Sizing - Blundstone
Blundstone boots sizing unit: UK/AU
THE RIGHT FIT
We’re passionate about feet. It’s our thing. Did you know that most people have one foot that’s smaller than the other? And that most of us have 26 bones in each foot, but some have 28? (The extras are on the bottom of the foot just behind the big toe).
So, we’ve designed a range of footwear that means you can find the right Blundstone for you. Different footbeds providing varying levels of cushioning and support, different lasts, lacing systems (traditional laces vs zips vs the Boa system), different leathers, “V” cut vs Chelsea cut - all of these variations bring diversity to the sizing and fit.
It means that there’s sure to be the perfect Blundstone for your feet.
Try on different styles and sizes, try them on both feet, and try to shop in the afternoon when your feet may be slightly swollen – this helps avoid buying boots that are too small. And, be sure to walk around – your feet usually get two sizes larger when you stand up.
WHAT SIZE ARE YOU?
Blundstone boots and shoes are marked with Australian sizing. Please refer to the size guide that is on the page of this website for the product you are interested in.
Adult/Unisex Sizing Guide
All Blundstone lifestyle boots come in a unisex size - even our women’s heel and high-top boots. To find your size, use the “Adult unisex sizes” chart below.
Womens Sizing Guide - Safety Range Only
Sizing is in Womens AU/USA.
Childrens Sizing Guide
Online shopping - how to get the perfect fit
STEP 1 - Foot length
The best way to do this is to stand barefoot on a piece of paper and mark where your longest toe ends. (Fig 1)
Measure your foot length in millimetres from the back of your heel to the tip of your big toe (Fig. 2).
Repeat this step with both feet, and use the largest measurement to calculate your Blundstone size from the chart above.
STEP 2 - Need some width?
For those with a wider foot, we suggest you select a half size up.
Blundstone half sizes
When you buy a Blundstone half size, the footbed is exactly the same size as the non-half size. So what’s the difference? Our half sizes have a little more leather in the upper of the boot, providing extra room for people with wider feet.
STEP 3 - Trying them on!
When you receive your boots, try them on while you’re wearing the socks or stockings you will typically wear with your boots.
Ensure you’re standing up, and try them on a carpeted surface so the bottom of the boots are protected.