So you have bought a pair of sheepskin footwear and maybe you think they are too tight? Sheepskin is one of those unusual materials of which there is no equivalent. Most people know that leather shoes stretch. Well with sheepskin shoes, this happens even more so. A good fit means the shoe is nice and firm – almost and we mean almost to the point of being a little uncomfortable. This is because they stretch. Another key factor is that wool compresses with your weight. You might start with 5mm plus wool poking at your toes from all angles but soon you will find the wool flattening leaving more room. With some styles, such as the Classic Boots, the toe area will dome up at the front, moulding to the shape of your feet. Refer to our sizing chart at the time of ordering for more help.