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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Do we carry every style and size you see online in our stores?

No. Many of the styles you see online are there because we are able to drop ship many styles from the manufacturer straight to your door. There is no extra fee for drop shipping an item. If you do see something online and you would like to try it on at one of our stores, please call and we'll be glad to help you.

What size boot or shoe do I order?

Ordering the right boot size is critical for comfortable feet. It is suggested that you order the size most common with the fit of other boots, and not tennis shoes as tennis shoes can run a size big. In the case of work tennis safety shoes, order your tennis shoe size. When ordering footwear, order the proper width for your foot. It is sometimes believed that ordering a wide size will help with the comfort of your feet in a safety toe shoe or boot. However, this can cause proper support to be inadequate for the foot and arch, causing early fatigue and overall discomfort. Incorrect sizing can also cause a shoe or boot to break down prematurely.

Bib Overall vs. Jeans and Pants Sizing

Bib overalls fit differently than jeans and pants. Many customers believe you order the same size for both items. However, if ordering an insulated bib overall you should go up two sizes in the waist (36 jean size should order a 40 insulated bib size) and down one size in the length (32 jean length to a 30 insulated bib length). This is because you do not want insulated bibs to fit over clothes, nor do you want them to drag on the ground and get wet. In unlined bibs you order only one waist size larger, since you don't wear them over clothes.

Why you should care for your boots!

Properly cleaning and conditioning leather work boots and shoes is crucial to extend the life of the leather. Many work environments cause a drying out of the leather which would cause premature breakdown or cracking, especially in flex points. Even the stitching throughout the boot or shoe can dry and get wet over and over, which causes a breakdown of the fiber in the stitching. This can cause the stitching to come undone or pop out if not conditioned and cleaned. Cared for boots last the longest! We offer many different types of cleaners and conditioners!

Yes. Cotton socks can kill your boots.

Cotton socks are comfortable when they're dry, but when your feet naturally perspire and your socks get wet, they're terrible for the liner of your boot or shoe. Wet cotton socks are abrasive to a liner, causing premature breakdown and discomfort. Wicking socks are more expensive, but they really do extend the life of the inside of your boot. Plus, your foot stays much more comfortable throughout the day.