How To Measure For DeNiro Boots

ts no secret we all love DeNiro Boots whether there your long riding boots or your short boots. Finding a perfectly fit boot with that custom feeling doesn’t have to be stressful.


Before measuring yourself make sure you are in the riding clothing you would usually wear. (Use the jodhpurs and Socks that you would ride in.

There are other ways to measure if you don’t have a flexible tape measure? Use a piece of string and wrap it around the widest point of your calf, then cut it to the correct length. Measure this piece of string with a tape.

When measuring imagine that the tightness of the tape measure would be the fit of the boot.

All riding boots will eventually drop lower, this is unavoidable. So measuring to the crease behind the knee is important.

Always work in centimetres (cm) and get a friend or family member to help. If you have any other queries on how to measure your self or require assistance please contact us on 01948 820 720 or [email protected]

Due to high demand of certain items you will be informed whether we have your size in the required boot in stock. If the boot you requested is out of stock, you will be notified with the available designs in your size or whether you would like to wait and order the Item. Orders for boots that are not in stock are on a 6-8 week delivery time.

1. Foot Size

Select your foot size?


2. Calf Size 

In a standing position with the feet flat to the floor, have a friend measure the widest part of your calf. Remember to wear your normal riding leg wear and measure both calf muscles as the measurements may differ.

3. Height Size 

Select you height size: In a standing position with bare feet and a slightly bent knee whilst keeping your feet flat, get a friend to measure from the bottom of your heel to the crease of your knee.


Find your ideal Height and Calf Width using your measurements and the chart below. When you purchase your DeNiro Boots, we’ll ask that you also enter the measurements you took so we can verify that we’re making the correct size.

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Posted by: Danny Painter
Posted on: 30/07/2019
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