ROLLINS SAFETY BOOTS COME IN A RANGE OF SIZES TO FIT EVERY FOOT

Lace-Up Work Boot

GL31-T
Lace-Up Work Boot

Available in sizes -
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13

Sued Safety Work Boots

Black Elastic Workboot

T906 / B906 Elastic-Sided
Work Boot

Available in sizes -
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15
Safety Jogger

AS81130
Athletic Jogger

Available in sizes -
5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13

 

OUR CUSTOMER HAS REQUESTED 7½ BUT ROLLINS BOOTS DON'T COME IN HALF SIZES, WHICH SIZE DO I RECOMMEND?

Generally speaking a size 8 would be the best choice. Strictly speaking, ½ sizes are the same length, but, the ½ size indicates the sole is a wide fit.

ONE FOOT BIGGER THAN THE OTHER?

Actually, most people have one foot larger than the other.  When choosing the size it's always important to cater for the largest foot.  Inner soles and heel grips can be used very effectively inside the shoe containing thesmaller foot when there is a significant size difference. 

WHAT ABOUT CUSTOMERS WITH WIDE OR NARROW FEET?

Rollins Boots come in standard width fittings, so customers with very wide feet may want to consider going up a size.  Alternatively, narrow feet may require an innersole and / or heel grips to achieve a comfortable fit.

Footwear Size Guide

 

HOW TO RECOMMEND THE CORRECT SIZE SAFETY BOOT

Although most of us are familiar with shoe sizes, they can differ significantly between brands and style. It is important that you read these instructions to ensure the Rollins Work Boots you sell are comfortable to wear.

HOW TO MEASURE FOOT LENGTH

Measuring Foot SizeMeasuring feet is easy and done by tracing the feet and measuring the length of each foot. In order to get the most accurate figures you will need paper, a pencil and ruler.  Trace feet in the evening, after the feet have swollen to their maximum size wearing the socks that will normally be worn with the boots.

 

TRACING YOUR FEET

Place one foot on the paper and allow it to rest naturally

Holding the pencil perfectly vertically and perpendicular to the paper, trace around the perimeter of the foot as closely as possible without angling the pencil.  It is not necessary to draw the outline of each toe; the longest toe is of primary concern

Using the ruler, measure the distance from the very bottom of the heel to the top of the longest toe.  Record this measurement (in millimeters, eg. 270mm)

Repeat these steps with the other foot. Remember, one is likely to be marginally larger.

Using the table above, identify the 'Maximum Foot Length' - this provides a recommended 10mm from longest toe to steel cap