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I got Size 46 which fits me US Size 11 normal width foot. As stiff as they come unless you want to move up to a pure race shoe. Comfortable across the top of my arch - which is often a problem for me. No problems there. Ventilation is good - though as with any shoe - the ventilation lets in copious amounts of water on wet days. Something a piece of duct tape helps take care of. Duct tape also helps with cold air flow on winter days. Dry quickly if they get wet. I use them with Shimano SPD-SL Red cleats.
This is more a review of the Open Beta Test than the game itself but from what I saw of it, I liked the gameplay and direction that Dice and EA are taking with a World War I game. That has quite literally never been done before and I for one applaud them for at least attempting something new while Call of Duty roles out the same old tired futuristic poop they do every year.
I only recommend this product to those having seriously oily hairs if you want to use it daily. In general, this is not the daily shampoo to use cuz' it makes my hair way to dry (though admittedly very voluminous). However, if using this one alternatively with a gentler shampoo, it will make the perfect combo.
Fifty-some years old. Fell off my roof and severely fractured my left heel in late November, surgery in early December. Non-weight bearing for 12 weeks minimum afterwards! Sitting with foot elevated in a chair 17 hours per day and elevated in bed at night. Crutches the only mobility device to get around.... arghh! The surgeon recommended a knee crutch scooter which for me had several drawbacks. While reviewing the many brands and styles of scooters I saw this on Amazon. No pushing on a scooter or trying to negotiate around furniture and hallways, the ability to walk! I found the history of this device and the original iWalk online. The refinements made to the 2.0 version are tremendous! When it arrived I had it assembled in about 15 minutes and adjusted to use in about 15 more. The instructions explain how to begin use so you get comfortable with it. Once you get the "feel" for it, walking with a cane or crutch is unnecessary! Now that it is all adjusted I can crutch into the bathroom, lean against the counter or a chair, and have it strapped on in just under 1 minute! My wife can take a break and I can be much more independent. My surgeon wants to see it on my next checkup. I have been outside on my patio but no further due to snow and ice but once everything thaws I will be outside moving! For now it is great to be up and about and mobile! There are user videos on You-Tube and also on this company's website if you want to know more.