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Properly sizing footwear without the convenience of trying on a variety of pairs can be extremely difficult. We encourage customers to seek out local stockists as a first solution, but we know that is not often possible. We have created this page to help guide your online purchases and, most importantly, to offer a more in depth look at the various lasts we offer. Please note that all purchases made through viberg.com can be returned for a refund or exchange.

As a general rule of thumb our boots fit about a size larger than normal. More specifically, if you measure a 9 on a Brannock device chances are you will be comfortable wearing an 8 in our boots. Most people wear their true Brannock size in athletic footwear, so a full size down from your sneakers is an easy way to think about it. Our boots fit this way because we use lasts that are based on traditional industrial and military shapes. For the most part they were originally designed to accommodate a thick sock, liner, insole, etc, none of which are necessary for casual wear. We do not prescribe to a UK sizing system, though the end result of going down a full size is usually correct.

Here you will find a closer look at some of our more popular lasts, as well as visual examples of them in use. This information is meant as a resource and does not guarantee you the correct size.

For further information or advice please contact us via email at: info@viberg.com