What You Will Need:
- Your socks
- Piece of paper
- A friend (recommended, but not essential)
Thing You Should Know Before You Measure Your Feet:
- It is best to measure your feet after a full day of walking because walking can slightly increase the size of your feet.
- If you usually wear thick socks with your boots/shoes, you may like to measure your feet in the socks you will be wearing. Thick socks can add 1/2-1 full size to your usual size.
- Measure both feet. Most people's feet are slightly asymmetrical. When buying shoes use the measurements from the larger foot.
Measuring Your Feet In Six Basic Steps:
- Step down on a piece of paper
- Trace the outline of your foot. (If you have trouble touching your toes, it will be easier if you have a friend to trace your foot for you.)
- Mark a line at the heel and at the tallest toe
- Use the ruler to measure the length of your foot from the longest toe (usually the big toe but depends on the foot) to the back of your heel.
- Write down the measurement.
- Compare your foot measurements to the measurements on our site to find the number that corresponds to your shoe length.