How to Measure

How to Measure for a Proper Boot Fit

How to Measure

First time orders, please use the catalog order form or use plain paper and follow these instructions exactly to assure best results:

Draw a Paper Outline
Measure Circumference
  1. Wearing your boot socks, stand on a sheet of paper. Distribute your weight evenly on both feet. Holding a pencil straight up and down, have someone else trace the outline each foot. It's okay to overlap tracing lines.


  2. Have someone else measure the circumference of your foot at the heel, instep and ball with a paper measuring tape, as shown on the diagram. Gently pull tape snug. (For an accurate measure, sit down and cross the leg of the foot to be measured over your other leg at the knee.

  3. Have someone else measure around your leg at 6", 8", 10", 12", 14" and 16" internals from heel to desired boot height. Example: if you want a 10" height boot, send us your 6", 8" and 10" measurements.

  4. Indicate your size of boot or shoe normally worn.

Note:  If you have ordered from us in the past, we may have your measurements on file. Please note when you last placed a order by approximate year, to help us find your records.

Special Order Boots

You can order your White's in many heights and colors. However, only the most popular heights and colors are considered "standard." These standard heights and colors are clearly pictured and easily found in our catalog and on our website. Standard boots may be exchanged provided they have not been worn outdoors or scuffed. Others marked special orderare not regularly stocked and must be custom made. Special orders boots cannot be exchanged or returned.

The All-Leather Legend

White's Boots- How to Fit

Printable Order Form

White's Boots, Inc. BBB Business Review

Spokane Weather