How to know which shoe size you are

To find out your shoe size, measure from the back of your heel to the tip of your big toe. For a realistic measurement, do this while wearing a pair of socks.

Our easy method:

1. Stand on a piece of paper and mark where your longest toe and heel ends
2. Measure the distance between these two marks to find out your foot length
3. Find your foot length and corresponding size in our size table below
4. Repeat these steps for both feet
5. If one foot is bigger than the other, order the size that fits your bigger foot

Please note that the following tables are intended only as a guide and can differ from manufacturers’ measurements. Shoes can sometimes differ from brand to brand by up to a whole size.

Make your decision based on your own experience. It’s also worth reading through the customer reviews on the product site to see if other customers have commented on the fit.

Women's shoes

EU
US
UK
Foot Length (cms)
365322,9
36,55,53,523,4
376423,8
386,5524,3
38,575,524,6
397,5625,1
408725,4
40,58,57,525,8
419826,3
429,5926,7

Men's shoes

EU
US
UK
Foot Length (cms)
397525,1
407,5625,4
40,586,525,8
418,5726,3
429826,7
42,59,58,527,1
4310927,6
4410,51028
44,51110,528,4
4511,51128,9
46121229,3
46,512,512,529,7
47131330,1
4813,51430,6

Kid's shoes

Foot Length (cms)
European size
Age (in years)
9.7160 - 1
10.417
1118
11.519
12.320
13211 - 3
13.722
14.323
14.924
15.525
16.226
16.8274 - 6
17.428
18.129
18.730
19.431
20.1327 - 10
20.733
21.434
2235ab 10
22.536
22.936.5
23.437
23.838
24.338.5
24.639
25.140
25.440.5
25.841
26.542

 

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