Determining your shoe size
You can measure your own shoe size yourself. You do this by standing on a piece of paper and drawing the outline of your foot (withsocks /tights on). Measure the distance from the largest to e to the back of the heel. Take the distance from your biggest foot to determine your shoe size in our size chart.
(Please note measurements may vary a little as our products are handmade. Once you start wearing the boots they will shape around your feet and legs as the leather breaks in.)
|Footlength in cm||European size||UK size||Us size||total height inc. heel||Heel height||calf width|
|24,1 cm||size 36||3||5||20,0 cm||3,0 cm||32,5 cm|
|24,7 cm||size 37||4||6||20,0 cm||3,0 cm||34,0 cm|
|25,3 cm||size 38||5||7||20.5 cm||3,0 cm||35,0 cm|
|25,9 cm||size 39||6||8||21,0 cm||3,0 cm||36,5 cm|
|26,5 cm||size 40||7||9||21.0 cm||3,0 cm||36,5 cm|
|27,1 cm||size 41||8||10||21.5 cm||3,0 cm||37,0 cm|
|27,7 cm||size 42||9||11||21.5 cm||3,0 cm||37,5 cm|
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Because of the (re)use of vintage rugs every pair is truly one-of-a-kind and unique in color, patterns and structure.