It is known very well that choosing the right footwear is the way to healthy feet and comfortable utilization of the shoes bought. Therefore, it is important that the purchase of women's shoes takes place after the correct selection of the size. Within our guide, we will try to make the most of the knowledge we possess and enable you to select the right size of women's shoes. You should remember that the size of sports footwear is slightly different from the one of elegant stilettos, flip-flops, high heels, or winter shoes.

How to measure your feet?

There are several methods of measuring the length of the foot. Below, are the two most commonly used ones.

  • 1. foot measurement

    Place the measuring tape on the floor so that it is situated in a perpendicular manner in relation to the wall. The heel has to touch the wall. Check the length of your foot from the heel to the tip of your toe.

  • 2. foot measurement 2

    Stand with your foot on a piece of paper. Mark the tip of the toe and the end of the heel with a pencil. Get off the paper. Measure the length between the beginning and the end of the foot.

What should you remember?

There are two important issues. When choosing shoes, remember to select slightly looser ones. On average, it is said that the looseness should be around 3% of the foot length. The second issue is the different length your feet - the left foot can be longer or shorter than the right one, so measure the length of both feet before making a purchase!

Women's footwear conversion and measurement chart

UK Size EU Size US Size Foot Length (cm) Foot Length (in)
2 35 4 21.2 ~8.35
3 36 5 22.0 ~8.65
4 37 6 22.5-22.9 ~8.75
5 38 7 23.5-23.7 ~9.25
6 39 8 24-24.6 ~9.5
7 40 9 25-25.4 ~9.875
8 41 10 25.9-26.2 ~10.2
9 42 11 26.7-27.0 ~10.5

Please pay a special attention to the fact that the above size of women's shoes is only an approximation. The sizes in the tables are based on the ideal sizes provided by most manufacturers. Nevertheless, it is worth remembering that each producer has different measurements. We do what we can to ensure that the above data are as compatible as possible. If you are not sure what size to choose, never opt for smaller shoe sizes. Always try to add 0.5-1 cm more to the length of your foot.