Caswell Boot Company

Porter/Harris/Morris Last Try-on Boots


If you would like to try on the Porter/Morris/Harris last, we have try-on boots available that can be shipped. Please note that our try-on boots are only available in D width. Try-on boots must be returned in order for an order to be processed. 

Please note that the cost covers initial shipping and return shipping of the boots. Our try-on service is only available within the United States. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Zachary Craft
9d/9.5d porter try on

I had a great experience corresponding with service. I'm a 9.5 EE in almost all of the boots I own. Caswell sent me a 9 and 9.5d in the porter last. The 9.5 is perfect in length we have agreed to go ahead with the EE width per my fit feedback. I'm impressed with how responsive our email correspondence has been and was thrilled with how secure my heel feels in this last. It seemed like the arch was helping kid my foot from slipping. I cant wait for my boots to get here; without a doubt, they will fit incredibly well.

The Merkin
Every company should do this

I really wish more companies would do this. Being able to try on boots that are made on the same last you intend on buying removed a lot of guesswork for new and returning customers. This helps cut down on the number of mis-sizing events and makes me feel a heck of a lot more confident in what I’m ordering and waiting to receive. Fantastic idea, Caswell!

ben hall
Try-On Boot Service is Awesome.

I have some odd-shaped feet due to several poorly-healed broken toes. Shoe and boot sizing is a real problem for me, sometimes I get lucky, sometimes I don't. With the try-on boot service - there's no luck required. Took a few days for the boots to arrive, tried them on, and got in touch with Kevin at customer service via e-mail to discuss the fit. E-mails we're returned quickly, and he was extremely helpful. The try-on boots come in D width, so we sized for length first with the boots themselves, then measured for width. So if you have a wide foot, don't worry that the try-on boots only come in D width, you *can* use the D width to determine length, *then* use ball circumference to to determine width. I'm just a touch above 11 on Brannock plus like to wear thick socks, so we determined that 11.5 is the perfect length...and with my broken EE width is appropriate. I'll be placing an order for a custom-made pair very shortly!