Size Guide Hunter Men's

Hunter Men's Footwear

UK EU Max Calf Area (inches) Leg Height (inches)
6 39 15.4 15.0
7 40/41 15.4 15.0
8 42 15.9 15.0
9 43 16.2 15.9
10 44 16.4 15.9
11 45/46 16.5 15.9
12 47 16.7 15.9

Men's Clothing

Size UK EU
XS 34 44
S 36 46
M 38/40 48/50
L 42/44 52/54
XL 46 56
XXL 48 58

 Men's Wide Fit Boots

UK EU Max Calf Area (inches) Leg Height (inches)
6 39 16.3 11.0
7 40/41 16.5 11.0
8 42 16.9 11.0
9 43 17.0 11.0
10 44 17.0 11.0
11 45/46 17.8 11.0
12 47 17.8 11.0

How to measure feet

If you wish to measure your foot or calf for a more accurate size selection, follow the steps below. To get the most precise measurement, we recommend that you consider what clothing you’re likely to wear with your boots when measuring. For example, decide which socks or trousers you will wear with the boots. If you are unable to measure with the clothing you are likely to wear, we suggest that you allow for an extra 0.5cm (0.19in).

Step one:

Stand up straight on a hard surface with your heel against the wall and a piece of blank paper taped to the floor, flush against the wall beneath your foot.

Step two:

Have someone mark the longest part of your foot (referred to as heel-to-toe length) on the paper with a pen or pencil, or measure yourself if necessary. Repeat with the other foot, as right and left sizes may be different.

Step three:

Measure the longest part of your foot, taking the measurement from the back of your heel to the end of your big toe. Women should add 6mm to this measurement to allow for movement and room when the boot is used, men should add 8mm. This combined measurement will be your insole length, which you will find on all our size guides.