Parlanti Miami Essential Field Boots
The Parlanti Miami Essential Field Boot is the perfect balance between the show ring and the training ring. Handcrafted using the same elements as the Classic Parlanti Miami Field Boot with the exception of a canvas interior lining and single stitching. Designed for increased durability with only the essentials in mind. The Parlanti Essential Line is available off-the-rack in the field and dress boot styles. Over 30 years of experience has gone into creating a riding boot line that perfects the balance between feel, durability, and cost. Features Include: Superior quality calfskin. Profiled fit. Single Stitching. (New) Canvas Inside lining. (New) Front elastic laces. Back zipper. Spur holders and back zipper protection. Glued and stiched rubber sole. 6 month warranty.
How to Measure for your tall boots
- STEP 1 - FIND YOUR SHOE SIZE (see image of the Shoe Size conversion chart) Use the US/EU Shoe Chart to find your shoe size in EU. Write this number down.
- STEP 2 - FIND YOUR CALF WIDTH While sitting in a chair, with your foot on the floor, measure the circumference (in CM) of the widest part of both calves. If your calves are different sizes, use the larger measurement of your two calves. Write this number down.
- STEP 3 - FIND YOUR CALF HEIGHT Measure the back height of your calf (in CM) from the ground (barefoot) to the back of your knee crease. Be sure to add at least 1-2 CM in height to make up for the drop of the boot as it breaks in. This drop is usually 1-2 CM. Write this number down.
- STEP 4 - USE THE SIZING CHART (see image of the Parlanti Tall Boots size chart) From this point you should have written down 3 numbers...your shoe size, your calf width, and your calf height. Use these three numbers to find your size on the Tall Boot Size Chart. The shoe sizes go across the top of the table. Down the left size is a listing of the calf size followed by the height size. EXAMPLE Shoe Size = 36 EU Calf Width = 29.0 CM Calf Height = 43.9 CM You are a: 36 Slim-Tall (36 S+)
When measuring, always wear both the breeches and socks that you would normally wear while riding. Boots and chaps should be snug when they arrive, as they will usually stretch a small amount, if any. Tall boots and chaps come with an elastic panel on the back, allowing for growth if necessary. After breaking in your boots, they will drop an average of 1.5 to 2.0 cm in height. These boots should require little or no breaking-in time at all. The boots should feel supple and comfortable, even the first time putting them on.