I have a pair of the Golite Trail Fly MN. ( I don't know what the MN means...mens narrow?- they are not narrow so I don't know.)
I did not see an order option for any widths and do not know if there are any width options.
Bought from nantahala outdoor center online- Shipped fast in two days.
- Not much wear time yet so this is just a fitting note for online size ordering help.
Info for the Sun Dragon model may be different.
The Golite sizing seems to be different in that the sizes are not in traditional half size increments- 10, 10.5, 11, etc.
Golite Trail Fly is in whole sizes and listed as 10-10.5 , 11-11.5, etc.
I wear a 12.5 in the Montrail CDC and a 12.5 in NB 907 D. I wear the 12-12.5 in the Trail Flys.
So, if you normally wear a half size (12.5), then you can choose the Golite 12-12.5 size OK. If you normally wear 12, then I guesss you also have to size up to the 12-12.5 or they may be too small-this may be the tough sizing part for many who are normally whole size wearers.
Another way: They feel a tiny bit larger overall than my 12.5 NB and CDC's. Maybe a 1/4 size.
The toe box width is wide. A wee bit wider than my other shoes listed above. I like that. It can be adjusted a bit by lacing and with the different under sole pads included (Precise Fit System).
The felt comfy out of the box.
Mid foot and heel area is tiny a bit wider than my NB's too, but not as much as the toe box. I can see that the extra width will not be a problem for me and after a long day the extra room will be a plus. The heel area also cut lower like the NB's and that is good- my CDCs took forever to break in due to a too high heel side area that rubbed my ankle bone.
Weight for a single 12-12.5 shoe is 16.2oz
(The NB 907D 12.5 is 14.8)
Overall they seem to be a good shoe, well made, and I look forward to testing them on the trail.