How do I accurately measure my feet?
To determine your shoe size, you should measure your foot from the back of your heel to the tip of your big toe.
The easiest way to do this is by drawing a straight line on a piece of paper and marking the end of your big toe and the end of your heel on the line then measuring the distance between the two marks. Keep your socks on for this and put your full weight on the foot to ensure a reading that will lead to the best fit. The size of the line is your foot length, which you can look up on the chart below. Do this for both feet, as they can be different sizes. If this is the case, you should always pick a shoe which fits your biggest foot to avoid pinching.
Shaft height and width determine how high and wide a boot is. To see how high a boot will be on your leg, measure your leg from the sole of your foot up your calf towards your knee. A boot with a 29 cm shaft will extend 29 cm up your leg. The shaft width is the widest part of the boot. To determine if a shaft will fit your leg, use a tape measure to measure the fullest part of your calf.
Alternatively, you can look up your shoe size on our foot measure. Print it out on A4 paper, without scaling the image, which will distort the measurements. Then place your heel at the back of the image and take the reading at the tip of your big toe.
Please note that this table is only intended as a guide and can differ from manufacturers’ measurements! Shoes can sometimes differ from brand to brand by up to a whole size. Make your decision based on your own experience or with the help or input from other customers.
Size Table for Women and Men
|Foot Length (cm)