Safety Toe Boot Size Information

All of our boots are available in Regular (R) and Wide (W) Widths, with some styles offering Narrow (N) and Extra Wide (XW) widths as well. Since sizes and widths vary among boot styles, please check individual boot styles for available sizes and widths.

Steel Toe Boot Sizing Chart You can determine your correct Belleville size by using a Brannock measuring device to accurately measure the size and width of your foot. A Brannock device is the metal measuring device found in most shoe stores across the U.S.

Standard Width Belleville Width
B Narrow (N)
D Regular (R)
EE Wide (W)
EEEE Extra Wide (XW)

How Our Boots Should Fit

To fit well, you should have a slight amount of room in the front of the boots to wiggle your toes. Width-wise, your boots should feel a little snug (but not tight!) Your heel should stay in place while walking and not slide back and forth (which can cause blisters). To improve the fit of the boot, try loosening or tightening the laces at different parts of the boot until you get the perfect fit.

Tips to Help You Order

Try on our boots with a pair of socks that will usually be worn with the boots.

In some cases, we have found our hot weather boots are slightly larger in fit than your normal running shoe size.

In most cases, we have found that boots containing a GORE-TEX® bootie may require ½ size larger than our hot weather boots for a proper fit.