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Measuring for Tall Boots

Using a soft tape measure and having someone help you will provide the most accurate measurements.

You want your new boots to be a firm fit as they will stretch with time.

    TIPS & TRICKS - Calf Measurement

    • Take measurements whilst wearing breeches and socks (choose a similar thickness to what you most commonly ride in)
    • Measure whilst standing or sitting in a comfortable position 
    • Hold the tape measure firm
    • Take multiple measurements from both calves to ensure you have found the widest point - usually one calf is wider

    TIPS & TRICKS - Height Measurement

    • Take the height measurement whilst standing, barefooted 
    • Measure at the rear of the leg, from the floor to where the back of your knee creases 
    • If you're primarily jumping and comfort is your main concern, you may wish to take 1cm off your measurement 
    • If you're primarily riding dressage and wish to have the appearance of an elongated leg, you may wish to add 1cm to your height
    • Keep in mind that new boots will drop 1-2cm in height


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