Solite Boots provide the highest performance, warmth, and comfort if they are sized and fitted correctly. Here’s our Solite fitting guide to help you choose the correct size for your unique foot shape and ensure the best fit:
If you have Average to Wide Feet:
You should purchase your regular shoe size or half a size smaller. You want your new Solite Boots to feel tight out of the box, because the heat molding process will stretch them just enough to the perfect size. If your boots feel too big out of the box in any way, shape or form (length/width/arch), then we suggest you go down a size. Remember, even if they feel tight out of the box, heat molding will expand the boots to a perfectly snug and comfortable fit.
NOTE: If you plan to use the 1mm Heat Booster Socks inside your boots, you possibly may not have to size down. In fact, if you have wide feet you may even want to size up by half a size if you plan to use the 1mm Heat Booster Socks. For example, if you are a wide size 10.5 and plan on using the 1mm Heat Booster Socks, a size 11 may actually be a better fit. This is particularly applicable to the 6mm boots, which won't stretch in the heat-molding process as much as 3mm boots.
If you have Narrow or Low-Volume Feet:
You can most likely size down 1 to even 2 sizes from your regular shoe size. During the heat-molding process, the boot will stretch to fit your length, and reduce in volume to hug your narrower foot. Once again, the 3mm Boots tend to stretch more easily during heat-molding than the 6mm boots, so keep this in mind when choosing your Solite Boots.
Solite Boots are all sized in US Men’s sizing. To convert from US Men’s sizing to your US Women’s sizing, go 1 to 1.5 sizes lower to find the correct fit. For example if you would normally wear a Women’s size 8, you Solite Boot size will be a size 7. If you wear a Women’s size 7.5, your Solite Boot size would also be a size 7.
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