Benefits of Custom Boots?
Our lowest end boot, starts at a higher quality than any other boot. Thats because of our commitment to quality.
"Its a valid question. I've been buying boots for way cheaper, I buy them right off the shelf, and never thought twice about it. There's a few things to consider with your boots when it comes to work that your missing out on, and actually hurting yourself in the process not knowing of a better way. Lets start with the first way you are hurting yourself; starting with comfort; keep reading till "financially" and you will be surprised.
Comfort - bad fit with pain vs. perfect fit with comfort
Consider your feet, which are irreplaceable, and have a $$$ value which any person would struggle to put a number on. Your feet could be miserable, and its unnecessary. You have the option of a perfect fitting pair of boots, take it.
Quality - You get what you pay for? Not really
The overall structure of the boot, is a high quality product. It feels good, looks good, works good. Its not flimsy, and you have peace of mind knowing you can rely on them, everyday.
Financially - $1.90/day vs. 55 cents/day
In 5 years, you are spending $2500.00 instead of $729.00 with JK.
Hygiene - Bad smell vs JK
Investing in a high quality product is well worth it.
Complete in 3 steps
What you’ll need:
Fitsheets, Tailors tape, #2 pencil or same thickness pen (no bumps, rubbers, or curves), Hard flat surface, Someone else to take measurements for you (recommended)
(Use socks that you intend to wear with your boots). *Note: thick or wool socks pair very comfortably with custom leather boots
Place Fitsheet on hard and even surface
Stand with one foot on Fitsheet, the other foot on even surface.
- Note* stand normally with your body weight distributed evenly
Trace your entire foot
-Note *Be sure to hold pen at a 90° angle perpendicular, straight up and down to paper while tracing.
2. Circumference measurements
(Use socks you intend to wear with the boots.)
Sit down on a chair, relax foot on hard flat surface
Wrap tailor’s tape around the circumference of your feet and legs at indicated areas
- Note* wrap the tape snug to comfort, not too tight, not too loose
- Note* during the “ball measurement” be sure to find both inside and outside bones and wrap tape around foot in that area
3. Wall foot length measurement