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    06-05-2010, 10:33 PM
how to find good fitting boots?


I am looking to get a pair of boots asap.
My problem is, I usually bring back pairs of boots from france. So I know my size over there.
In america, I usually wear shoes that are 7, or 7.5
The thing is, I looked into 2 pair of boots that I brought from france, the US size says 5.5 ????

Can anyone tell me, do horse boots have different size than normal shoes in america?
And so, which size should I go for? I m trying to get a pair from a forum like here or online, due to lack of tack stores near me. How do I know I am buying the right size without trying?

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    06-05-2010, 10:35 PM
    06-05-2010, 10:39 PM
Whats the difference between M and W?

See though, with this chart im 37.5 to 38 in europe. So technically US should be 7 to 7.5 eventhough my boots says 5.5 ....
    06-05-2010, 10:48 PM
M = mens
W = woman's

I unfortunately don't have a clue about shoe sizes beyond that chart. I would go with your real shoe size, not what your boot says.

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