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Boot Fit Tips

Because boots don't have laces, proper fit is all about the instep.
Boots should feel snug in this area, but not tight.
If the instep is too tight, go for a wider or bigger size.

The widest part of the foot is called the ball (it's where you bend your foot when you walk or run).
Make sure the ball of your foot lines up with the the ball of the boot (that's the widest part of the boot where the steel shank ends).
If the boot is too short, your toes will be forced into the toe box.

Boots should slip slightly in the heel. Boots are built in such a way that there's nothing to keep your heel from riding up a bit.
As you wear the boot, the sole will become more flexible and most of the slippage will disappear with time.
If the instep is too loose, the boot will slip too much, which means that you need a narrower or smaller size boot.

Boot care tips

Find your leather type below to learn the best way to care for it.

  1. Remove loose dirt with a brush or rag. Clean thoroughly with leather conditioner or balm.
  2. Apply a thin coat of neutral shoe cream and rub with a soft cloth until leather shines.
  3. For a high luster, apply a thin coat of wax polish neutral paste on light colors; matching paste on dark colors. Brush or rub again.
  1. Remove loose dirt with a soft nylon brush.
  2. Do not use conditioners; conditioners may discolor the leather.
  3. Treat with two coats of Water Stain Protector when boots are new. Allow to dry between coats.
  4. Keep free of mud and drying elements.
  5. On snuffed grain, use a fine abrasive paper lightly on the areas that are already snuffed
  1. Remove loose dirt with a brush or rag.
  2. Replenish oils occasionally with an all-purpose conditioner.
  1. Remove loose dirt with a brush or rag.
  2. Frequently apply thin coats of reptile conditioner with a soft cloth.
  3. Let dry, then buff with soft cloth.