Fitting Guide

When selecting the right size, the best indicatior of your shoe size is to refer to the shoes you wear and spend the most time in. Use the chart above to compare your shoe’s size.

When fitting to half size, always select the closest size up. e.g. If Size 8.5, follow Size 9.


Using the Measurement Scale

If in doubt, use centimeters as a comparative measure.

Always measure your feet standing up, as the foot expands when weight is placed on it. It helps to get someone else to assist in either tracing your feet and measuring it the drawing or simply measuring your feet.

Fit to Width BEFORE Length

Most people have one foot that is larger than the other, so fit to the larger foot.

When wearing closed shoes, make sure there is enough space (around 1cm) for your longest toe at the end of each shoe when you are standing up.

All measurements for width and length are for the internal space of the shoe. 

Please note the measurements are only a guide and can vary 1-2mm depending on style.