Size Guide


  • Never rely on your current shoe size
  • Measure your feet in the evening (feet tend to swell during the day)

Step 1. Measure your feet

  • Put on some socks you would also wear while skating
  • Place a paper on the floor against the wall 
  • Stand on the paper with your heel against the wall
  • Mark the paper exactly where your toes finish
  • Measure the distance between the end of the paper and your longest toe
  • If your feet are different in size, use the size of your bigger foot

Step 2. Check the size chart on the product page


Compare your foot length with the boot's footbed length and find your optimal boot size. Most of skaters like their boots to be 4-5mm longer than their feet.

At this point, you should be able to choose the right size. 

How to make loose boots fit better 

If your feet are different in size, or for any reason you feel your boots a bit loose, here are a few simple but effective hacks to achieve a tighter fit: 

  • Use thicker socks 
  • Use thicker insoles 
  • Place a flat (second) insole underneath the stock insole 
  • Use ankle footies 
  • Any combination of the above

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