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Fitting Advice 

Finding the right footwear fit can be tricky. Below we've put together a guide to some of the most common foot shape conundrums to help you make the best choice. Remember, we offer free returns, making getting the perfect fit even easier. From wide fit shoes to high instep sandals we've got you covered.

If you would like any further advice, whatever the query we’re happy to help! Visit us in store or call our product team on: 01404 510440

For general size information visit our Size Guide page and for just bigger sizes, view all of our size 9 womens shoes

 

Select your foot type from the options below to find out our recommendations for shoes that will make your feet smile!

A wide foot means you need more room where your foot flexes at its widest point.

We design our footwear with comfort in mind, meaning all our styles are created to fit a little wider than a D fitting. You'll find that different styles of shoe will fit differently, some being a little more or less generous than others. We'd always recommend trying different styles to see which suits your individual foot best.

 

See All Wide Fit Shoes, Boots & Slippers

Narrow feet means may need more fitting assistance to keep shoes securely on the foot, or a narrower space where your foot flexes at its widest point.

The following styles can be suited to narrow feet; this may be because of their adjustable nature or simply the design of the style which can lend themselves to narrow foot shapes.

 

See All Narrow Fit Shoes & Slippers

A high instep means that more fitting room may be needed over the top of the foot.

The following shoes have been designed with a little more room. Many of these styles can be adjusted using the buckles or laces for the perfect fit.

 

See All High Instep Shoes, Boots & Slippers

Having a high arch means you may have a prescription for orthotic inserts or may need more support under the arch with a footbed.

Our suggested styles will either have enough room for your own orthotic or a built in foot bed with a supportive arch.

 

See All High Arch Shoes & Boots

Having wide calves means you need more adjustability and room around your calf.

The following styles can be suited to wider calves. they may feature zips, darts, elasticated panels and/or straps which allow for more room. they may be designed with a larger calf in mind. All of our boots have calf measurements detailed in the sizing tab of their product descriptions. 

 

See All Wide Calf Boots