Sizes of shoes

You probably do not buy footwear for the first time and you know that it can be different with matching. The basis is to make sure that the shoe is properly adjusted to the foot. It can not be too small, too small due to the fact that wearing such shoes is unpleasant. In addition, we can inflict injuries and health problems on our feet.

Therefore, approaching the topic of footwear and size, it is worth knowing about several issues. In Europe, it is a completely different size than in the UK or the USA. Therefore, the producers who mainly produce for the UK / US markets will be sized to suit their customs.

What size of the shoe?

Everything is best reduced to the simplest principle and not to make the big circus shoes match. Solution 1 - direct shoe fitting in the store and fitting the shoe to our foot, so that we would be comfortable and comfortable. Solution 2 - if we are shopping online, and we do not know our size with a given manufacturer, it is best to stand on a piece of paper, draw a foot and measure it in the longest place.

How to Find Your Shoe Size

How do you find the size of a shoe? Just ask your foot and check the size in the tables below. The following table of shoe sizes in cm and inches is general. It is not specified for a given producer: Crocs, Ecoo, Lacoste or Nike. Therefore, it is worth checking the exact size of the manufacturer, and if it is not to use the following - universal.

Women's Size Conversions

How long is your foot? Then your shoe size is:
cm inches US Sizes UK Sizes Euro Sizes
20.8 8.1875" 4 2 35
21.3 8.375" 4.5 2.5 35
21.6 8.5" 5 3 35-36
22.2 8.75" 5.5 3.5 36
22.5 8.875" 6 4 36-37
23 9.0625" 6.5 4.5 37
23.5 9.25" 7 5 37-38
23.8 9.375" 7.5 5.5 38
24.1 9.5" 8 6 38-39
24.6 9.6875" 8.5 6.5 39
25.1 9.875" 9 7 39-40
25.4 10" 9.5 7.5 40
25.9 10.1875" 10 8 40-41
26.2 10.3125" 10.5 8.5 41
26.7 10.5" 11 9 41-42
27.1 10.6875" 11.5 9.5 42
27.6 10.875" 12 10 42-43

Men's Size Conversions

How long is your foot? Then your shoe size is:
cm inches US Sizes UK Sizes Euro Sizes
23.5 9.25" 6 5.5 39
24.1 9.5" 6.5 6 39
24.4 9.625" 7 6.5 40
24.8 9.75" 7.5 7 40-41
25.4 9.9375" 8 7.5 41
25.7 10.125" 8.5 8 41-42
26 10.25" 9 8.5 42
26.7 10.4375" 9.5 9 42-43
27 10.5625" 10 9.5 43
27.3 10.75" 10.5 10 43-44
27.9 10.9375" 11 10.5 44
28.3 11.125" 11.5 11 44-45
28.6 11.25" 12 11.5 45
29.4 11.5625" 13 12.5 46
30.2 11.875" 14 13.5 47
31 12.1875" 15 14.5 48
31.8 12.5" 16 15.5 49

Kid's Size Conversions

How long is your foot? Then your shoe size is:
cm inches US Sizes UK Sizes Euro Sizes
16.8 6.625" 10.5 9.5 27
17.1 6.75" 11 10 28
17.8 7" 11.5 10.5 29
18.1 7.125" 12 11 30
18.4 7.25" 12.5 11.5 30
19.1 7.5" 13 12 31
19.4 7.625" 13.5 12.5 31
19.7 7.75" 1 13 32
20.3 8" 1.5 14 33
20.6 8.125" 2 1 33
21 8.25" 2.5 1.5 34
21.6 8.5" 3 2 34
21.9 8.625" 3.5 2.5 35
22.2 8.75" 4 3 36
22.9 9" 4.5 3.5 36
23.2 9.125" 5 4 37
23.5 9.25" 5.5 4.5 37
24.1 9.5" 6 5 38
24.4 9.625" 6.5 5.5 38
24.8 9.75" 7 6 39

How to convert your Women's shoe size to a men's shoe size

The size difference between men and women in the UK is about 1.5-2 sizes. Thus, the male footwear size 8 will roughly correspond to size 6 in women.

Women's to Men's shoes size conversion chart

Women's Men's UK Euro
4 2 1 34
4.5 2.5 1.5 34.5
5 3 2.5 35
5.5 3.5 3 35.5
6 4 3.5 36
6.5 4.5 4 36.5
7 5 4.5 37
7.5 5.5 5 38
8 6 5.5 39
8.5 6.5 6 39.5
9 7 6.5 40
9.5 7.5 7 41
10 8 7.5 41.5
10.5 8.5 8 42
11 9 8.5 43
11.5 9.5 9 43.5
12 10 9.5 44
12.5 10.5 10 44.5
13 11 10.5 45
13.5 11.5 11 46
14 12 11.5 46.5

Do you know that ..

The human foot is three-dimensional. Thus, any two-dimensional tool, such as a ruler or a scoop, can only approximate the actual measurement to choose the correct size of the footwear. It is worth remembering that each manufacturer uses various materials for the construction of the shoe. Even the sizes of one manufacturer can vary between the different models of shoes.

What to remember when choosing the size?

Quite important issues to keep in mind when choosing the size of women's and men's shoes. When choosing shoes, remember to give a slight allowance. On average it is said that it should be around 3-5% of your foot length. The second issue is the difference in the length of the foot between left and right. During the measurements, check both the length of the left and right foot.