Meindl Boot Sizing Guide

We want your Meindl footwear to not only fit your feet but also your outdoor lifestyle. No matter where you are or what you are exploring, it is critical your footwear fits properly. Our boots and shoes are constructed using different manufacturing techniques and different lasts (forms) which helps us tailor our boots and shoes to excel in different environments. 

The construction technique and last we select to build each style can make that particular boot or shoe fit differently, even within our own line of products, which is why it is important for you to follow our fitting guidelines to get you into the correct size. 

Here are some helpful tips to use when choosing the right size footwear for you:

    • Get your foot professionally measured using a Brannock device. These Brannock devices can be found in most shoe stores.  
    • Measure your feet in the afternoon, if possible. Our feet tend to swell slightly over the course of the day.
    • Measure your feet for length, width, and arch length. 
    • Measure both feet. It is common to have different size feet. If this is the case for you, order to fit the larger foot.
    • When measuring your feet, be sure to wear the socks you will most often use in your Meindl footwear.

Don't have access to a Brannock device? Click on the below link for Meindl's printable version of a Brannock to measure your feet in the comfort of your own home. 

Because the last and the manufacturing technique we use can change the way our footwear fits, Meindl USA gives guidance for proper fitting on each style we sell. All of our sizing recommendations are based off the Brannock measuring device, which is why it is critical to have your foot measured using that device. 

We collectively have decades of experience fitting Meindl footwear to the person and activity, so our fitting guidelines come with the knowledge needed to ensure you get the correct fit.