Sizing Guide

To determine which Boot Band size you need, you will need to take a measurement.

Which Size? Follow these steps:

1. Put your boot on and zip it as far as you can.
2. Measure across the gap for the width - from open zipper to open zipper - at the widest point.
3. Measure the length of the gap - from where the boot's zipper stops to the top of the boot.

Once you know these numbers, you will be able to find the Boot Band that is closest to your measurements. 

 

The slider and zipper on your boot will provide the information you need to choose the right BOOT BAND.

Please Note: The size of the Boot Band you will need will be based on the width of your boot. For example, you may purchase a pair of boots that has a circumference of 16 inches and if you calf measures 18 inches, the Half Calf Boot Band will definitely work for this boot. But if you purchased another boot that has a circumference of 14 inches, then you would need a Full Length Boot Band.

Tips:

- Most boots will use the "Standard Coil" and the "Standard Metal" BOOT BAND. You purchase the boots you want first and then buy the Boot Band with the matching zipper, or you can purchase your BOOT BAND and then find the boots that it will expand.

The zipper and slider on your boot will provide all of the information you need to choose the right BOOT BAND. On your boot, you need to determine if it uses a metal zipper or a coil zipper. Metal zippers look a little like railroad tracks, and coil zippers are coiled and are usually made of plastic.

Then you need to determine size of your zipper. To find the size, zip your boot all the way up and look on the back slider. On the back of most sliders, there is a number like 4.5, 5, 7, 8, 10. If there isn't a number then it will be a Standard Coil or an OPTI Zipper.


Please Note: The size of the Boot Band you will need will be based on the width of your boot. For example, you may purchase a pair of boots that has a circumference of 16 inches and if you calf measures 18 inches, the Half Calf Boot Band will definitely work for this boot. But if you purchased another boot that has a circumference of 14 inches, then you would need a Full Length Boot Band.

Know your calf size and the boot's circumference!