Buying Guide

Buying shoes in the right size is important for ensuring a comfortable fit. The size of different shoe models may have a little deviation. In order to buy the most accurate size, the following are the steps on how to measure the foot length and the purchase advice.

How to Measure Your Foot Size

For a more accurate measurement, measure your feet at the end of the day, when they are at their largest.
  • Before measuring, put on the same pair of socks you plan to wear with the shoes.
  • Tape a piece of paper to a hard floor, ensuring the paper doesn’t slip.
  • Stand with one foot on the paper and a slight bend in your knees. You can also sit in a chair, but make sure your feet are firmly planted on the ground.
  • With a pen or pencil pointed straight down, trace the outline of your foot on the paper. If possible, ask someone to help you with this.
  • Repeat the process with the other foot, since it’s likely your feet will have slightly different measurements.
  • Mark the tip of the big toe and the outermost part of the heel and measure the distance between with a ruler or measuring tape to find the length measurement of your feet.
  • Mark the widest points of your forefoot and measure the distance between to find your foot width.
  • Use the foot measurements of your larger foot when comparing against a size chart as your feet may be different sizes.

How to Find Your Shoe Size

Now that you’ve measured your foot size, you can compare the measurements against a size chart to find your optimal shoe sizing.

Most shoes from any brand will follow the standard sizing below, but it’s always worth checking the manufacturer's website for guidance.

If you’re in between sizes, consider ordering a half size larger.