FEATURES of the Zamberlan Women's 333 Frida GTX Boot
Disclaimer We only ship this brand to US Addresses. Gender Womens
|US WOMENS SIZE||6||6.5||7||7.5||8||8.5||9||9.5||10||11|
|Foot Measurement (in.)||9"||9.3"||9.5"||9.7"||9.8"||9.9"||10"||10.3"||10.5"||10.6"|
|Foot Measurement (cm)||22.9||23.5||24.2||24.7||24.9||25.1||25.5||26.1||26.4||26.7|
HOW to MEASURE
To find out your Zamberlan footwear size, measure the distance from the back of your heel to the tip of your longest toe. For a realistic measurement, do this while wearing a pair of socks. Here's how to do it:
1. Place a sheet of paper on the floor and trace your foot with your heel against a wall, making sure to keep your foot perpendicular to the wall.
2. Measure the outline from the back of your heel to the front of your toes.
3. Find this measurement in the chart below, corresponding to the selected LAST for the model you are considering. Note, if you are between measurements, use the next biggest cell to the right.
4. Repeat these steps for both feet. If one foot is bigger than the other, order the size that fits your bigger foot.
Tip #1: It is not uncommon for some Zamberlan customers to find their ideal size is 1/2 size smaller than what they may use in their everyday footwear. While most find Zamberlan runs “true to size”, some have to size down by this 1/2 size to get an ideal fit.
Tip #2: Due to the technical nature of our footwear, particularly the stiff midsoles in our backpacking boots, getting the correct size is of paramount importance. Get too big of a boot, and you may be subject to heel blisters caused by heel slippage. Get too small of a boot, and you may endure toe rubbing and cramping.