Size Guide

European Size

Please note, the size on our site are European size, here is a size chart for  you to help you to find out the size for you

European American Canadian UK Australia Mexico Japanese Foot Length Foot Girth
inch cm inch cm
34 3 3 1 - 1.5 21 8.66 22 8.01 19.95
35 4 4 2 3.5 2.5 22 8.86 22.5 8.2 20.4
36 5 5 3 4.5 3.5 23 9.06 23 8.4 20.85
37 6 6 4 5 4.5 24 9.25 23.5 8.59 21.3
38 7 7 5 6 5.5 25 9.45 24 8.79 21.75
39 8 8 6 7 6.5 26 9.65 24.5 8.98 22.2
40 9 9 7 7.5 7.5 27 9.84 25 9.18 22.65
41 10 10 8 8 8 28 10.04 25.5 9.38 23.1
42 11 11 9 8.5 8.5 29 10.24 26 9.57 23.55

 

Finding Your Shoe Size

Step 1 - Measuring Length

To measure your foot length, place a sheet of paper on the floor against the wall. Place your bare foot on the paper with the heel against the wall. Mark the tip of your longest toe on the paper, and then measure the length from the wall to this mark. For closest accuracy, do this while wearing whatever socks or stockings you’ll wear with your new shoes.

Step 2 – Measuring Girth
Take a household measuring tape - measure the widest part of each foot. The tape measure should be placed behind the little toe and over the joint of the big toe.

Step 3 – Select Your Size
Remember, one foot is generally longer/wider than the other, so measure both feet, and use the longest and widest measurements to find your correct shoe size.
Review the sizing charts for the style of shoe you intend to purchase, and select your size.

 How to Measure Your Shoes

Tips For Buyers

To ensure your shoe fits, be sure to compare your foot’s measurements to our size charts on the shoe’s page before selecting a size.
 

Example: Your foot length is 26.5 cm, and girth is 22 cm. You might usually wear a European size 41, but your best fit on some of our size charts may be a 42 or 44. Please cross check your foot measurements to our size chart.

 

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