Boot Sizing Guide
These recommendations are meant to help you in finding the perfect fit in your boots . Fitting a boot is different from fitting a pair of shoes or sandals, so be sure to check for fit while standing in your boots and wearing socks.
While standing, wearing both boots, look for these signs of proper fit:
Your entire foot should feel snug in the boot EXCEPT for your heel. Your heel will slip in a properly fitted new boot, but will stop after the leather softens and the boot conforms to your foot.
The ball of your foot should be at the widest part of the sole of the boot. Unlike feeling for the fit in your toes (like trying on a shoe), the proper location of the ball of your foot in the boot will ensure a good fit throughout. If the ball of your foot is too far forward in the boot, your toes will in the toe portion of the boot.
The instep should be more snug over the top of the arch of your foot than in your normal shoes.
Determining Your Perfect Size:
- Start with your normal shoe size
Try on boots with socks because they can add a ½ size to your feet.
If your feet are between sizes, order the larger of the two sizes.
If your feet are a narrow width (and no narrow sizes are available to purchase), you may need to order a ½ size smaller than your normal size.
If your feet are a wide width (and no wide sizes are available to purchase), you may want to order a ½ size larger than your normal size.
If your feet are different sizes, you should order the size that fits the larger foot.
"B" width is standard for a woman’s boot (may be labeled "M" for "Medium" width). Narrow width is "A". Wide width is labeled "C".
"D" width is standard for a men’s boots. Narrow width is "B". Wide width is labeled "EW".
For most comfortable wear, we recommend wearing boot socks with your boots to reduce slippage.