How to Buy the Best Cowboy Boots that Fit Online

When ordering apparel from an online store, you may sometimes find yourself worrying about how it will fit once it arrives at your door. If you’ve ever hesitated about buying cowboy boots online, there’s no need to fret any longer! Sheplers, your one stop shop for all things in men’s western wear, tell you how you can pick the best pair of cowboy boots from an online store.

To find the right size that will fit you once they arrive, start with your normal shoe size. Most pairs of boots will fit your feet similar to the way a dress shoe would. Typically, boots that come in your shoe size are going to fit you. However, some brands of cowboy boots have their own unique fit due to the handmade glory of them. Below we share three different brands of cowboy boots and how they fit.

Lucchese Handmade Boots – Lucchese cowboy boots tend to run true to size; however, the Lucchese Twisted Cone Last may fit a bit differently than the others.

Tony Lama Boots – Although they fit true to size, Tony Lama boots can run a bit narrow, depending on the type of fit you choose.

Ariat Boots – Being one of our most popular brand of boots, Ariat mens boots fit true to size, and are one of the most comfortable.

Being that every foot is different, Sheplers suggests ordering a half size larger if you happen to fall in between two sizes of shoes. Believe it or not, a vast majority of the population has one foot that’s bigger than the other. We also suggest matching your shoe size to that of your bigger foot. When it comes to width, men’s western wear boots are typically sized in B, D, and EE widths. B meaning narrow, D meaning medium to average, and EE meaning wide.

We believe that the right fit for your cowboy boots is important. Sheplers men’s western wear store has more resources in order to help you buy the best cowboy boots that fit online.

Contact us today if you have any further questions regarding how to pick out the perfect pair that fits you!


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