Snowboard boot sizes can be confusing – they can vary between brands and often they vary between countries.
The Snowboard boots sizes conversion charts below aim to try to reduce some of that confusion and make things a bit clearer so that you can make a more accurate decision when it comes to choosing snowboard boot size.
There is no substitute for trying boots on in person.
Even if you intend to buy online or if the shop near you doesn’t have the particular model that you want, it’s still a good idea to get into a store or to a demo if you possibly can.
If you intend to buy online, you can still try on in store and then go and buy online.
If your nearest store doesn’t have the model you’re interested in, there’s still benefits to trying on, so long as they have that brand. Boots that belong to the same brand tend to fit similarly – maybe not exactly the same but typically if you fit a size of one model by a certain brand you’ll fit that size for all of the models of that brand.
If You Can’t Try On
If you really can’t try on, then it’s a good idea to order boots from an online store that has a good return policy – that way, if you predict incorrectly and the size you choose doesn’t fit, then you can return them and try a different size.
To speed things up you can order a couple of sizes at once and return the ones that don’t fit.
But you’ll still want to narrow down what size you think you’ll need.
The best way to do that is to measure your feet, in centimeters. This will give you your mondo-print. Boots are made for a certain mondo-print. You can convert your mondo-print into your boot size in the conversion charts below.
Learn more about mondo-print and boots sizes at the link below.
Snowboard Boot Size Conversion Charts
O.k. here are the tables. These show the equivalent sizes to Mondoprint in Men’s US, Women’s US, UK and European sizes.
The European sizes are the most confusing so there is an extra table to show how a number of the major brands convert to European sizes.
European Snowboard Boot Sizes by Brand
Thanks for Reading
I hope this makes choosing the size of your snowboard boots easier and that you can more accurately predict your size, whether buying online or in store.
For more about choosing snowboard boots (including fit, flex and lacing type) check out the link below.