One pair of our genuine sheepskin innersoles to keep feet protected, dry and comfortable. Sheepskin's natural wicking action pushes away moisture to keep feet dry in the summer and cozy in the winter. You can add these innersoles to any of our shoes that are made with plain suede innersoles.
Note: we also sell fitted sheepskin innersoles for our Hawthorne Chukka, Rogue and Rambler adult casual shoes. These removable innersoles easily slip into the footbed of these shoes and do not require any gluing.
Need innersoles in a smaller size? Check out our child/youth sheepskin innersoles. Size 4 Youth is the next size down.
How to glue Basic Sheepskin Innersoles into your shoe:
- Check for fit before gluing. When inserted into your shoe, the innersole should reach the front edge without bunching or leaving a gap. Wrinkles can lead to permanent creases, so make sure it lays flat.
- If your innersoles are too big then you can cut away the excess with scissors. If it helps, turn your shoe upside-down and lay the innersole on the outside of the sole to see where you need to trim. Please note that trimmed innersoles are non-returnable.
- Once fitted, add a drop of adhesive to the leather underside of your innersole, where the ball of your foot would lie. It only takes a small dab of glue to keep the innersole in place, and most household glues or double-sided tape work great.
- Fold the innersole lengthwise (like a taco) with the glue on the outside and carefully slide it into the shoe. When you are sure the innersole is placed properly, press down firmly on the sheepskin over the glue or tape.
- Lift up the back of the innersole and add adhesive to the underside of the heel. Press into place.
- Let the shoes sit overnight before wearing, or as long as your glue needs to set. Re-glue as needed.
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Unsure about your size? Our printable guide will help you find the best fit for your feet! Just click the button below to print the guide and follow the instructions on the page (if you don't have access to a printer then scroll down for another option).
Note: before you print the guide, make sure your printer settings will not shrink or scale the page. Uncheck any boxes labeled "Fit to Printable Area" and/or set scaling options to "None."
Want more details? Check out this video for visual step-by-step instructions:
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You can still measure feet using the method below (also shown in our sizing videos). You can then scroll down and see where your measurements fall on our sizing charts to find the recommended shoe size. All you need is a book, a tape measure and a wall.
Note: we no longer recommend tracing your feet because it usually gives a larger measurement than the method described below. Our sizing charts work in accordance with the following method.
To measure your feet:
- 1. Remove shoes and socks and place the bare foot so that the heel is barely touching a wall.
- 2. Place a book in on the floor, parallel to the wall, so that it is barely touching the front of the longest toe.
- 3. Step away carefully and measure the distance from the book to the wall.
- 4. Scroll down and look for this measurement on the sizing charts below to find the recommended shoe size.
Once you find your length measurement, you can use table below to best find your corresponding size.
Wide/Narrow: Trouble deciding your width? Our best recommendation is to order a wide or narrow only if you have found you need those custom widths in other brands for your feet to be comfortable. If you have never found you needed wide or narrow shoes before then we suggest sticking with our regular width.
If you find yourself between two shoe sizes, we recommend ordering the larger size. This is especially true of our adult Phoenix Boots, Portlanders and Rogue casual shoes, which run a bit small.
Use the chart below to compare our innersole options and choose the best innersole for your shoe.
We strongly recommend waiting to break-in your shoes before adding sheepskin innersoles. The shoes may feel too tight otherwise and lead you to believe you need a larger size, but they will loosen up with a little wear. The sheepskin fleece will also become thinner after wearing them a few weeks.