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Shoe Sizing. Measuring Your Foot And Size Charts

Use Measurements to get the Right Shoe Size and Width

Measuring tips:

The best time to measure your feet with the following method is at the end of the day, when your feet are at their most swollen.

Wear the same style of socks that you plan to wear with your shoes.

 

Measure both feet and choose the shoe size that fits the bigger foot.

If you are alone, it is best to take the measurements while sitting. If someone else is helping you, then standing on your feet is best.

For a more accurate measurement, use centimetres instead of inches. If need be, you can convert inches to centimetres by multiplying by 2.54.

There are wide variations among shoe measurement systems and the fit may be quite different depending upon the brand and type of shoe you buy. Shoe size conversions should be done using the charts provided by your chosen brand to ensure the most accurate fit, but the charts below will give you a good general guideline.

With an exact toe to heel measurement, which some sellers provide, you are more likely to order the correct size.

How to Measure Your Feet:

1.      Sitting or standing (see tip above), place one foot on a piece of paper. This may seem obvious, but make sure the sheet is bigger than your foot. You may want to tape the paper down to keep it from moving.

2.      Holding a pencil as straight as possible, trace around your entire foot. Try to be as accurate as possible so you get accurate measurements - this will help with finding the proper shoe sizing.

3.      Using a ruler, measure your foot width and length.

Length: Measure the distance between the two longest points on your foot tracing. Now, reduce this measurement by 5 mm or 1/5 of an inch. This accounts for the slight space between your foot and the pencil.

Width: Measure the distance between the two widest points on your tracing, & also reduce this measurement by 5 mm or 1/5 of an inch. This number will help determine your foot width.

4.      It's crucial to use a reliable shoe size guide. Using your measurements from step 3, refer to the following shoe size conversion charts to determine your shoe size. The foot size charts below convert inches to the most common shoe sizes. Remember that sizes can vary significantly among different shoe types and brands, and that you may need to use a particular brand's shoe size converter for the best fit.

Shoe Size Conversion Tables:

Inches to Men's U.S. Shoe Size

U.S. Men's Shoe Size

Inches

6

9.31

6.5

9.5

7

9.69

7.5

9.81

8

10

8.5

10.19

9

10.31

9.5

10.5

10

10.69

10.5

10.81

11

11

11.5

11.19

12

11.31

12.5

11.5

13

11.69

13.5

11.81

14

12

14.5

12.19

15

12.31

 

 

Inches to U.S. Women's Shoe Size Conversion Chart

U.S. Women's Shoe Size

Inches

5

8 1116

5.5

8 1316

6

9

6.5

9 316

7

9 516

7.5

9 12

8

9 1116

8.5

9 1316

9

10"

9.5

10 316

10

10 516

10.5

10 12

11

10 1116

11.5

10 1316

12

11

 

 

Measuring Foot Width

 

Why do widths matter?

 

Not all feet are the same. If you have wide feet, narrow feet or an oddly shaped foot, you know it’s not easy to find comfortable footwear that doesn’t leave your feet hurting.

 

New Balance are the only major footwear manufacturer to offer the majority of  their  shoe models in multiple widths, from narrow (2A) to extra-extra-wide (6E) With this range you can be sure of obtaining a shoe to fit you exactly in the style you want. This is especially important for Running and Cross Training Shoes.

 

A shoe that’s too wide causes pain and injury. Too narrow, again pain and injury. But when your shoe fits just right, there’s nothing to stand in the way.

 

New Balance Width sizing chart

                 x-narrow        narrow            medium               wide               x-wide                xx-wide

Men:                2A             B                     D*                    2E                    4E                   6E

 

Women:           4A            2A                    B*                     D                     2E                   4E

 

* Indicates standard width.



The following charts will help you find the width of shoes you need, based on your current U.S. shoe size.

U.S. Men's Size / Width Chart

U.S. Men's Shoe Size

C Narrow

D (Medium/Standard)

E Wide

6

3.3"

3.5"

3.7"

6.5

3.3"

3.6"

3.8"

7

3.4"

3.6"

3.8"

7.5

3.4"

3.7"

3.9"

8

3.5"

3.8"

3.9"

8.5

3.6"

3.8"

4.0"

9

3.6"

3.9"

4.1"

9.5

3.7"

3.9"

4.1"

10

3.8"

4.0"

4.2"

10.5

3.8"

4.1"

4.3"

11

3.9"

4.1"

4.3"

11.5

3.9"

4.2"

4.4"

12

4.0"

4.3"

4.4"

12.5

4.1"

4.3"

4.5"

13

4.1"

4.4"

4.6"

13.5

4.2"

4.4"

4.8"

14

4.2

4.5"

4.9"

14.5

4.3

4.6"

4.9"

15

4.3

4.6"

5"

 

 

 

 

Women's U.S Sizes / Widths

 

U.S. Size

Narrow

Average

Wide

X-Wide

5

2.81

3.19

3.56

3.94

5.5

2.88

3.25

3.63

4

6

2.94

3.31

3.69

4.06

6.5

3

3.38

3.75

4.13

7

3.06

3.44

3.81

4.19

7.5

3.13

3.5

3.88

4.25

8

3.19

3.56

3.94

4.31

8.5

3.25

3.63

4

4.38

9

3.31

3.69

4.06

4.44

9.5

3.38

3.75

4.13

4.5

10

3.44

3.81

4.19

4.56

10.5

3.5

3.88

4.25

4.63

11

3.56

3.94

4.31

4.69

11.5

3.63

4

4.38

4.75

12

3.69

4.06

4.44

4.81

12.5

3.75

4.13

4.5

4.88

13

3.81

4.19

4.56

4.94

13.5

3.88

4.25

4.63

5

14

3.94

4.31

4.69

5.06

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