Is my Boot Size the Same as my Shoe Size?
The answer is yes and no. While fit can be a subjective thing, here are some guidelines:
- Ride boots fit true to measured U.S. shoe sizes.
- Get measured on a Brannock scale.
- If you have an average width foot (D for men, B for women), purchase your "measured" size.
- If you have a wider foot, purchase one half size larger than measured.
My Boot Size Falls Between Two Binding Sizes. Which Size Should I Purchase?
If you own a Ride boot, the smaller of the two bindings will provide the best fit. Other brands are a little more complicated.
Consider the following:
- How bulky is the boot?
- If it is very compact, the smaller binding will fit best.
- If the boot is older and bulkier, the larger binding will be best.
- Whenever possible, trial fit the boot and binding together before purchasing.