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Sizing & Charts

Please know that The Boot Warehouse provides the following charts to help confirm customers decisions. They are to be used as a guide only. The Boot Warehouse cannot take any responsibility for customers incorrect size selection as every foots different. Please visit us in store for a professional accurate fit.

All Of The Footwear We Sell Is (Australian) UK/AU Sizing - The Same As UK Sizing
For example, if you know your Men's US Size, compare it to the UK/AU Size in the Chart . . . and that's the size you order.


If you are unsure of the Size you normally wear in any of those 'Sizing Types', then measuring your feet length will provide a guide as to what size footwear you need to order. a Following the simple guide below, measure 'both feet'. You will most likely find one foot is slightly longer than the other, which is quite normal. Then find your boot size on the Oliver Size Chart by comparing your foot measurement.

Please be aware that all boot and shoe manufacturer sizes vary slightly, and sometimes even vary between styles from the same manufacturer. So using this information is not foolproof and should be used as a guide only.

1. You'll Need A Large Piece Of Paper.

2. Stand With Your Heel Against A Flat Wall

3. Mark The Longest Distance From Your Heel To The Tip Of Your Toe. - Then Measure It


  • Always do both feet as quite often one foot is slightly longer than the other. (Use the longest measurement)

  • Always measure with socks or stockings on if shoes or boots are to be worn with them.

  • If the measuring result you get is 'in between' - go up a size.

  • If your feet have an unusually high instep or you have wider than normal feet, take the time to send us a message via 'contact the seller' before placing your order. We will be able to provide more information and advise you of alternatives.

If you still get it wrong, don't worry. We will always exchange for your correct size. However a few extra minutes spent checking now (and then double checking!), could save you delays, unwanted postage costs, and frustration later on.


All Australian Boot Manufacturers produce their 'half size' boots at exactly the same length as the preceding 'full size'. As an example, a Size 9.5 boot is the same size in length as a Size 9 boot - The difference is in the girth (the width across the forefoot), which in the half sizes, is manufactured several mm wider than the preceding full size. So the half sizes 'feel' bigger, and are recommended for people with wider feet