Hello Boot Guys,
My wife was shopping for new boots last year, and she found her feet liked a pair of Dalbello (Krypton? They reminded me of old Raichle) boots. The thing was, they were definitely too small for her, and the salesman at the store, whom I've known and worked with for a few years, told us that Dalbello doesn't make woman's boots in sizes larger. This seemed very odd to me, but I certainly didn't have the knowledge to call shenanigans on the issue. We plan to start shopping for new boots this fall, and before we head out, I'd like to know if there's a general maximum size sold for various brands? My wife usually wears a US size 10 (woman's of course). I don't remember what size of boot she had tried on sadly, as this occurred last fall.
If there is some magical ceiling on woman's boot sizes, what issues should we look out for when having her try on men's boots?