Size Guide

Need help with sizing?

 Our sizing chart is the best place to start! But firstly …

1.The size of your feet continually change - yes, you stop growing at around 25, but as you age your skeleton relaxes, which could cause your feet to grow at any age! Ideally you should measure your feet before every purchase, or at least once a year.

2. It’s pretty normal to have one foot slightly larger than the other, so make sure you get a size closest to the larger foot (it’s better to be a bit bigger than a bit smaller!). 

3.Get measured at the end of the day when your feet are the largest. When you are up during the day, your feet will swell and settle some. You want to make sure you are comfortable throughout the day and not just when you head out of the house in the morning.

4. Round toe shapes leave more room than pointed toe shapes 

5. There are about 26 bones, 19 muscles, 33 joints and 107 ligaments in a human foot. Their development differs person to person. That’s why; two people do not meet the same standards, regarding foot sizes.

6. When measuring for boots always measure with your socks on to get the best fit.


We offer a custom boot collection for Ladies needing a wider circumference.

send us your exact measurements and we will specially make your boots to fit your legs perfectly.