Handmade classic men's Chelsea bootsRegular price $169.39 Sale price $84.69 Save 50%
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Toe: round toe
Insole: cushion insole
. Shoe Width: Regular
. Fit: Fits true to size, take your normal size
. Handcrafted: Hand Stitched sole and 100% Handmade Shoes
. Goodyear Welted Construction: Over 200 step process, makes the shoe highly durable, water-resistant and supportive. This is the highest grade of construction in shoemaking industry-wide.
How to Find Your Shoes Size?
What you will need:
1.Two pieces of paper, each larger than your feet.
2.A pencil, pen or marker.
4.A ruler or measuring tape
1. Tape A Piece Of Paper Down To The Floor.
You are going to trace an outline of your foot to measure, so avoid doing this on carpet or any other surface that will be difficult to write on.
2. Trace Your Foot To Find Your Shoe Size
Draw the outline of your foot all the way around. You can wear the socks you are planning to wear with the shoes you would like to buy, but don't wear shoes.
3.Measure The Length Of Your Foot.
Use the ruler to measure the length of your foot from the longest toe (usually the big toe, but depends on the foot) to the back of your heel. Write down the measurement.
4.Measure The Width Of Your Foot
Measure the length of the foot across the widest part of the foot (usually across the ball of the foot). Write down the measurement.
5.Find Your Shoe Size On A Size Chart.
Compare your foot measurements to our shoe chart to find the number that correspond to your foot size.
If you don’t know your shoe size, please measure the length of your feet.
If you have broad feet, we recommend selecting one size larger than your measurement.
It's common for one foot to be slightly longer than the other. For example, if your results are: right foot (254mm) and left foot (257mm), then your appropriate size would be 42.
We recommend someone else measure your feet, as this generally increases accuracy.