Get the whole family in boots this holiday season
Your hunt for good boots is on, but none seem to suit you. Either they’re too tight around the calves or too narrow around the toes. So what are you doing wrong? Getting the right measurements are important. Here are some suggestions to get the right fit and size with your boots:
17” circumference boot
In the winter, wet weather conditions coupled with ill-fitting boots could chafe your feet to leave them bruised and raw. I remember wearing the wrong kind that was narrow around my feet and agony on my feet. A year later, my feet and my toes still ache at times, courtesy those shoes. If your feet or calves are wide, you need to look for 17” circumference boots or maybe even more, depending on your feet and calves size.
Go with accurate and specific numerical measurements for your boots. Don’t go with standard 14” circumference measurements. Try them out for comfort and walk around for a while to make sure the boots fit you well. Spicy Cognac women’s faux leather boots with buckled strap accents on the top are easy to pull on and comfortable because of the 17” circumference on the top. Morgan tall boots in distressed leather with buckle detailing have wide calf or wide shaft with a circumference of 17½”.
Chippewa engineer boot
Armed with these suggestions, kit out the entire family with comfortable boots. Chippewa Bomber Engineer boots or Motorcycle boots are good gifts for the season for your dad or grandfather as they’re great for working in, gardening, tramping around in the snow or any tough activity. The boots are stitched for durability with the sole of the shoe being completely replaceable. The Chippewa Boot Company is an established outdoor shoe manufacturer so you know you’re getting the best in terms of quality and style.