Getting The Perfect Fit
Know These Facts
1: No two pair of feet are the same.
2: Your right foot and left foot are not normally the same size or width.
3: Your feet can swell and get bigger during the average work day. What might fit you in the morning may not necessarily fit the same when you get home from work.
4: No two work boot brands are made the same.
5: Everyone wants their work boots to fit perfectly.
6: The average person usually takes 8,000 to 10,000 steps a day, which equates to about 1,500 miles a year.
6: The human foot contains 26 bones, 33 joints, 107 ligaments and 19 muscles, which can all hurt if the wrong size shoe is chosen.
When choosing your size and width for your shoes/boots, if you purchased work boots or shoes before, check that size first. If it fit good, then it will probably fit again, but keep in mind if the boots/shoes you bought were not made in the USA, the sizing can be different, then if that is the case you might want to refer to the charts below to help you choose the right size USA made boots/shoes.
Your feet change during your lifetime. To make sure that you get the best possible fit we suggest you follow the simple sizing directions below to help you select your size and width. The measurements used are industry standards.
1.Place a piece of blank paper on a hard floor.
2.Stand on the paper wearing a sock of medium thickness.
3.Holding a pencil vertically (90º), place a mark at the end of your heel.
4.Place another mark at the tip of your longest toe
5.To find your size, measure the heel-to-toe mark and use the inch-to-size table. For example, if you are a man and your foot measures 10 1/4" long, you will wear a U.S. size 9 shoe.
6.If your measurements are between two sizes, or you find one foot's measurement larger than the other, always move up to the larger size.