As riders and online shoppers, we know it can be tough to buy a new bridle or pair of boots without trying them on. That's why we moved the fitting room to your living room (or barn)! From breeches to blankets, if you or your horse can try it on, you can return it, free! Just use the pre-paid return label included in your order within 60 days from the purchase date. And of course, please make sure the item is in like-new condition with original packaging (we said 'fitting room', not 'war room'!).
Step 1: Find Your EU Shoe Size
If you do not know what your shoe size is in EU, then you will need to convert your size from your current shoe measurement system to EU:
Women’s 4-EU 35, 4.5-Eu 35,-5-EU 35-36, 5.5-EU 36, 6-Eu 36-37, 6.5-EU 37, 6.5-EU 37, 7-EU 37-38, 7.5-EU 38, 8-EU 38-39, 8.5-EU 39, 9-EU 39-40, 9.5-EU 40, 10-EU 40-41, 10.5-EU 41, 11-EU 41-42, 11.5-EU 42, 12-EU 42-43
Men’s 6—EU 9, 6.5-EU 39, 7-EU 40, 7.5-EU 40-41, 8-EU 41, 8.5-EU 41-42, 9-EU 42, 9.5-EU 42-43, 10-EU 43, 10.5-EU 43-44, 11-EU 44, 11.5-EU 44-45, 12-EU 45, 13-EU 46
Parlanti tall boots run true to size and you should not have to account for any differences in shoe sizes to match Parlanti’s fitting.
Step 2: Find Your Calf Width
You need to do this measurement with your breeches and riding socks on. Start by taking a tape measure (in centimeters) and measure the WIDEST PART of BOTH of your calves. If both of your calves have different measurements, use the larger measurement of the two calves. Make sure that you measure in centimeters! Do not measure in inches and try to convert the measurement! (Trust us on this one). Circle the corresponding set of calf widths on the right hand side of the column on the chart. TIP: If you are in-between calf sizes, go larger. Boots that are too tight around the calf could put your zippers at risk
Step 3: Find Your Calf Height
This is where having another person help you measure would be beneficial. Essentially you are measuring the distance from the bottom of your heel to the crease in the back of your knee (in centimeters). Be sure that the leg is slightly bent (like the diagram shown) and that you are barefoot, or in socks. This measurement should be taken from the back, and not from the front or sides. Once you have your measurement, add 1.5CM to this number to account for drop. Circle the closest measurement to your corresponding foot size and calf width options.
Step 4: Find Your Corresponding Size
Now get your size code! This is as simple as following the cell that contained your calf width and calf height measurements and follow it to the first column! Then you add your shoe size to the front of the size! The person below would be a 39 MH (39 Shoe, Medium Calf Width, X Tall Calf Height)
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