The Heritage Post - vol 41
90.00 DKKSize Guide
For clothing sizing information, please read the description of the given product carefully.
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Measure and compare, before purchase. Below here, you can see how we measure our jeans.
HOW TO FIND YOUR BOOT SIZE
There is no “normal size”, because there are no “normal feet”. Feet in general are either narrow or wide and are all three-dimensional. Shoes, however, are normally produced only in different lengths, because consumers nowadays demand many colorways and designs, rather than varying fits.
In the 1960’s many shoemakers produced a far smaller number of shoes and then produced them in several widths (example: B, D, E, EE etc). Note: Width is not to be confused with a slimmer shoe silhouette.
Do notice that US producers convert US sizes to EU sizes differently, so it can be a help to focus on CM (centimeters) or USA (US).
Sneakers often have a slimmer silhouette than boots, so many will go down half a size from their sneaker size to their boot size.
Narrow and normal width (D):
All boots, shoes and sneakers.
Wide width (EE):
Red Wing 8111EE or 875EE and all Danner boots, as they are all in width EE.
This document only serves as a general guideline. If possible, stop by and try your new boots on. If not possible, drop us an email at email@example.com
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