Every brand of shoe and the designs within that brand can vary in fit and size due to the tooling used in the shoe-making process. Without industry standardisation, relying on AU, UK, US or EU sizing can be fraught with uncertainty. That’s why knowing the centimetre length, width and circumference of your own feet, and checking these measurements against the size guide of each shoe style, is the most accurate way to determine what size to order.
Step 1. Measure Your Feet
See the next tab for a full set of instructions on how to accurately measure the length, width and circumference of your feet.
Step 2. Identify Your Shoe Size from the Chart
Each of our shoe styles has a blue SIZE GUIDE link just under the description, at the top of the product page. Here you will find the manufacturer’s EU size which we’ve further defined with hand-measured insole and outsole lengths (where different), width and circumference measurements. These are taken in the universal standard of centimetres. Having followed the steps above, you now have the comprehensive shoe information needed to compare with your foot measurements. TIP: For enclosed shoes, add 1.5cm to your foot length measurement to find the right insole length.
Step 3. Ask for Assistance
If you’re local to the Sunshine Coast, passing through, or visiting – you may contact us directly to make an appointment to ‘try before you buy’. We would be happy to show you our range and assist your size selection. Bookings are strictly by appointment only. Cash and card payments options available.
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