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|ers seem to offer the same sizing guidelines for wide legs boots. So be sure that if you are buying wide width calf boots online, that you take note of the store's measurement guidelines and order the right fit for your foot and for your calf.
Wide Fit Boots Tips:
When you're buying your wide legs boots, don't forget to consider the length of the boot. (This is often called the shaft, and is measured from the bottom of your UGG Boots Outlet foot, up the side of the leg, and does not factor heel size at all).
Any boots that finish at a mid calf point sit on the widest part of your leg, which can make your legs look wider than they actually are. Look for boots that either finish below the mid calf or just above it for a more slimming appearance. Some wide fit boots stores also offer different height boots, UGG Boots On Sale to help avoid this problem.
Cheap Wide Fitting Ladies Boots Stockists:
There are a number of great cheap wide boots stockists to choose from. Names to look out for include:
David TateCheap Wide Boots Options and alternatives:
Instead of searching down specalist wide width calf boots, if the circumference of your calf (at it's widest point) is under 16 17", you may be able to find regular fit boots that you can wear, making them cheaper than regular wide fit boots.
Ugg style shearling boots that fasten at the sides are good (see my review of Emu Paddington boots). Some boots that finish just below the calf will also fit people with plus size legs.
Some boots, if you order UGG Boots UK a size up from your regular size will also fit okay in the calf. Or, you could consider buying stretch boots, that are designed to 'give' with wear and UGG Boots Outlet fit up to around an 18" calf width. If you buy some that are super tight at first, try wearing them a little lower on the leg for a few days (scrunching them down a little), until the fabric begins to relax a little and then move them up your leg a little at a time until they are comfortable to wear. If your regular fit boots are just a little tight, try taking them to a sh