For the most accuracy, we suggest you have another person measure. Properly fitted tall riding boots will, at first, be uncomfortably tight at the top of the boot and should come up to the back of your knee. As they break in, they will drop comfortably around your leg.

  1. Wear the clothing (breeches, tights, socks, etc.) you are most likely to wear with your boots.
  2. Sit in a straight chair with feet flat on the floor and knees at a 90º angle.
  3. Measure calf around widest part and height from floor to back of knee.
  4. Add 1 ½" - 2" to measured height to allow for drop as boots break in.