Measure your foot following the guidelines provided:
Measure your foot near the end of the day. This will compensate for the normal swelling that your feet experience each and every day.
Put on the type of sock that you will normally be wearing for the footwear that you are about to select. As an example, if you wear a heavier sock with ice skates, then wear these when measuring your foot.
Measure both feet and select the size that is the larger. As you may be aware, many people have one foot that is slightly larger than the other.
While seated place your foot flat on a piece of paper.
Using a pen or pencil, and holding it as straight upright as possible, place marks on the paper at the tip of your big toe and at your heel.
Using a ruler measure the distance between these two points in either inches or centimeters.
Refer to the following North American and European footwear-sizing chart. Remember to repeat this exercise for your other foot and use the larger measurement when selecting your footwear.
Here's our footwear size chart.
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