This paper investigates the control problem for static boost type converters using a high gain state feedback robust controller incorporating an integral action. The robust feature allows to achieve the required performance in the presence of parametric uncertainties, while the integral action provides an offset free performance with respect to the desired levels of voltage. The adopted high gain approach is motivated by both fundamental as well as practical considerations, namely the underlying fundamental potential and the design parameter specification simplicity. The stability and convergence analysis has been carried out using an adequate Lyapunov approach, and the control system calibration is achieved throughout a few design parameters which are closely related to the desired dynamical performances. The effectiveness of the proposed control approach has been corroborated by numerical simulations and probing experimental results.