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Wei's has women's work boots in Ariat, Keen, CAT, Muck and other brand names. Choose from shoe or boot, steel toe or composite toe.

Most styles are available in a medium B or M width. Some women prefer a wider Men's boot and we have D, E, EE or even EEE. Please see our Work Boot FAQ

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What Are Women's Work Boot Sizes?

Women’s work boot sizes start at about 5, and go up to about 10. The widths are usually B or C. Your feet are typically not exactly the same, one may be longer or wider than the other, and you need to buy boots to fit the larger foot.

What Brands Make Work Boots Especially for Women?

Wei’s Western Wear stocks several brands of women’s work boots. Danner is preferred by many women in law enforcement. Canada West makes the 11-inch style 6205 for Women. Keen women’s boots are usually 6 inch or 8 inch boots such as the Oshawa. Ariat makes several workboot styles for women, such as the Riveter and the Tracey, stocked by Wei's.

Wei’s also has some Wolverine, Kodiak, Terra and CAT workboots for women, subject to current availability.

Women’s work boot styles Canada West 11-inch style 6205 and Keen 8-inch lace–up Oshawa are both stocked at Wei’s.

Wei’s inventory includes the Danner women’s Acadia, which is made in the USA, and the Ariat Women’s Workhog.

 
Does Ariat Make Work Boots for Women?

Ariat makes a Women’s pull-up work boot named Riveter, named after the famous WWII poster of Rosie the Riveter, celebrating about 6 million women who went into manufacturing work to help the war effort. Ariat’s Riveter is a CSA-approved composite toe work boot that’s electrical shock resistant. The Riveter is also waterproof.

The Ariat Riveter Women’s work boot and its namesake Rosie the Riveter 1943 poster.

Ariat’s most famous work boot is probably the Workhog, and a Women’s version is also available at Wei’s. Wei’s also stocks the Ariat women’s Anthem style. It has a composite toe and is waterproof with a western-inspired tooling on the leather.

Ariat’s Anthem and Workhog Women’s work boots are stocked by Wei’s.

 
Does Keen Make Work Boots for Women?

Wei’s stocks the Keen Oshawa women’s work boot, which is an 8-inch steel toe, steel plate workboot with all the features needed by almost any jobsite.

 
Can a Woman Wear a Man’s Work Boot Size?

Separate women’s and men’s work boot sizing charts are needed, and here’s why: the length, width and instep height are all different. Generally, women’s feet are shorter than men’s. Women’s shoe and boot sizes are about 1.5 sizes larger than men’s, so if you wear a women’s size 8.5, you could try a man’s size 7 in a work boot.

As well, women’s feet are generally narrower in the ankle and heel. Women usually have a B or C width, or even a D width.

So, if a woman wears a size 8.5 B, she could try a men’s work boot 7B. The length and width of the workboot should fit pretty well.

However a woman’s foot has less mass than a man’s. The instep height is likely to be shorter. Even if the work boot length and width should work, the boot could feel a little loose. Will you wear thick socks while using the boots? Try the boots on with the socks you wear at work.

 
Can a Woman Wear a Man’s Work Boot Size?

Separate women’s and men’s work boot sizing charts are needed, and here’s why: the length, width and instep height are all different. Generally, women’s feet are shorter than men’s. Women’s shoe and boot sizes are about 1.5 sizes larger than men’s, so if you wear a women’s size 8.5, you could try a man’s size 7 in a work boot.

As well, women’s feet are generally narrower in the ankle and heel. Women usually have a B or C width, or even a D width.

So, if a woman wears a size 8.5 B, she could try a men’s work boot 7B. The length and width of the workboot should fit pretty well.

However a woman’s foot has less mass than a man’s. The instep height is likely to be shorter. Even if the work boot length and width should work, the boot could feel a little loose. Will you wear thick socks while using the boots? Try the boots on with the socks you wear at work.

 
What If a Woman Has Long Feet or Wide Feet?
What Brands make Unisex Styles for Women and Men?
What Do Women Want in a Work Boot?
What are the Safety Features of a Woman’s Work Boot?
What is the Difference Between a Women’s Safety Boot and a Women’s Safety Shoe?

The difference is - you guessed it - the height. A safety shoe does not cover the ankle, and a safety boot does cover the ankle. Both should have mid-sole puncture-resistant steel plates, in case you step on a nail), and superior slip resistance against wet, icy, or oily surfaces. Check the specifications to be sure they meet the standards of your worksite.

Do Warehouse Jobs Require Metatarsal Protection on Footwear?

Warehouse positions do not all require metatarsal guards, or metguards, but increasingly they are part of the requirements. That’s because statistics show most foot injuries in warehouses are caused by something up to 10kg falling a distance of a foot or two, and landing on top of your foot - the metatarsal region.

A metguard is a curved steel plate in the boot or shoe that fits on top of your foot. Some work boots have internal met guards that cannot be seen but sit on top of your foot. Most metguards are external, and you can see the plate on top of the boot.

External met guard on a Carolina 505 men’s work boot, and internal met guard on a Blundstone 165 with Unisex sizing. Both are stocked by Wei’s.