Fly London Boots Sizing
How Do Fly London Boots Fit?
Fly London are known for their distinctive styling, premium leathers and oh so comfy fit. One of the most common queries we get is about Fly London boots sizing, what size to choose and how they fit. At Begg Shoes, we are proud to offer a wide variety of Fly London boots and they are easily one of our most popular brands in the Autumn-Winter season.
Choosing a high-quality pair of winter boots can seem like a daunting task, but time and time again we find ourselves offering Fly London as one of the best options. We recently wrote a blog article on what to look for when shopping for investment boots, have a read to see why it pays off to spend a little extra to get boots that can last for longer.
The premium leather uppers of Fly Boots are often in gorgeous colours and finishes, so knowing how to care for your leathers is paramount to getting longevity out of your boots. The rubber sole units are instantly recognisable and are one of the best sole materials for improving grip. Fly London design their boots and shoes with details that really add the tough punk style edge, such as metal hardware, lace up fronts and more. Read on for our guide one how Fly London Boots fit as well as our size conversion guide.
Fly London Boots Sizing Guide
Fly London manufacture their boots and shoes in EU sizes, which are sometimes known as Continental sizes. The jumps between the EU sizes are smaller compared to both UK and US sizes. High street retailers often convert European sizes to the most convenient size, even if this is inaccurate. At Begg Shoes, we want our customers to have the best possible fit and our expert knowledge of how different brands fit has earned us a large and loyal customer base.
As you can see from the Size Conversion Guide, EU sizes are not as closely matched to the UK sizes as you might believe. In fact, one of the most popular sizes, a UK size 6, falls between continental sizes 39 and 40. Whilst we would normally recommend a size 39 in this situation, the different last shapes can fit everyone differently. This can depend on their own foot shape, toe shape and width fitting. This is why we train our staff to recognise toe shapes in both shoes and feet so that we can offer the best service to our customers.
Many of our customers require wider fitting shoes, and we hear the question “Are Fly London boots wide fitting?” on a regular basis. Fly London are often found to be quite generous, with many of our customers preferring to size down. If you find that you are between sizes, we would recommend trying the smaller size first. The width across the toe is found to be quite broad and Fly London boots are often ideal for those who require a wider fit.
Women’s Shoe Size Chart for fly london boots
best Fly London Boots
This is by far one of our most popular Fly London Boots for the simple styling yet recognisable Fly London stamp. Seen here in red suede, these Fly Chelsea boots feature the classic twin elastic side panels which offer improved fit and comfort. The small wedge on the rubber sole unit offers extra heel support whilst the roomy toe box is ideal for those who prefer wider fitting boots.
If you prefer to stand tall this Autumn Winter, a pair of Fly London wedge boots are just the thing. These gorgeous navy suede boots have a high ankle cuff, ideal for keeping legs and ankle warm in the colder months. Paired with navy tights and a floral dress, these would be perfect for dinner out this winter.
Combat boots are having a moment this season and we love this offering from Fly London. The statement wedge will defintely make you stand out whilst the black lace up front makes these look like Doc Marten style boots. Pair with black skinny jeans, a leather jacket and jumper for drinks out at your local.
When the temperature really hits below freezing, you will soon be reaching for your knee high boots to keep your legs and feet warm this winter. These Fly London knee high boots feature a soft suede upper which will gently adapt to the shape of your feet and legs. The separate heel is a new style for Fly London, and we love how you could easily wear these long boots with a smart skirt and jumper for winter office wear.
If you prefer something a little different, why not try these gorgeous purple leather Fly London boots? The three buckle and high ankle cuff really add a tough military vibe to these Fly London boots. The aubergene leather shade is stunning and will really add a pop of colour to your autumn/winter wardrobe.
Our size conversion guide is a guide only, as we know that fit can vary from brand to brand.
We are supported by The Society of Shoe Fitters, and a number of our core staff have completed expert training by the Society of Shoe Fitters.