Sizes and Measurement
Please have a look at our conversion charts, or scroll down to our instruction about how to measure your feet. If you want to jump strait to the instruction, please klick here [Instruction].
Women's Shoe Sizes
Children's Shoe Sizes (Age 2-4)
Inch to Millimetre Conversion Chart
How to measure your Feet1.) Take a plain sheet of paper, put in on the ground and step on it. With a pencil, draw an outline of your foot. Make sure you hold the pencil in an upright straight position.
2.) The result should look like the picture below, showing the outline of your foot.
3.) Using a ruler, draw a rectangle box around your footprint whereby the edges of the box touch the edges of your footprint and the corners of the box are 90 degrees.
4.) Measure and note down the length (A) and width (B) of your foot.
Take some additional measures as shown in the pictures below. It works best if you use a measurement tape.
5.) Measure the circumference from beginning of the large toe over top towards the beginning of the pinky (little) toe. Note it down as measurement (C).
6.) Measure the circumference from the arch of your foot over top towards the outside. (middle section of your foot). Note it down as measurement (D).
7.) Measure the circumference of your ankle and note it down as measurement (E).
8.) Take the measurement from the base of your heel to the top of your heel and note it down as measurement (F).
9.) Now, please step on the measurement tape to take the circumference of your entire foot at the widest part, as seen in the pictures below. Please note it down as measurement (G).
10.) If you are not sure whether your feet are really equal, please repeat all steps for both feet, left and right and put a remark (Left Foot / Right Foot).
11.) It would be helpful for our team, if you could provide a photo of each foot, showing the inner side.
12.) Please let us know if you are facing certain problems with any of your current shoes. This can be e.g. sweaty feet, pain at the sole of your feet or any other part. Those details would help to get the best possible result.
13.) Finally, as shown in the picture below, please note down your name, email address, telephone number and the format of your paper sheet(s) (A4 or Letter) together with the measurements you took for A,B,C,D,E,F,G, if possible in mm (millimetre). Please mention if you are using inch. You can scan the paper sheet and send a copy via email.
Thank you :-)