Boot Sizing Guide
Measure your Feet
On a hard surface, tape a piece of blank paper to the floor and attach it flush against the wall.
Stand on the paper with your heel against the wall. Place approximately 80% of your body weight on your foot with a bent knee.
Mark the longest part of your foot (heel-to-toe length) and widest part of your foot on the paper with a pen or pencil. Make sure your pen is held vertically, not at an angle. Repeat with the other foot, as right and left feet may be different sizes.
Use a ruler to measure the length and width measurement for each foot, in millimeters (mm), e.g. 201. If you do not have a metric ruler, you may print one via the below link. Please be sure to print at 100% scale and be sure to begin your measurement at the zero graduation.
Take your measurements and enter them into our boot sizer to find your CBC size.
- Please note. Our boot sizing guide is based on skating barefoot. If you want to skate with socks, then you should take that into consideration with your size selection and consider going a size up.
CBC Boot Sizer
|Length (mm)||Width (mm)|
|CBC Short Track
|CBC Long Track
*Please Note: Our Long Track boot is designed to accept both narrow and wide feet, and therefore comes in one standard width. The Short Track boot, however, is offered in both a standard and wide model.