Ferrini boots are handcrafted with careful attention to detail to ensure every pair is a great fit. Men’s boots are available in whole and half sizes from 8-13 in a standard (D) and wide (EE) widths. Women’s boots are available in the standard width (B) and typically range in whole and half-sizes from 6-10. 


When buying a pair of Ferrini boots, try them on with the socks you would normally wear and take them for a stroll on a carpeted surface. New boots should fit snugly at the instep, arch and ball of the foot. Your toes should have a little wiggle room inside the toe box. Be careful not to get too big a size, because the leather will soften and stretch a skosh over time. Western boots should initially slip a little bit in the heel, typically about ¼- to ½-inch. This slippage will disappear as your boots flex and conform to the shape of your feet. If you require a wide width and none are available, try a regular width boot one half-size larger. 


Please note, the following is a guideline only for determining your recommended size and not a fit guarantee. Measure both feet. Some people have one foot slightly larger than the other. Choose the size that fits the larger of the two. Consider the socks you’ll wear most often with your boots. For thicker socks, or if you prefer to add a comfort insole, you may want to order boots a half size larger than you normally wear. Measure your feet in the afternoon, when feet tend to be their largest.


Place or tape a large piece of paper on the floor. Using a pencil or pen, trace both feet on the paper. Draw a straight line at the top of the toe and the bottom of the heel for each foot outline. With a measuring tape, measure the length in inches between these straight lines for each foot. This is your foot length. Using the larger of your two feet, find your foot length on the chart below to determine boot size. Remember, this is a guideline, not an exact size.