We grade our shoes using the European size scale because it offers a more precise fit. The European size scale uses a distance of 0.13" between each shoe size length versus 0.17" in the US size scale. In our opinion, this offers a more optimal fit.
All of our shoes are a Medium width.
|Foot Length (cm)||22.00||22.33||22.67||23.00||23.33||23.67||24.00||24.33||24.67||25.00||25.33||25.67||26.00||26.33||26.67|
|Foot Length (in)||8.66||8.79||8.93||9.06||9.19||9.32||9.45||9.58||9.71||9.84||9.97||10.11||10.24||10.37||10.50|
|Foot Length (cm)||25.33||25.67||26.00||26.33||26.67||27.00||27.33||27.67||28.00||28.33||28.67||29.33||30.00||30.67|
|Foot Length (in)||9.97||10.11||10.24||10.37||10.50||10.63||10.76||10.89||11.02||11.15||11.29||11.55||11.81||12.07|
How to measure your foot length (heel to toe):
- STEP 1 - Put a piece of paper on a hard-surfaced floor with the short end against a wall. For men, you may have to tape 2 pieces of paper together to accommodate your foot length. Decide whether you will wear socks with your shoes or not. If yes, put socks on before you measure. Place one foot firmly on top of the piece of paper with your heel against the wall.
- STEP 2 - Make a mark with a pencil at the highest point of the toe.
- STEP 3 - Use a ruler or tape measure to measure the heel-to-toe length you marked. You can use inches or centimeters. Then compare with the measurements above to determine your shoe size.
- STEP 4 - Repeat for other foot. Your feet will most likely be different sizes. We recommend that you pick the larger of the two sizes.