Dehner's STOCK Patrol Bal-Laced Instep Boots
You can then refer to the Sizing Chart on this page to make sure the calf will not be too small. If your calf measurement is larger than the size on the chart we can add 1" to that measurement - there is no charge for that.
For example, a 12E has a calf of 16 3/4" - if your calf measurement is more, you should add the 1" - the order would then be for a "12E Wide".
If you assistance please call 1-888-668-6860
Sizes 7, 71/2, 14 and 15 are non-returnable -
Foot Sizes C, EE, EEE are not stocked and are non-returnable
Mini Lug and Heavy Lug Soles Option - Add $75.00 - These options are non-returnable - They are specially made and take about 10 weeks.
Voyager Leather Upgrade is also non- returnable
As you can see from the diagram, we lace the boots from both sides to the middle. This diagram shows how to lace our 9 eyelet Field Boots and our Bal-Patrol Boots. For our 7 eyelet Field Boots, just subtract one from the top, and one from the bottom.
Start by inserting lace at eyelet number 1 and exiting at number 10. With the two ends of equal length, proceed through the eyelets as numbered (1-9 then 10-18). The ends will meet in the middle. The lace passes from outside to inside on the eyelets colored GREEN in the diagram and from inside to outside on the eyelets colored RED in the diagram
It is our goal to ensure that your boots fit well the first time you order. Some boots have a restricted return/exchange policy, and exchanges may result in added shipping costs - see above.
Unless you have previously worn Dehner boots we recommend you follow the following guidelines:
You should get a good foot size and width using a metal sizing device. You can do this at any shoe store - Walmart usually has one.
It is important to measure the calf over the breeches and socks you will be wearing. You can then refer to the chart below to make sure the calf will not be too small. If your calf measurement is larger than the size on the chart we can add 1" to that measurement - there is no charge for that.
For example, a 12E has a calf of 16 3/4" - if the measurement is more, you should add the 1" - the order would then be for a "12E Wide".
If you believe that you cannot get a wide enough calf, or have any question at all, please call and we can talk about it.