|Length in CM||22.6-22.9||23.0-23.3||23.4-23.8||23.9-24.3||24.4-24.9||24.9-25.3||25.4-25.7||25.8-26.1||26.2-26.6||26.7-27.0||27.1-27.4||27.5-27.8||27.9-28.2|
|US Women's Size||6||6.5||7||7.5||8||8.5||9||9.5||10||10.5||11||11.5||12|
HOW TO ACCURATELY MEASURE YOUR FEET TO FIND THE CORRECT BOOT SIZE
- Start by collecting a few things from around your house, including a yardstick or ruler, a soft tailor’s tape or paper tape, a piece cardboard or printer paper, and a pen.
- Draw a 90-degree angle on the cardboard or paper using the yardstick or ruler. The lines should be long enough so that your longest toe touches the horizontal line and the widest point of your foot touches the vertical line.
- Ensure that you’re wearing your hunting socks while taking these measurements. Stand on the paper or cardboard with your feet shoulder-width apart and place your full weight on both feet.
- Have a second person mark where your heel and the widest part of your foot lands on the cardboard or paper. Ensure that you’re keeping the pen vertical when making your marks. Leaning the pen inward or outward against your foot will skew your measurements.
- Place the edge of the tailor’s tape on the straight line and measure the widest and longest point of each foot down to 1/10th of a centimeter.
- Add both length measurements together and divide them by two. This is your length measurement.
- Add both width measurements together and divide them by two. This is your width measurement.
- Record your measurements and refer to the goHUNT Sizing Guide and Staff Reviews to find the right boot size for your foot profile.