How to Buy Cowboy Boots Online: Tips from the Experts

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Whether you are browsing our expansive selection of men’s work boots or checking out our women’s riding boots, when you find a pair you like you want to make sure that they will fit. At Sheplers Western Wear, we understand that incorrectly guessing your size and then having to exchange boots for a different size is tedious and time consuming. To try and prevent this from happening, our online boot store has compiled a list of a few tips to help you determine your cowboy boot size.

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Three Tips for the Perfect Cowboy Boot Fit

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Are you having a hard time finding the perfect cowboy boot fit? Then let Sheplers show you exactly how comfortable cowboy boots are supposed to feel.

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  1. Find the correct size. Keep in mind that socks can add a ½ size to your feet, so you might want to go up a size in order to make sure that you end up with comfortable cowboy boots. For those that are in-between sizes, we recommend ordering the larger of the two sizes. Also, for those with narrow feet, order a ½ size smaller than your normal size; if you have wider feet, order a ½ size bigger in order to get the right cowboy boot fit.
  2. The heel slippage is temporary. This means that your heel will slightly slide up each time you take a step. After you have worn them for a while, the leather will conform to your foot shape and the heel slippage will stop. The more you wear them, the faster you will have comfortable cowboy boots.
  3. Look for a snug cowboy boot fit. When you first put them on, don’t freak out if the cowboy boot fit is snug; sit down, grab onto the pull straps at the top of the shaft, and push your foot through to the foot of the boot.

Three Tips for the Perfect Cowboy Boot Fit

Read More

Are you having a hard time finding the perfect cowboy boot fit? Then let Sheplers show you exactly how comfortable cowboy boots are supposed to feel.

Shep June Blog 8

  1. Find the correct size. Keep in mind that socks can add a ½ size to your feet, so you might want to go up a size in order to make sure that you end up with comfortable cowboy boots. For those that are in-between sizes, we recommend ordering the larger of the two sizes. Also, for those with narrow feet, order a ½ size smaller than your normal size; if you have wider feet, order a ½ size bigger in order to get the right cowboy boot fit.
  2. The heel slippage is temporary. This means that your heel will slightly slide up each time you take a step. After you have worn them for a while, the leather will conform to your foot shape and the heel slippage will stop. The more you wear them, the faster you will have comfortable cowboy boots.
  3. Look for a snug cowboy boot fit. When you first put them on, don’t freak out if the cowboy boot fit is snug; sit down, grab onto the pull straps at the top of the shaft, and push your foot through to the foot of the boot.