Footwear Size Guide
1. Find the right shoe & boot size (video)
2. Find the right shoe size (short version)
3. Detailed explanation
5. Conversion chart (shoe size chart with foot measurements)
6. Finding the correct tall boot or chap size – Size guide to taking measurements correctly
1. Find the right shoe & boot size (video):
2. Find the right shoe size (short version):
3. Detailed explanation:
To find the right shoe size, you first need to measure your feet. To do so, please stand barefoot on a piece of white paper with your heel against the wall. It is important that the heel and edge of the paper touch the wall and thus start at the same point.
Draw your foot shape with a pencil (see picture).
After you have drawn both your feet, you can measure their length on the paper - from the longest toe to the heel (the heel marks the end of the sheet). In order to find the correct inner length of our shoes, you have to add (at least) 1Centimeter to your foot length.
For example, if your longer foot measures 22.8 CM, you have to calculate 22.8 + 1.0. This results in an inner shoe size of 23.8 CM. Then, refer to our "Conversion Chart" and find the correct shoe size under "JPN" - in this case it would be size EU 38 (24.0 CM).
Important: If you are unsure which size to take, always choose the next larger size.
Every foot is different. The length of your feet can be determined quickly, but depending on the position of the foot, the width of the foot, the instep height or the shape of your toes, it can be difficult to find the right size and fit. The rule of thumb for our shoes is, that you have to add 10-15 millimeters (1.0-1.5 CM) to your foot length in order to find the right shoe size.
In the end, you always have to try shoes on to make sure that you feel comfortable.