Finding comfortable boots can be quite a hassle. They feel fine when you try them on in the store. You get them home and they don’t feel so fine. Reason? Feet tend to swell in boots, due to their more confining nature.
For the most comfortable fit, shop for boots late in the day, when your feet tend to be more swollen. Try them on with the hosiery you normally wear with boots. Avoid styles with extremely pointed toes and tight calfs. Wide heels, less than 2″ high, will have greater stability.
Of most importance, if there is even the slightest discomfort while trying on a pair of boots, do NOT purchase them. They may be the nicest boots you have ever seen, but you MUST walk away from them…………they will NOT “break in” and get more comfortable. Boots should feel good from the start. read more