In general our footwear fits about one full size larger than typical US sizing. We suggest going with your UK size or one size down from your North American Brannock measurement. For womens sizing we suggest wearing three sizes down from your usual US size. For more specific advice please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1004 - The “Cantilever Last” is based on a vintage orthopaedic shape that curves with the natural anatomy of the foot. Fits a half size smaller than our other lasts.
1035 - A classic round toe last with a low profile, originally developed for our Derby Shoe. A great alternative for those that find the 2030 too narrow in the toe.
2005 - A generous round toe last with a high instep specifically for pull-on styles such as the Engineer or Roper.
2030 - Our most popular last. Based on a Canadian military boot with a low profile and almond shaped toe.
2040 - A Munson style last with a narrow waist and slight bump in the toe box. Inspired by a 1940s work boot.
2045 - A Munson style last with a wider forefoot and deeper toe box than the 2040. Similar to WWI military issue boots.
2050 - A narrow last with an almond shaped toe and high instep originally developed for our Chelsea boot. Based on a vintage Argentinian riding boot.
240 - This is our standard hiking boot last. It has a generous width and volume in order to accommodate heavy socks or liners.
310 - A sprung toe last with a high volume toe box and raised heel. The sprung shape helps create a natural rocking motion when walking.
320 - A generous square toe last inspired by vintage mountaineering boots and developed specifically for our Apsley Boot pattern.
40218 - This is a round toe, low profile last with minimal heel drop developed specifically for our wholecut Slipper. Fits a half size larger than our other lasts.