Don´t worry - here is our guide on how to take the measurements at home yourself!
We will be there remote on Skype to assist you in every step of the measuring and answer all your questions.
- Wear breeches and socks that you would want to fit under the boots
- You need a tape measure, a pen, paper and an assistant to take the measurements
- Download our order form and fill it out after each measurement
- Measurements 1-4 should be taken while you are in a seated position and 5-12 while standing.
- See our film about how a fitting should be done
Follow the steps below
1. LENGTH OF THE FOOT + SHOE SIZE
A tip is to stand of a piece of paper agains a wall, with even weigh on both feet. Draw a line at the tip of the toe, then measure the length on the paper.
Also provide your regular foot size, we do have half sizes as well.
2. WIDEST PART OF THE FOOT
The ball girth, where you might bend the foot. Measure the widest part of the foot while sitting down.
The upper part of the foot. Find the instep bone on the top of the foot and measure around the arch.
4. HEEL ARCH
Measure in a sitting position, from the heel to the place you normally tie your laces.
Measure the thinnest part of the leg in a standing position.
6. LOWER LEG
Measure in a standing position, where the calf starts. Normally this measure is around 20 cm from the ground.
Find the widest part of the calf, double check to find the right place when measureing.
8. THE TOP / UNDER THE KNEE
Measure while standing, this is the measure of the top of the boots.
9. HEIGHT UP TO MEASURE 5
Measure the height form the ground up to the place where you took measure 5.
10. HEIGHT UP TO MEASURE 6
Measure the height form the ground up to the place where you took measure 6.
11. HEIGHT UP TO MEASURE 7
Measure the height form the ground up to the place where you took measure 7.
12. TOTAL HEIGHT
This is the total height of the boots. If you have another pair of boots, please use them as a reference. Measure the back side of the boots, outer sole excluded. Then see if that height matches your leg. The final boots will drop a bit as well, so normally 1 cm is added to this measurement.
The lead time might vary and is estimated but not guaranteed to 4 months.
Celeris is a small family-run business and all tall boots are both unique in terms of designs and measurements and manufactured by hand therefore we unfortunately have a limited possibility to speed up or offer shorter delivery times. We however always do our outmost to deliver our products as quick as possible.