HOW TO TRY ON A Polo BOOT
For the best Lucchese polo boot fit, take the following steps when trying on boots.
STEP 1 - STAND
Insert your fingers into the boot’s pull straps, widen the opening and pull the boot on using your body weight. Note: If the foot slips into the boot too easily, the size is too big. Try on both boots, since not all feet are created equal!Tip: It’s very common that one foot may be slightly larger than the other. If so, Lucchese recommends ordering the size that fits the largest foot or place a special order with our customer service.@ phone (800) 430-7150 email Sales@SaratogaSaddlery.com
STEP 2 - LISTEN
When your foot sinks into the correct size, you will hear (and feel) a slight thump inside the boot.
STEP 3 - REST
The ball of the foot should rest comfortably in the widest part of the boot just in front of the arch. There should be at least a thumbs width of space between your toes and the end of your boot.Tip: Refrain from using your hand to press the toe area to determine fit as you would with a shoe. This method isn’t a true determination with boots and could damage the leather.
STEP 4 - GRIP
The correct fit grips like a firm handshake, with firmness over the top of the instep and a slight slip (typically around 1/4 to 1/2 inch) in the heel. The goal is a snug fit, but not to the point of discomfort. If you feel any discomfort, consider a larger size or place a special order for a custom fit @ phone (800) 430-7150 email Sales@SaratogaSaddlery.comTip: Until the leather breaks in, there will be some slippage in the heel. As you wear the boot, the leather conforms to your foot reducing the slippage.If you have any questions please call our qualified and friendly