For narrow feet buy Lowas. Great bootNo experience with the schnees. Purchased a pair of the Crispi really liked the construction and fit of the boot except they were just a tad short. Purchased my normal size and really wanted them to work but in the end passed them onto my son. Kennetrek, have used them for several years, seem to run true to size, my feet are a little on the narrow side and I've been using their medium width. Seem to work fairly well, feet stay dry, don't end up with blisters and above all don't loose any toe nails. Are well made and hold up well. Have used everything from the hikers to the mountain extreme. Hikers good to go right out of the box. The stiffer boots do need some break in. Have slowed down the past year with 2 new knees, but before that hiked the mountains of Oregon and Idaho approximately 60 days a year between 5 and 10 miles a day. Only use the boots for hunting and scouting. Don't know if this is type of information you are looking for or not. Have a great day.
I just did pick up a pair of lowas. They feel pretty good and I do like the fit. But haven't had them very long, so didn't feel like l knew enough about the them to give an opinion on them. And when it comes to foot wear that's all it is an opinion, what works for one may not for another.For narrow feet buy Lowas. Great boot