Size Guides

Blundstone Size Guide

A step by step guide to measure your feet 

Measure your foot length. An easy way to do this is to stand on a piece of paper and trace the outline of your foot. Then measure from the back of your heel to the tip of your big toe. This will give you the length of your foot. Make sure you measure both feet and go with the largest size.

When it comes to comfort, it is just as important to get the right boot width as the length. While our leathers will stretch and mold to your feet over time, if you prefer a wider fit select a half size up.

Refer to the size below and compare your foot measurement to the chart below for the perfect fit.

When you receive your boots make sure you try them on standing, wearing either socks or stockings that you wear with your boots. Please also try these on a carpeted surface so that the bottom of the boots is protected.


Pro tip: For most women, you can subtract 3 from your US size to find your Australian size (example - if you are usually a 9 US, your AUS size should be 6).

Men need to subtract 1 from their US size to find their Australian size (example - if you usually a size 12 US, your AUS size should be 11)