Shearling Boots for Women with Wide Feet and High Insteps – Round Toe-Boxes and Extra Deep

Are you having a hard time finding a pair of shearling boots to accommodate the shape of your wide feet and high instep? Do you feel like all of the shearling boots that you try feel too tight around your toes and the top part of your foot? Most women make the common mistake of buying their boots longer to compensate for the width, but this usually leads to discomfort when walking. I have put together a list of the best shearling boots for women with wide feet, and I will show you this list shortly.

Most women with wide feet and high instep have the hardest time shopping for shearling boots, as most boot brands usually only carry standard sizes. Unfortunately, most shearling boots are not available in wide or extra wide sizes, so it’s hard to find a pair of these types of boots that can accommodate your wide feet. The good news is that I know which shearling boots work better for women with wide feet and high insteps from having fitted them before.

My Experience Helping Women with Wide Feet and High Insteps

I have been fitting women’s shoes for the last 10 years. I work for a specialized shoe store that helps women with “complicated” foot shapes and foot conditions find the correct pair of shoes for their feet, but we also provide regular shoe fittings.

I have helped several women with wide feet and high insteps find the perfect pair of shoes for their feet, and I am confident I will be able to help you as well.

Several women who come to the shoe store explain to me how all of the shearling boots that they have tried feel too narrow for their feet.

What Makes the Shearling Boots that I Recommend Ideal for Women with Wide Feet and High Insteps?

The shearling boots that I recommend provide these 2 important features:

Round Toe-Boxes: This feature is going to help prevent your toes from rubbing against one another or the side of the boots.

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✅ Extra Depth: This important feature allows the feet to fit deeply inside the boots and prevents the top part of your feet (instep), from rubbing against the top part of the boots. When women have wide feet and high insteps, there is a lot of extra foot volume that needs to be fitted inside the boots. Boots that provide extra depth are ideal for women with wide feet and high insteps.

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Read This Before You Order Your Boots Online!

Your foot shape and size can change over time, and some of the factors that contribute to this change are pregnancy, aging and weight gain or loss. Over time and because of gravity, our feet might get longer and wider.

As we age, the body’s ligaments and tendons lose their strength and ability to spring back. This means that our arches decrease, which flattens and lengthens the foot and toes.

This often results in an increase in shoe size by a half-size or more. You might also experience a change in foot width, meaning that even though you always ordered medium width shoes now you might have to start ordering wider shoes.

How to Retrieve Your Exact Foot Length and Shape

Buying shoes online can be a challenge. If you are unsure of your current foot shape or foot length, I suggest that you take a look at a different resource I created where I help women determine their exact foot shape from home. This is a free service:

How to Measure Your Foot Shoe Size – The Most Simple and Effective Way!

Now that you know your exact foot length and shape and what shoe size you need to order online, you are ready to take a look at the best shearling boots for women with wide feet and high insteps.

Shearling Boots for Women with Wide Feet and High Insteps ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Take a look at the description below the image of each boot to check whether that specific style is available in wide widths (W). Disclosure: Keep in mind that we may receive commissions when you click our links and make purchases.

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  • Lightweight and durable molded EVA outsole
  • Suede upper
  • Thinsulate sockliner

What Boot Size Should You Order?

To prevent your toes from rubbing against the front or side part of the boots, I highly recommend that you order these boots a whole size larger than the size that your feet measure. This translates to 3/8 of an inch or 0.8 centimeters of space between your longest toe and the end of the boots.

These are the widest shearling boots that I have fitted before for women with wide feet and high insteps. Remember that these boots are not meant to be worn in the snow or the rain.

Are These Boots Waterproof?

No, these boots are water-resistant but they are not waterproof. This means that you can wear them in the cold but you shouldn’t wear them in the snow or rainy days.

Can These Boots Accommodate Women with Wide Calves?

Several women with wide feet and calves were able to easily get these boots on and off. The boot opening measures approximately 12″ around.

Are Any Other Boots Available?

If you are looking for a different boot style to accommodate your wide feet and high instep or if you have any other questions you can email me at:

comfortablewomenshoes@gmail.com 

Women with wide feet and high insteps have the hardest time finding shoes that fit. When it comes to seasonal footwear such as boots it gets even more challenging. If you are looking for a pair of everyday sneakers to accommodate the shape of your wide feet and high instep I suggest that you take a look at the resource below:

Most Comfortable Sneakers for Women with Wide Feet — Rounded Toe-Boxes and Extra Depth for High Insteps!

Let me know in the comment section below if you have found a specific shearling boot that worked well for your wide feet and high instep. I am sure that other women will benefit from reading about your experiences.

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