Sizing Chart


How to order the right size cowboy boot:

  • When in doubt, go with your current shoe size. Most cowboy boots run true to size and because of the high quality leather, boots need to be worn in.
  • If you fall between two sizes, order the larger size because you can always wear thicker boot socks for a better fit and feel.
  • Know your shoe width, which is usually similar to your current shoe width.   A= narrow B=Medium/Average C=Wide

Boot Dilemmas:

  • I have athletic calves: Boots with a shaft of 12" or smaller would be the best bet for the perfect boot.
  • I have one foot bigger than the other: Consider purchasing boots that match your larger foot size and wear a thicker sock and insole in the boot of your smaller foot
  • I am flat footed: Boots with a shorter heel and rounded or square toe would be your best bet.
  • My foot has a high arch: Boots with a zipper entry are easier to put on and allow for you to insert a needed insole.

Over time, the leather will mold to your foot and be the boots you never want to take off!

 

Shoe Sizing Chart:

                                         US Size           European Size

                                             5-5.5                   36

                                             6-6.5                   37

                                             7-7.5                   38

                                             8                         39

                                             8.5-9                   40

                                             9.5                      41

                                             10                       42

 

 Basic Clothing Size Chart

Size USA
Dress
Size
Bust (in) Waist (in) Hip (in)
XS 0-2 29-31 22-24 30-32
S 4-6 32-35 25-27 34-36
M 8-10 36-37 28-29 38-40
L 12-14 38-39 30-34 42-44
XL 16 40-42 35-38

46-48

 

BUST – Measure around the fullest part of your bust

WAIST – Measure around the narrowest part of your torso

LOW HIP – With your feet together, measure around the fullest part of your hips/rear

THIGH – With legs slightly apart, measure around the fullest part of your thigh.