Shoe size, is the standard unit system which used to measure the shape of the foot in order to match the right shoes to that size. When measuring your
foot your body should be positioned upright, weight evenly divided on each foot. Put your foot on the ground, measure the vertical distance from your big
toe to the heel.
Note: Generally the left and right foot is symmetrical, but there could be a slightly difference in the size between the two feet, so make sure to choose the
bigger one when measuring.
Customers can select the appropriate shoe size according to the shoes they usually wear, besides, they can also measure their foot's width in order to get
shoes that make you feel more comfortable.
How to Measure Foot Length
Foot length is the straight and level distance from the largest toe top to the bump of your heel. Note: You shouldn't measure the foot
directly because it would result in an error with your foot size. You should put your foot on a piece of white paper, draw the shape of
the foot on the white paper, or mark the front and the back of the foot on the paper. Then measure the length according to the figure you
drew on the paper, and this would be your foot's length.
How to Measure Bottoms
'Bottoms' is the width of the foot, and refers to the vertical distance between the helical area and the root of the tail toe.
Step slightly on the paper and trace the outline shape of your foot, followed by the length and the width of the foot's shape.
Generally the comparison data table below is based on the foot's length.
It won't make much difference if your feet width is narrower than normal, but above that or if your feet are thick then it will affect the
size which means you need to wear a size or even two sizes larger.
Special Note for Shoe Size
Ideal shoe size should at least make ten toes move freely in the shoe, with comfortable cushions and moderate internal spaces. The sole surface
and the curvature part of the foot should feet well. The front part of the foot should have a certain space, if we can still insert one finger
between the heel and the back end of the shoe when the toe is resting in the head of the shoe then the size is correct. The upper surface of the
shoes should cling to the heels properly so it won't slip while walking. Look down at your feet to see if the bow part fits with the central radian.