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Sizing Guide

MEN SHOE SIZE CHARTS

US UK EU IN CM
6 5.5 39 9.3 23.5
6.5 6 39 9.5 24.1
7 6.5 40 9.6 24.4
7.5 7 40-41 9.8 24.8
8 7.5 41 9.9 25.4
8.5 8 41-42 10.1 25.7
9 8.5 42 10.3 26
9.5 9 42-43 10.4 26.7
10 9.5 43 10.6 27
10.5 10 43-44 10.8 27.3
11 10.5 44 10.9 27.9
11.5 11 44-45 11.1 28.3
12 11.5 45 11.3 28.6
13 12.5 46 11.6 29.4
14 13.5 47 11.9 30.2
15 14.5 48 12.2 31
16 15.5 49 12.5 31.8

 

 

IN BETWEEN SIZES?

For tight fit, go one size down.

For loose fit, go one size up.

 

HOW TO MEASURE FOOT SIZE




To measure your foot size accurately, follow these steps:

  1. Before measuring, ensure you're wearing the same socks you intend to pair with your shoes.
  2. Step on а piece of paper with your heel slightly touching a wall behind.
  3. Мark the end of your longest toe on the paper (you might need a friend to help you) and measure from the wall to the marking.
  4. Repeat the process with your other foot, as it's common for feet to have slight size differences.
  5. Mark the tip of your big toe and the outermost point of your heel. Use a ruler or measuring tape to determine the distance between these two points. This measurement represents the length of your feet. (For utmost precision, consider using a ruler with centimeters instead of inches.)


If your feet are two different sizes, use the foot measurements of the larger foot when comparing your measurements against a size chart.

 



4 SIGNS YOU MAY BE WEARING THE WRONG SHOE SIZE


When your footwear is a perfect fit, you should be able to engage in your intended activities – whether it's walking, running, or playing sports – with ease and confidence. That being said, there are several unmistakable signals to watch for if you suspect that your shoe size may be incorrect, which include:

  1. The toe area feels excessively snug. If the shoes are too small, you may encounter discomfort or irritation at the tips of your big toe or pinky toe.
  2. Your heels or ankles become uncomfortable. In instances where the shoe's collar is too high, you might notice redness or blisters on your ankle bone, indicating a fit that's too loose.
  3. The shoe's arch doesn't align with your foot correctly. If the shoe is too large, the arch might sit too close to your heel, whereas in a shoe that's too small, it may land too near the ball of your foot.
  4. Your heel slips out while walking. In cases where the shoes are too big, this issue can occur even when the laces are securely tied.

 

FIND YOUR NEXT PAIR

Now that you've found your size, it's time to get shopping.

 

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