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How to fit a Cowboy Boot
WESTERN STYLE - COWBOY / COWGIRL DRESS BOOTS
The Proper Way to Fit a Western Style Boot
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FITTING HINTS
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BOOTS
 
YOUR FIT = There will be a little bit of resistance when first putting a new boot on.  
Your Boot should fit comfortably snug in the front.  As it is made out of a skin, it will
act like a skin and make the adjustment to your foot.  It will literally form to your foot.  
A boot that starts off with any excess room in the front tends to get sloppy in the
long run.  

The heel of the boot will slip up and down when new.  This is normal as the sole of
the boot is stiff but will break in and begin flexing at the roll of your foot.  Where your
foot flexes as you walk, that is where the sole will flex.  The slippage will minimize by
about 50% and adjust itself to where you will not consciously notice it.  Try it in your
current boots.  If you are consciously thinking about it, you will notice some slippage.

The ball of your foot (the large knuckle, widest point) will line up with the ball of the
boot (widest part).  Once this is true your toes will be where they are supposed to be.  
You do not check where your toe is as in a shoe.  You check where the ball of the
foot is.
A boot is designed differently than a shoe and is meant to fit snugly.  That is why you
may notice that one boot feels tighter than the other.  One foot is always larger than
the other to some degree.  Some more than others.

DON'T WORRY.  Each boot will break in individually to each foot and before you
know it Both Boots will feel equal.

HINTS: Place your thumb on one side of your instep and your index finger on the
other and bring them together with a little pressure.  If there is a small amount of
excess skin, or none, and the boot is comfortably snug it is a good fit for your
instep.  If there is more than a small amount of excess skin (wrinkle), the boot is too
large or too wide.

If any of your toes are bumping the end, it is too short.  This will normally be one of
the first 3 toes however, each foot is DIFFERENT.

Normally a boot will be 1/2 to 1 size larger than a Name Brand tennis (athletic) shoe.
How to fit my boots / The proper way to fit western style cowboy / cowgirl boots

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