THE FEET FIRST FITTING FACTOR
Sizing can vary from brand to brand, style to style which means you may not wear the same size in all your shoes.
We have added size conversion charts as recommended by each of our brand suppliers, which offer some general guidelines for converting your size to another scale as well as approximate lengths of the feet each size is intended to fit. Both feet should be measured, as most people have one foot which is larger than the other. It’s also a good idea to measure your feet at the end of the day as they are usually slightly larger at that time. Please keep in mind length is only one dimension. Feet are three-dimensional, so width and thickness of the feet should also be considered.
MEASURING YOUR FEET
- To measure your foot, place your foot on a piece of paper and trace around your foot, ensuring the pencil stays in contact with your foot. If you are purchasing a shoe that requires you to wear a sock, please wear a sock for the tracing process.
- Once finished, use a ruler to measure the distance between the base of the heel and the tip of your big toe. This distance is your foot length and is the number you use to determine your shoe size.
- While the incremental enlargement/reductions between the sizes and widths are industry standards – not every manufacturer starts with the same measurement for their model size.
- The size chart should be used as a guide only.
If you have a question about size, fit or style, we would love to help. Please get in touch with our customer service team: on (07) 5447 2211 Monday-Sunday 9:00am-5:00pm AEST or email us at email@example.com.
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