Foot Sizing Tips

Buying shoes online for the first time can be scary. Questions often arise like what if the shoes don’t fit or just don’t look as good in person? So we did some research and decided to create a guiding system to help increase your confidence and accuracy when purchasing shoes online.

Measuring Details Foot Length:

It is essentially important to know your:

Foot length: knowing how long your foot is in centimeters (inches) will enable you to decode the international shoe sizing system.

Foot width: knowing the widest area of your foot at the forefoot, the instep, and the ankle circumference can be beneficial for your future shoe buying.

Miscellaneous factors: Be aware of pain areas, rubbing areas, and specific details of your feet and require certain shoe features. How to Measure Your Foot (from home).

Consider the time at which you decide to measure your feet. Remember most people’s feet change in circumference, especially when they are on their feet all day or have an underlying medical condition. We found that is best to measure your feet is in the evening when your feet are at their largest.

Friendly Tips: Measuring Foot Length:

Step 1: Put your foot on a piece of paper (let is expand)

Step 2: Holding your pen vertically, draw a dot where your longest toe ends and at your heel

Step 3: Measure the distance between the lines

Step 4: Compare your length in centimeters (inches) to the selected companies sizing chart

Friendly Tips: Measuring Foot Width:

Step 1: Measure the circumference of the forefoot (bunion area width)

Step 2: Measure the circumference of the instep

Step 3: Measure the circumference of the ankle’s widest area It is so important to be aware that the perfect fit is subjective.

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