortable and mold to my feet very well. For some reason they didn't work out, and it sucks that they didn't. I'm probably going to be trying out the Whites Oywhee boots soon.