So I'm sitting here thinking about my options for winter footwear and right now, these are the two most attractive options so far. The problem is, I haven't tried either of them and I'll have to order without trying them on most likely. Here's where I'm at right now: The Saucony is cheap and if I get the spike version I can alter the amount of traction I need on a given day, from tiny snow studs or nothing at all to full on spikes. The roads around here usually have a layer of packed snow a few inches thick and it can get quite slippery in the right conditions so any extra traction is welcome. I'm uncertain about the fit though. The EVO seems to me like the better option since I'm more certain that it will fit. I had wide feet before I started BFR but now it's just plain ridiculous. Also, it is more minimal than the Saucony and, to be honest, I want to support them as a company with their ethical shoe design philosophy. The downsides are the price, I can get two pairs of the Sauconys for the same price, and the lack of traction on ice. I figured I could get YakTrax or similar but still, I'd rather not have to deal with that. So, those of you who have tried either of them and especially those who have tried both, what should I do? How's the width of the Saucony? Does it stretch at all? How bad is it to run in EVOs and YakTrax? Im guessing it gets pretty annoying to step on the same cord over and over again.