Still Looking for a Great Wide Calf Boot?  Check Out the WideWidths.com Relaunch!

One of the places that I am always checking out and referencing for a great wide calf boot, happens to be WideWidths.com but over the past few weeks, I have been curious with what they have been up to! So, when I got the news that they had relaunched with an updated website, chock full of resources, fashion, and options, I knew that I had to share this cool news with you!

Not only did Wide Widths get a fancy redesign, but they have given us an awesome guide on How to Measure Your Calf for the Perfect Fitting Boot! So, for those of you who swear that you cannot find a boot wide enough, you have to start here! You won’t be able to find one, without knowing your size first! Not only do they have this guide and calf measurement tool to download, even product descriptions are loaded with details and all the info you need about your future favorite boots!

But! Even cooler? They carry their boots up through 24 3/4 inches wide!

So what kind of boots can you find at Wide Widths?

All kinds! No lie. Let me share a few faves!

Rose Petals Women’s Addison Extra Wide Calf Boot

Rose Petals Women's Addison Extra Wide Calf Boot

Lily Women’s Extra Wide Calf Rain Boot

Lily Women's Extra Wide Calf Rain Boot

Ryan Extra Wide Fit Ankle Bootie

Ryan Extra Wide Fit Ankle Bootie

Lola Women’s Extra Wide Calf Stretch Boot

Lola Women's Extra Wide Calf Stretch Boot

Ros Hommerson Women’s Tanya Extra Wide Calf Boot

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Rose Petals Summer2 Extra Wide Calf Wedge Boot

Rose Petals Summer2 Extra Wide Calf Wedge Boot

Rose Petals Women’s Piper Extra Wide Calf BootRose Petals Women's Piper Extra Wide Calf Boot

See what I mean? From riding boots, dressy boots, high heel boots, ankle booties, rain boots, low heel boots and more! EVEN styles for those with larger ankles? Yes, honey they got you too!

WideWidths.com is making it their mission to make finding the perfect fitting wide calf boots easy and hassle free and I can get with this! Ohhhh and guess what? To celebrate their relaunch, they have an extra special code for you!

Through November 15th take $20 Off Your Order of $199.99 or More — Use Coupon Code NEWLOOK

I have a few pairs from wideWidth.com and I have to admit, their quality is great! I have a pair from two plus years ago and they are still holding up quite nicely! I also like to store my boots and ensure they stay in tip top shape, because I am slightly obsessed with boots (especially over the knee options)!

Are you intrigued? Well…

Take a peek and get to boot shopping at WideWidths.com!

Have you shopped from Wide Widths before? Which pairs do you have? Which ones do you have your eye on? Let’s talk about it!

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Comments (61)

    1. Those are too small for my wide calves. I paid for the genuine leather ones from here and omg, they are to die for. They will last a long time, they are super comfy, and they fit my huge calves. Completely worth it for me.

  1. This is great BUT the prices OMG no no no no. So many of the less expecnsive sites don’t have truly wide calf boots. The only ones that I find that do are Lane Bryant and Torrid. But they can be pricey unless you can find them when they have a good sale.

    1. Our boots are made from the finest calfskin leathers and will last for years while the Lane Bryant boots and Torrid aren’t as high quality. We also have much larger calf sizes than these other companies too – we go up to 24 3/4″!

  2. My problem is that the quality of “larger sized” boots are piss poor. I’m willing to pay 200 for leather not some crappy man made alternative that will have my feet wet and cold. I’ve had this experience too many times to count.

    We need quality.

  3. Thanks for searching these out – I’m in Australia and struggle to find good quality boots to fit my calves. I’m forced to pay high prices for boots as a wide calf option is rarely available in stores, but if they’re well made I’m ok with that as an investment.

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