Shoe Size Chart

Shoe Sizes

Shoe sizes indicate the proper fit for an individual’s foot. Multiple sizing systems are used worldwide, expressed as numbers representing the length of the shoe. However, they differ in the unit of measurement and the location of the size label. Some systems also include width measurements.

Understanding Shoe Sizes:

While shoes may come in a single size for both men and women, it does not imply that one person’s shoe should fit the other. For instance, men and women might both wear a size 12, but a man’s shoe will generally be around half an inch longer than a woman’s. There is even more variation when considering shoe width. To understand shoe sizes better:

Advice for you

At our store, /shoes have/, we are committed to helping you find the perfect shoes for all family members – regardless of the style or brand you’re looking for – and getting the right fit. Professional tip: Measure both feet! Often, one foot is larger than the other. You should purchase the size that fits the larger foot. And with our renowned return policy, you can shop with confidence.


Follow these easy steps to get the right size. For the best fit, measure your feet at the end of the day.

2- Men’s Shoe Size Conversion Table

3- Children’s Shoe Size Conversion Table

Shoe Size Conversion to Centimeters

Please note that the conversion to centimeters provided in the table is an approximate estimation based on typical size standards. However, each brand may have its own variations in sizing, so this table may not be 100% accurate for all brands. It is recommended to measure your foot in centimeters for a more precise fit.

4- Men’s Shoe Size Conversion to Centimeters

Tips for Choosing Shoe Sizes

Wearing shoes that are either too tight or too loose can cause discomfort and long-term foot damage, which might escalate into more serious conditions like arthritis, diabetes, nerve disorders, circulatory problems, and more. Therefore, selecting the right shoe size is a fundamental pillar for preventing foot diseases and discomfort. Here are some tips for choosing shoe sizes that best fit your feet:

  1. Always measure your feet before purchasing shoes, especially towards the end of the day when blood flow in the arteries results in a slightly larger foot size.
  2. People often have one foot larger than the other, so ensure the shoe fits the larger foot comfortably.
  3. During fitting, ensure there’s enough space (about 3/8 to 1/2 inch) for your longest toe at the end of each shoe when standing.
  4. Make sure the shoe fits comfortably across the widest part of your foot.
  5. Avoid buying excessively narrow shoes.
  6. The heel should fit snugly and comfortably in the shoe, with minimal slipping. The shoe shouldn’t lift up and down on your heel as you walk.
  7. Walk in the shoe to ensure proper fit and feel.
  8. The upper part of the shoe should be made from a soft, flexible material that conforms to the shape of your foot. For instance, leather shoes can reduce the likelihood of skin irritation. On the other hand, the sole should provide a solid base and not be slippery. Thick soles help cushion your feet while walking on hard surfaces. Low-heeled shoes are generally more comfortable, secure, and less damaging than high-heeled ones.

With the ideal match discovered, the moment has arrived to seek out the perfect pair of shoes to complement your style and stride.

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