How to Measure Shoe Size?

Wearing correct sized shoes is of great importance! Bad fitting shoes can actually damage your feet. Or even worse: damage your kids' feet. That is why it is so important to always try shoes on before buying. But what about online shopping?

When shopping for shoes online, make sure that the online store/seller has a fair return policy. And do not hesitate on returning the shoes if they do not fit perfectly.

And before shopping for shoes Online, we always recommend that you measure your feet. Let us show you how:

Your Size in 1-2-3

Step one: Sit on a chair, and place your feet on a blank paper sheet (one by one)

Step two: Draw the outline of your foot all the way around it. That way, you will make a "footprint" on the paper.

Step three: Use your drawing to measure your foot size: Measure with a ruler or measure tape from the back of the heel to the tip of the longest toe. That way, you will find your foot length measurement. At the same time, also measure the foot width (measurement between the widest points of the foot).

Shoe Width Codes

What do the shoe width codes mean? We understand if you are confused. There are a lot of different codes that are used to indicate shoe width out there. We will tell you what the other codes actually mean below:

Narrow Shoe Width: S, A, 2A, 3A, N. More letters mean more limited width. I.e., 3A is more narrow than 2A and A.

Medium Shoe Width: B, M, R

Wide Shoe Width: C, D, W

Extra Wide (XWide): E, 2E, 3E, 4E, WW, XW, XXW. More letters mean wider shoes. I.e. 4E is wider than 2E, and XXW is wider than XW.

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