How to use the size chart

The Size Chart above gives you the length of the insole of our models.

Your foot length + Wiggle room = your shoe size (the length of the insole)

 

Some tips to note before you measure your foot length:

 

Measure your feet in the afternoon. It is normal for your feet to swell as the day unfolds. Measuring your feet in the morning may give misleading results.

Measure your feet with your socks on. Sock thickness can also affect the result. So, put on the socks that you plan to wear your shoes with.

A Wiggle room between 0,5 and 1,0 cm is usual but it can vary according to your preference. For example, some people may prefer having more room in the front while others may feel more comfortable if their shoes fit tightly to their feet.

 

There are two methods for measuring your foot length:

 

Method 1: Printing and using the pdf size guide (Recommended)

Step 1: Print this PDF file. Use standard A4 paper and print at 100% scale or ‘actual size’. You can check if you have printed it correctly by placing an ID card or credit card in the marked spot.

Step 2: Place the sheet of paper on the ground. Stand on it and put your heel at the bottom line. Align the inner side of your foot with the ‘foot length’ line. Mark the highest point that your foot reaches. You will need to measure both of your feet and take into account the bigger one.

Step 3: Add some wiggle room and compare the results with the size chart above.

Method 2: Outlining your foot (Alternative method)

Step 1: Put a sheet of paper on a hard surface and place your foot on it. Again, you will need to measure both of your feet and take into account the bigger one.

Step 2: Grab a pencil and outline your foot. It is very important to keep the pencil pointing upwards (perpendicular to the ground). Make sure you keep the pencil straight around the arch of your foot so as not to tuck the tip of the pencil underneath since this error may result in choosing the wrong shoe size.

Step 3: Take a tape measure (or ordinary ruler) and measure the length from the middle of the heel to the tip of your toes.

Step 4: Add some wiggle room and compare the results with the size chart above.

These instructions may ease your choice of the right shoe size but they are not a guarantee that the shoes will fit perfectly. If you are unsure of your shoe size, please, contact us! We will be happy to help you out with some advice.