Your cart is empty

Feet Measurement

Feet length

Step 1: get a piece of paper and a pen ready, put kid’ barefoot on the paper and let kids stand straight.

Step 2: draw a horizontal line on the heel back and the point on the front of the toe (usually your 1st or 2nd toe)

Step 3: measure the distance between two lines - this is the foot length.

Note: The sizes of the left and right feet are often slightly different. make sure that  both feet are measured, and purchase a shoe size based upon the larger foot.

Feet width

Take a measuring tape, measure around the largest part of foot, usually from the big toe joint to the little toe joint and note down the circumference. Take this measurement for both feet and if they are different use the larger width.

 Take foot length and the width measurement and compare to the table below to find width fitting.

Children’s Width Shoe Chart

 

Child's Foot Length (Inches)

Children Wide Shoes Ball Girth Measurements in Inches

Child's Foot Length (mm)

Children Wide Shoes Ball Girth Measurements in Millimeters (mm)

AA

B

D

AA

B

D

Narrow

Medium

Wide

Narrow

Medium

Wide

57/16

51/4

51/2

57/8

138

133

140

149

53/4

53/8

53/4

6

147

137

146

152

61/8

51/2

57/8

61/8

155

140

149

156

67/16

55/8

6

61/4

164

143

152

159

65/8

53/4

61/8

63/8

168

146

156

162

63/4

57/8

61/4

65/8

172

149

159

168

615/16

6

63/8

61/2

176

152

162

165

71/8

61/4

61/2

63/4

181

159

165

171

71/4

63/8

65/8

7

185

162

168

178

77/16

61/2

63/4

71/8

189

165

171

181

75/8

65/8

67/8

71/4

193

168

175

184

73/4

67/8

71/4

71/2

197

175

184

191

715/16

7

73/8

75/8

202

178

187

194

81/8

71/8

71/2

73/4

206

181

191

197

81/4

71/4

75/8

77/8

210

184

194

200

87/16

71/2

77/8

81/8

214

191

200

206

85/8

75/8

8

81/4

219

194

203

210

83/4

73/4

81/8

83/8

223

197

206

213

91/8

77/8

81/4

81/2

231

200

210

216

91/4

8

83/8

85/8

236

203

213

219

 The best solution to check shoes’ width fitness is put the little figure(average around 10mm) between shoes upper and  the back of the feet.   If there is any gap among the shoes, figure and feet, then the shoes are too wide for the feet. If the figure fell too much pressure and not able to run through from left to right  on the back of the feet, then the shoes are too narrow for the feet.

In our website, we specify whether the shoes are narrow or wide fitting.