Size guide

Shoe size - calf circumference - foot width - ankle circumference

Find the right pair of boots for you by following the instructions below!

How to determine your shoe size?

1. Place a sheet of paper on the floor and against a wall

2. Standing, place your heel against the wall and the edge of the paper

3. With your foot flat, mark its end with a pencil

4. Using a measuring instrument, measure the length of your foot

5. Refer to the table below to determine your size

We recommend that you use your usual size.

If you are between 2 sizes, choose the bigger size.

Most of our boots and sneakers have a removable insole which, once removed, allows you to increase the length and width of your foot or the height of your instep. This removable insole can also be replaced by an orthopaedic insole, so you can still feel comfortable and at ease in your shoes!

How to determine your calf circumference?

1. Take the measurement on the widest part of your calf

2. Use a soft measuring instrument that will not leave a gap between the calf and the measuring instrument

3. Measure your two calves and take the larger of the two if you notice a difference in measurement

4. Refer to the table below to determine your calf size
(XL, VARIO XL/2XL, 2XL, 3XL)

Elastic bands or laces on the boots give you up to 2 cm more comfort in the calf area.

How to determine your foot width?

1. Take the measurement on the widest part of your flat foot

2. Use a soft measuring instrument that will not leave space between your foot and the measuring instrument

3. Measure both of your feet and take the larger of the two if you notice a difference in measurement

4. If you usually wear very thick socks inside your shoes, please add 1cm to your foot width

Now that you know your foot width, check that it's suitable for the model(s) you've selected using the size chart in the photos describing each boot model.

How do you determine your ankle circumference?

1. Measure the area just above your malleolus

2. Use a soft measuring instrument that will not leave space between your ankle and the measuring instrument

3. Measure both of your ankles and take the larger of the two if you notice a difference in measurement

4. If you usually wear very thick socks inside your shoes, please add 1 cm to your ankle circumference

Now that you know your ankle circumference, check that it's suitable for the model(s) you've selected using the size chart in the photos describing each boot model.

Now that you know your shoe size, your calf circumference, your foot width and your ankle circumference, find the models that suit by using the filters that are present on our e-shop when you go to the "Shop" tab.

On the other hand, for each model selected, please refer to the summary table in the description photos to make sure that the size is right for you!

If the size still doesn't fit, you can return your order free of charge!

Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any doubts!

Good shopping !