What's my size?
SELECTING YOUR FOOT SIZE:
We are working on moving all our styles across to Australian sizing but in meantime please use the below chart when choosing your foot size.
* Please note, that this is a guide only and based on what we believe to be Australian foot sizes.
MEASURING YOUR CALF SIZE:
Given we are all about finally finding boots that fit you, it is important that you know how to measure your calves, to ensure the perfect fit!
To measure your calf, you will need a tape measure that reads in cm.
What's the difference between calf, boot height (or 'shaft'), ankle, heel height, and toe lift measurements?
- The calf measurement is taken at the widest part of your calf, and is considered the widest part of the boot.
- The boot height (or 'shaft') is the length of the boot.
- The ankle measurement is taken at the smallest part of the leg.
- The heel height is the measurement of the heel from the ground to the sole of the boot.
- The toe lift measures the distance that the toe lifts from the ground.
Measuring Your Calf
- Take a seat with your foot flat on the floor.
- Wrap the measuring tape around the widest point of your calf, and note the measurement to the nearest centimetre.
- Repeat on your other calf.
If measurements are different, use the wider measurement during the ordering process.
Measuring Your Leg Height
While you're shopping at Pergoni online, there are boot height measurements (sometimes referred to as 'shaft measurements') on every product page.
Please note that the exact height of each boot will vary with shoe size and calf width.
- Take a seat with your foot flat on the floor
- Touch the end of the tape measure at the base of your heel - don't include the heel of the boot
- Take the tape measure straight up the back of your leg to the corresponding boot height.
- This will give you a good indication of where the boot will sit.
SELECTING YOUR CALF SIZE:
Chart A Is to be used for all boots except the mid calf boots.
Chart B Is to be used for mid calf boots only, these styles sit lower on the leg.
The recommendations in the charts below are based upon our opinion on how boot should fit. The calf sizes may go up to (but be no greater than) 2cm bigger or smaller than your calf measurements.