Men’s Shoe Sizing Conversions Chart
|Foot in inches||Foot in centimeters||US Men’s Standard Running Size||US Men’s Dress Shoe Size||UK Men’s Standard Running Size||European Men’s Standard Running Size|
|10 3/16||25.88||9.0||8. 5||8.5||42.5|
Women’s Shoe Sizing Conversions Chart
|Foot in inches||Foot in centimeters||US Women’s Standard Running Size||US Women’s Dress Shoe Size||UK Women’s Standard Running Size||European Women’s Standard Running Size|
|8 1/2||21. 59||5.0||–||2.5||35.5|
|10 5/16||26.19||10.5||10.0||8.0||42. 5|
Men’s Shoe Width Conversion Chart (in)
|US Men’s Standard Running Size||US Men’s Narrow (B) in Inches||US Men’s Medium (D) in Inches||US Men’s Wide (2E) in Inches||US Men’s Extra Wide (4E) in Inches|
|6.0||3 3/16||3 9/16||3 15/16||4 5/16|
|6. 5||3 1/4||3 5/8||4||4 3/8|
|7.0||3 5/16||3 11/16||4 1/16||4 7/16|
|7.5||3 3/8||3 3/4||4 1/8||4 1/2|
|8.0||3 7/16||3 13/16||4 3/16||4 9/16|
|8.5||3 1/2||3 7/8||4 1/4||4 5/8|
|9.0||3 9/16||3 15/16||4 5/16||4 11/16|
|9.5||3 5/8||4||4 3/8||4 3/4|
|10.0||3 11/16||4 1/16||4 7/16||4 13/16|
|10.5||3 3/4||4 1/8||4 1/2||4 7/8|
|11.0||3 13/16||4 3/16||4 9/16||4 15/16|
|11.5||3 7/8||4 1/4||4 5/8||5|
|12.0||3 15/16||4 5/16||4 11/16||5 1/16|
|12. 5||4||4 3/8||4 3/4||5 1/8|
|13.0||4 1/16||4 7/16||4 13/16||5 3/16|
|13.5||4 1/8||4 1/2||4 7/8||5 1/4|
|14.0||4 3/16||4 9/16||4 15/16||5 5/16|
|14.5||4 1/4||4 5/8||5||5 3/8|
|15.0||4 5/16||4 11/16||5 1/16||5 7/16|
|15.5||4 3/8||4 3/4||5 1/8||5 1/2|
|16.0||4 7/16||4 13/16||5 3/16||5 9/16|
|16.5||4 1/2||4 7/8||5 1/4||5 5/8|
|17.0||4 9/16||4 15/16||5 5/16||5 11/16|
|17.5||4 5/8||5||5 3/8||5 3/4|
Men’s Shoe Width Conversion Chart (cm)
|US Men’s Standard Running Size||US Men’s Narrow (B) in cm||US Men’s Medium (D) in cm||US Men’s Wide (2E) in cm||US Men’s Extra Wide (4E) in cm|
Women’s Shoe Width Conversion Chart (in)
|US Women’s Standard Running Size||US Women’s Narrow (2A) in Inches||US Women’s Medium (B) in Inches||US Women’s Wide (D) in Inches||US Women’s Extra Wide (2E) in Inches|
|5. 0||2 3/4||3 1/8||3 1/2||3 7/8|
|5.5||2 13/16||3 3/16||3 9/16||3 15/16|
|6.0||2 7/8||3 1/4||3 5/8||4|
|6.5||2 15/16||3 5/16||3 11/16||4 1/16|
|7.0||3||3 3/8||3 3/4||4 1/8|
|7.5||3 1/16||3 7/16||3 13/16||4 3/16|
|8.0||3 1/8||3 1/2||3 7/8||4 1/4|
|8.5||3 3/16||3 9/16||3 15/16||4 5/16|
|9.0||3 1/4||3 5/8||4||4 3/8|
|9.5||3 5/16||3 11/16||4 1/16||4 7/16|
|10.0||3 3/8||3 3/4||4 1/8||4 1/2|
|10.5||3 7/16||3 13/16||4 3/16||4 9/16|
|11. 0||3 1/2||3 7/8||4 1/4||4 5/8|
|11.5||3 9/16||3 15/16||4 5/16||4 11/16|
|12.0||3 5/8||4||4 3/8||4 3/4|
|12.5||3 11/16||4 1/16||4 7/16||4 13/16|
|13.0||3 3/4||4 1/8||4 1/2||4 7/8|
Women’s Shoe Width Conversion Chart (cm)
|US Women’s Standard Running Size||US Women’s Narrow (2A) in cm||US Women’s Medium (B) in cm||US Women’s Wide (D) in cm||US Women’s Extra Wide (2E) in cm|
International Shoe Size Conversion Charts/Converter Tables for Shoes Sizes
International Shoe Size Conversion Charts/Converter Tables for Shoes Sizes
Conversion tables for American, Australian, British, Canadian, European, Japanese,
Korean, Mexican, Russian, Ukrainian, New Zealand, Inches, Centimeters, Mondopoint shoe sizes
If your little piggies are going to market,
these shoe size conversion tables can help. You can use them to
convert from the shoe size used in one country or region to the
shoesize used in another country or region. However, store and manufacturer practice varies widely.
Having studied many
published shoe size tables on the net, I would not trust any of them. The best practice I can recommend, if the company allows this,
is to place orders in terms of inches, millimeters, or
centimeters. You can at least measure your foot and measure the
shoe and determine if you received what you ordered. Otherwise, you might encounter a compounded error of the manufacturer
having a variation and the store conversion table having a variation which makes the shoe significantly different in size.
I also note that tables and companies cite rules which only work for men, or women but not both. But often the tables
don’t indicate gender or are used for both.
|Shoe sizes get their own web site!|
Microsoft Internet Explorer now gives a “security warning” about
DHTML used on this page.
rows in the conversion table. Microsoft should do a better job of determining when
to issue warnings and should clean up its own house before casting stones at others.
Find out about XenCraft’s presentation:
My “Shoe Size Web Page” Fetish or How Companies are Losing Money on the Internet
A Quest for Understanding
is a nice video from the perspective of a husband of a shoe lover. This comes from BBC’s great series
on digital storytelling.
The following tables demonstrate another aspect
of globalizing products- shoe sizes are not measured in the same
units around the world. e-Business applications need to provide
users with appropriate units and be clear about which units are
I am not responsible for any problems caused by reliance
on this table. It’s my best guess as to size conversions based on
data found elsewhere on the web. I suggest you talk to the vendor
or merchant about size conversions before ordering. Note that
manufacturers vary on sizing as well. Differences from the values
on this page by either plus or minus a size or half-size are not
uncommon. In reviewing various tables on the web, I noted many
tables with gross mistakes (easily detected by seeing values out
Compare the surrounding values in tables you find on-line
and determine if they make logical sense, before ordering.
Using the Shoesize Convertors
To use these Shoesize convertors, first choose the adult, boys or
girls convertor. Then find the row that represents the region of
the world which you want to convert the size from. Let’s call
this the “FROM” row. Look across the “FROM” row to the size
closest in value to the one you want to convert from. Now, in the
same converter table, find the row with the sizes of the region
that you want to convert to. Let’s call this the “TO” row.
Finally, by looking straight up and down in the column, that is the same column
that has the size you identified in the “FROM” row, find the same column in the “TO” row. The
size in this column in the “TO” row is the converted size.
For example, if you are an adult Japanese man, and know your size to be 26, and want to know your Mexican shoe size,
then you would look in the adult table at the row labeled “Japan Men”. Find the column with a “26”.
Now look at the row for “Mexico” and look across until you are in the same column as the “Japan Men 26”.
You should see a “6.5” as your Mexican shoe size.
Please also see the
International ShoeSize Chart Notes below and the
section on Other Shoe Size Web Sites.
On most browsers, you can use the mouse to highlight a country’s row in the converter for easier reading and conversion.
You can make the tables larger or smaller by changing the text size setting of your browser.
In Microsoft Internet Explorer, choose the menu items: View, Text Size
|U.S. & Canada||M||3½||4||4½||5||5½||6||6½||7||7½||8||8½||9||10½||11½||12½||14||U.S. & Canada||M|
|W||5||5½||6||6½||7||7½||8||8½||9||9½||10||10.5||12||13||14||15. 5||U.S. & Canada||W|
|Russia & Ukraine *||W||33½||34||35||36||37||38||39||Russia & Ukraine||W|
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Attention eBay Sellers and Buyers
Shoe sellers on eBay are now
referring to these tables. Due to wide variations among shoe measurement
systems, relying solely on these tables is not sufficient to
guarantee everyone’s happiness. I suggest sellers measure the
inside of the shoe from toe to heel and list the measurement in
inches and centimeters. Buyers should measure their foot from toe
to heel. Buyers should request that sellers list the actual
inside toe-to-heel measurement, if it is not provided.
Without the actual measurements, insist on reasonable return policies.
You can refer to this paragraph with http://www.i18nguy.com/l10n/shoes.html#ebay.
Shoe Size Conversion Tables: Adult, Girls, Boys.
For most people, the larger foot is the opposite from the hand they write with.
Try on shoes starting with your larger foot.
|U.S. & Canada||9.5||10||10.5||11||11.5||12||12.5||13||13.5||1||1.5||2||2.5||3||3.5||4||U.S. & Canada|
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“Size Matters Not!” Sure… If you are Yoda. Otherwise, you need to use a conversion table.
Size matters not. Look at me, judge me by my size do you, hmm?
And well you should not, for my ally is the Force and a powerful
ally it is.
|U.S. & Canada||11.5||12||12.5||13||13.5||1||1.5||2||2.5||3||3.5||4||4.5||5||U.S. & Canada|
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International ShoeSize Chart Notes
- The Mondopoint system is the same as measuring the foot (not the shoe)
in Millimeters (or Millimetres, mm.). However, some
companies treat Mondopoint as Centimeters (Centimetres, cm.).
So a shoe may be labeled either 240 (mm) or 24 (cm)
if it is designed for a foot that is 240 millimeters long (including some wiggle room for socks).
You may see mondopoint sizes with two numbers separated by a slash, e.g. 240/95. The second number is
the width of the foot in millimeters.
- American Women’s shoe sizes are the same as American
Men’s shoe sizes plus 1½.
- Canadian shoe sizes are equivalent (identical) to American shoe sizes for both Adult and Children’s, Men and Women.
- Mexican shoe sizes plus 1½ are the same as American Men’s shoe sizes.
- British shoe sizes plus 1 are the same as American Men’s
shoe sizes. However, I see many tables using a formula of British
size plus 1½. Check with the manufacturer.
- I saw one table on the web indicating British womens running shoe sizes were 1.5 plus mens size. I think this is
incorrect and mistakenly applied the United States sizing rule to the U.K.
- Japanese shoes sizes are American Men’s shoes sizes plus 18. (Some companies say add 19.)
- Europe uses a system that came from the French called
Paris Points (aka Parisien Prick). One Paris Point equals two-thirds
of a centimeter. The system starts at zero centimeters and
increases. There are no half sizes. American size 0 is the same
as 15 Paris Points.
- 1 Centimeter (Centimetre) is 10 Millimeters (Millimetres).
- 1 Inch is 2.54 Centimeters (Centimetres).
- Length in Inches = 71/3 + (US Men’s shoe size)*1/3
- Paris Points = 311/3 + (UK shoe size)*4/3.
- A Chinese 7 is a UK 4. That’s all I know at the moment about sizes of shoes in China.
- Australia and New Zealand use the same shoe sizes as the
United Kingdom for boys, men and girls. However, I have seen women’s shoe charts where Australia is 1 or 2 sizes bigger than U.K… I added an entry
with one size bigger.
- Korea measures shoe sizes in millimeters (mm.).
- I am told Turkey uses European shoe sizes.
- There are two scales used in the U.S. The standard (or
“FIA”) scale and the common scales. The “common” scale is more
widely used. The scales are about ½ size different.
- Although different kinds of shoes prefer different measurement systems, I believe the charts work for all kinds of shoes.
(With the caveat of the variations mentioned above.)
I have been looking into army, military, ski, hiking, climbing
boots, ladies pumps, high-heeled, spike and dress shoes, as well
as sneakers, designer shoes, gentlemen’s shoes, causal, penny loafers, sandals, and
other styles. I have not been researching children’s shoes in
much detail. The sizes above are also good for soccer, golf, running and other sports shoes.
I have not tried bowling shoes or blue suede sneakers. I intend to get more detail on Nike, Reebok, and Adidas
due to the strong interest in running shoes for people coming to this page.
If you have information or can point me at information about
additional measurement systems of systems used by different
countries I would be grateful. (I am interested in Latin America
and Eastern Europe.)
- Russian and Ukraine shoe sizes taken from Global7Network.com
NOTE I am told these values are incorrect.
Russia, Ukraine and other countries of the former USSR
use European shoe sizes. There is no difference for
men, women, girls and boys.
In the 1980s a system using shoe sizes measured in centimeters was introduced.
The change was not widely accepted.
You can occasionally find shoes measured in
centimeters, but most are marked with European system.
Other Shoe Size Web Sites
A good site: Human Foot Morphology. Studies Japanese feet, but
seems generally applicable.
Also foot measurements.
When measuring feet for shoe size, measure to the longest toe. The longest is not always the big toe.
I couldn’t find any data on this other than Toe Size Poll.
According to Extraordinary Origins of Everyday Things, shoe sizes were first standardized in 1305 by Britain’s King Edward I.
An inch was defined as the length of three contiguous dried barleycorns. A common children’s shoe size was 13 barleycorns, hence the size 13.
From Origins at Happy Woman magazine.
Most business sites have poorly designed shoe size tables, that
are prone to user errors and result in high return rates and a
loss of repeat business.
Bata had some well designed pages,
but is now reorganizing its site
so I can no longer point to specific links, with the exception of one
great diagram in an Acrobat PDF file:
Bata Comparative Shoe Size Chart.
(I am not endorsing products of any companies, or the contents of the
tables. I am just noting the page is well structured and is much
better than most.)
What is the
Largest Shoe Size?
I don’t know, but Shaq (NBA Basketball player Shaquille O’Neal) wears a 22G shoe.
Here is his shoe size growth chart.
This shoe in the Philippine Shoe Capital, Marikina City is 5.5 meters/16.5 feet (French size 273).
This shoe in Hungary is size 217 (Euro system) or 145 cm. = 1.45 meters = 4.5 feet.
Zappos in the online Shoppes at Wellington Square carries a U.S. men’s size 18EEEEE shoe.
Bill Clinton and Abraham Lincoln were the presidents with the biggest feet. Both wore size 13 shoes. Clinton is 13C.
If you are looking for FIA (Footwear Industries of America, www.fia.org) for information on
the FIA scale, it is no longer there.
In August 2000, the
American Apparel & Footwear Association
(AAFA) resulted from
the merger of the two trade associations: the American Apparel and Manufacturers Association
and Footwear Industries of America.
(Clearly these guys don’t understand the web. Otherwise they wouldn’t have just abandoned their
web address, making it hard for anyone to find their new home…)
What Does I18n Guy Wear?
The I18n Guy wears New Balance running shoes. I
wear them every day, snow, sleet or rain, and have had the same
pair for several years now. Actually, I am tired of them, but
they refuse to die. I don’t understand how New Balance stays in
business. Previously I wore Converse sneaks and replaced them every 6 months since they wore out quickly.
(No, New Balance doesn’t give me a commission!)
Copyright © 2002-2010 Tex Texin. All rights reserved.
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Easy Shoe Size Conversion Charts » US | UK
Find your perfect shoe size easily! Convert any size (Euro, UK, international sizes) to US sizes for men, women, and kids. Use our how-to guide to measure your feet, or use our printable shoe size charts to find the right size.
International shoe size conversion: What is a size 40 in US? We’ve put together a helpful converter chart which will help you find your US shoe size (both, US men’s and US women’s), UK sizes and Euro shoe sizes. Either convert from one shoe size to another or measure your foot and convert to the preferred size.
Shoe Size Conversion Chart (US, UK, EU)
Easily convert your US shoe size to UK or EU with this shoe size conversion chart.
|US Men’s Shoe||US Women’s Shoe||UK Size||EU Size||Foot Length in Inches||Foot Length in CM|
|3||4,5||2,5||34,5||8 1⁄2||21,6 cm|
|3,5||5||3||35||8 2⁄3||22,0 cm|
|4||5,5||3,5||35,5||8 5⁄6||22,4 cm|
|5||6,5||4,5||37||9 1⁄6||23,3 cm|
|5,5||7||5||37,5||9 1⁄3||23,7 cm|
|6||7,5||5,5||38||9 1⁄2||24,1 cm|
|6,5||8||6||39||9 2⁄3||24,6 cm|
|7||8,5||6,5||39,5||9 5⁄6||25,0 cm|
|8||9,5||7,5||40,5||10 1⁄6||25,8 cm|
|8,5||10||8||41,5||10 1⁄3||26,2 cm|
|9||10,5||8,5||41,5||10 1⁄2||26,7 cm|
|9,5||11||9||42,5||10 2⁄3||27,1 cm|
|10||11,5||9,5||43,5||10 5⁄6||27,5 cm|
|11||12,5||10,5||44,5||11 1⁄6||28,4 cm|
|11,5||13||11||45,5||11 1⁄3||28,8 cm|
|12||13,5||11,5||46||11 1⁄2||29,2 cm|
|12,5||14||12||46,5||11 2⁄3||29,6 cm|
|13||14,5||12,5||47||11 5⁄6||30,1 cm|
|14||15,5||13,5||48,5||12 1⁄6||30,9 cm|
|14,5||16||14||49||12 1⁄3||31,3 cm|
|15||16,5||14,5||49,5||12 1⁄2||31,8 cm|
|15,5||17||15||50||12 2⁄3||32,2 cm|
How to measure shoe sizes | Shoe widths
Didn’t find what you were looking for? Please choose your preferred shoe size conversion chart:
UK Shoe Sizes: UK to US Shoe Size & US to UK Shoe Size
Convert your US shoe size to UK or UK to US shoe size with this shoe size conversion chart.
|UK||US Women’s||US Men’s|
UK shoe sizes are actually surprisingly close to US shoe sizes, and usually, the size difference for men is only about 0.5 size and for women 2 sizes. Hence, a US women’s shoe size 9, corresponds to a UK size 7 and a US men’s shoe size 10.5 to a UK men’s shoe size 10. However, some manufacturers and companies do things differently, so make sure to consult these UK to US shoe size charts whenever you’re shopping for shoes.
Euro Shoe Sizes: EU to US Shoe Size & US to EU Shoe Size
Convert your US shoe size to EU or EU to US shoe size with this shoe size conversion chart.
|US Men’s||US Women’s||EU Shoe Size|
|0.5||2||Size 32 EU|
|1||2.5||Size 32.5 EU|
|1.5||3||Size 33 EU|
|2||3.5||Size 33.5 EU|
|2.5||4||Size 34 EU|
|3||4.5||Size 34.5 EU|
|3.5||5||Size 35 EU|
|4||5.5||Size 35.5 EU|
|4.5||6||Size 36.5 EU|
|5||6.5||Size 37 EU|
|5.5||7||Size 37.5 EU|
|6||7.5||Size 38 EU|
|6.5||8||Size 39 EU|
|7||8.5||Size 39.5 EU|
|7.5||9||Size 40 EU|
|8||9.5||Size 40.5 EU|
|8.5||10||Size 41.5 EU|
|9||10.5||Size 41.5 EU|
|9.5||11||Size 42.5 EU|
|10||11.5||Size 43.5 EU|
|10.5||12||Size 44 EU|
|11||12.5||Size 44.5 EU|
|11.5||13||Size 45.5 EU|
|12||13.5||Size 46 EU|
|12.5||14||Size 46.5 EU|
|13||14.5||Size 47 EU|
|13.5||15||Size 47.5 EU|
|14||15.5||Size 48.5 EU|
|14.5||16||Size 49 EU|
|15||16.5||Size 49.5 EU|
|15.5||17||Size 50 EU|
EU Sizes = European Sizes/Euro Sizes are used in the whole of Europe, including France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Sweden etc. Italian Shoe Sizes, French Shoe Sizes and German Shoe Sizes are all unified as “Euro Shoe Sizes”.
European shoe sizes are unisex, compared to the US standard which clearly separates men, women, and children’s shoe sizes. In the European shoe sizing standard, the color, and details often identify whether the footwear is for male or female. Europeans sizing can extend up to a size 50, which measures 12 ⅔ inches.
How to convert Euro shoe size to US? What is a size 40 in US? The easiest way to convert a US men’s shoe size to EU size is to add 33 to your existing US size. Example: If you are wearing a US men’s size 9, then in EU terms, your size will be 42 in Euro.
European shoe sizes are measured in centimeters. Just like US shoes, though, the number does not correspond directly to the size of the shoe – a size 44 in the US will not be 44 centimeters long, but will in fact be about 27.9 centimeters or 11 inches in length. The most common sizes for women are size 39 (in US = 8), EU size 37 is 6.5 US, and size 38 in the US is 7.5.
International Shoe Sizes: Converting US size to Asian, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Indian shoe sizes
|US Men’s||US Women’s||JP (cm)||CN||KP (mm)||India|
The above chart will help you convert your shoe size to different Asian shoe sizes. It’s important to note that Japan, Korea, China, and other Asian nations all use different sizing, so there is no universal “Asian” standard. Make sure to consult this chart to make sure you pick the right shoe size for you.
Is Canadian Shoe Size the Same as US Shoe Size?
Yes, Canadian shoe sizes are identical to US shoe sizes, refer to this chart.
What is the difference between US and Euro Shoe Sizes?
Euro size numbers are also not the only thing that differentiates American and Europe-made shoes, for one, European shoes tend to be more narrow in the heel with a wide toe box allowing the heel to be held snug in place without scrunching the toes. Shoes made in the United States meanwhile have a deeper toe box and more cushion than their European counterparts. Most European brands also provide more arch support. These common generalizations however are not true for all American and European shoe brands with some of these firms following their own set of metrics. Compared to the European sizing, the US shoe sizing system could come in narrow, medium, wide, and extra-wide widths than how European sizing system shoes are.
Foot Length Conversion: Inches to US Shoe Size and Centimeters to US Shoe Size
|Foot length (inches)||US Men’s||US Women’s|
|7 2 ⁄ 3||0.5||2|
|7 5 ⁄ 6||1||2.5|
|8 1 ⁄ 6||2||3.5|
|8 1 ⁄ 3||2.5||4|
|8 1 ⁄ 2||3||4.5|
|8 2 ⁄ 3||3.5||5|
|8 5 ⁄ 6||4||5.5|
|9 1 ⁄ 6||5||6.5|
|9 1 ⁄ 3||5.5||7|
|9 1 ⁄ 2||6||7.5|
|9 2 ⁄ 3||6.5||8|
|9 5 ⁄ 6||7||8.5|
|10 1 ⁄ 6||8||9.5|
|10 1 ⁄ 3||8.5||10|
|10 1 ⁄ 2||9||10.5|
|10 2 ⁄ 3||9.5||11|
|10 5 ⁄ 6||10||11.5|
|11 1 ⁄ 6||11||12.5|
|11 1 ⁄ 3||11.5||13|
|11 1 ⁄ 2||12||13.5|
|11 2 ⁄ 3||12.5||14|
|11 5 ⁄ 6||13||14.5|
|12 1 ⁄ 6||14||15.5|
|12 1 ⁄ 3||14.5||16|
|12 1 ⁄ 2||15||16.5|
|12 2 ⁄ 3||15.5||17|
Foot length is the most important part of shoe sizing. The length and width of your foot will determine what size is the best for you. If a man has a foot length of e.g. 11 inches, he likely wears a US size 11 men’s shoe. To make sure you get the right shoe size, measure your feet and use the above chart to convert your foot length into your shoe size.
Converting UK to US Shoe Size: How does it work?
The easiest way to convert your UK to US shoe size is to remember that numerical correspondent of UK sizes are smaller than its US shoe size counterpart.
For men, simply add a half-size (.5) to your existing UK shoe size. For example, a UK shoe size 6 is a US 6.5 measuring 9 ⅔ inches.
For children shoes. To get your US shoe size, also add a size to your current UK shoe size to get the US size. For example, a size 1 in UK children’s shoes, will be a US 1.5 which is 3 ⅞ inches.
For women, to get the US size equivalent of your UK shoe size, add two (2) sizes up to your existing UK size. In this case, a UK women’s shoe size 4.5 is a US 6.5 or 9 ⅙ inches.
The UK standard is considered to be the oldest used shoe sizing metric in the world, dating back to as early as 1324 when it was made the standard English shoe measurement by King Edward II.
The British shoe size standard is based on the measurement of the ‘shoe last’ which is typically made of wood, but could also be from other materials. This shoe frame measures 13 to 17 mm more than the natural shoe size from heel to toe.
Under the UK standard, there is the distinction between adult and children’s shoe sizes. Men and women also have specified measurements. This is different than the Paris point-based system which has a uniform standard for children’s and adults’ shoes.
The UK shoe size standard only considers the length of the foot, but not the width. Shoes then tend to have different width measurements depending on the ‘shoe last’ used by the brand.
Each size in UK shoe sizing has an 8.46 mm (or one-third of an inch) difference. The half-sizes (4.23 mm) difference were per pair were introduced in 1880 to ensure better fit.
Generally, the UK’s shoe sizing standard is also used in Australia. Other countries such as the US, China, Japan, and even other European countries like France also uses their own shoe size standard.
What is a shoe size 40 in US?
The number does not correspond to the size of the shoe in inches or centimeters. An EU shoe size 40 in US will be different for men or women. Check our EU shoe size to US shoe size table here.
Boys, Girls & Toddler Shoe Size Chart
Many parents of young children are big fans of online shoe shopping. Even the most easygoing of toddlers can become whiny and weepy in the children’s shoe aisle. Unfortunately the greatest thing about online shoe shopping is also the biggest downside when shopping for children’s shoes. You’re not in a department store so you can’t try them on until you buy them. Here at HealthyFeetStore.com, if the shoes don’t fit you can exchange them for free, but you’ll still have to wait for the shoes to ship back and forth. In the hopes of making it easier for parents shopping for children’s shoes at our online store to get the right kids’ shoe size the first time around we’ve created this helpful kids’ shoe sizing chart. Scroll beyond the chart and you’ll find helpful instructions on how to use the chart and how to measure your child’s foot with greater ease.
|TODDLER & KIDS | 0-6 Years|
NOTE: From this size onward, shoes are sized as standard Men’s shoe’s starting at “1”. You can find the standard women’s size equivalent by adding 1.5 to the size.
|YOUTH | 6+ Years|
|US||Euro||UK||Inches||CM||Adult Women’s – Equivalent|
Basic Kids’ Shoe Shopping Principles
- Everything we said about how to measure adult feet on the Online Shoe Store Shoe Fitting Guide is also true of children’s feet – except squirmier with more whining and fussing.
- Children’s feet grow at different rates. Because of this, you should regularly measure your childs feet every few months to make sure they are always wearing a properly fit shoe.
- Regardless of your child’s age, never let a child wear a shoe that is too small for their feet! Children’s feet are still growing and developing and many adult foot problems have their origins in poor-fitting shoes during childhood.
- Young children tend to curl their toes which can be misleading when fitting shoes. Always be sure to check that the foot is fully flat before fitting.
- Never put your child in a shoe that is more than a size too big or the child is likely to trip when walking.
- If you are buying a children’s shoe that uses the U.S. or U.K. sizing system (see chart for measurement differences in the two systems), be sure to remember that the notation system starts over at around age 6. At age five your child may wear a children’s size 13 and at age 6 your child may wear a youth size 1.
- If you are buying a children’s shoe that uses the European sizing system the notation system is the same for babies, children, and adults.
- A youth size 5.5 is equivalent to an adult women’s size 7 and an adult men’s size 6. For older children and teenagers please use our Men’s & Women’s Shoe Sizing U.S & European Shoe Sizing Guide
Tips on Shopping for Infant Shoes
Everyone knows that children’s feet grow fast, but infant feet grow the fastest of all. In the first year of a child’s life their feet will grow to be almost half their adult shoe size. Other than taking your child to see a podiatrist if foot development seems to be abnormal, the best thing a parent can do for their infant’s foot health is to interfere as little as possible. Before a child has started walking, shoes are unnecessary. During the winter months your child can wear soft booties to stay warm, but all foot coverings should be as non-restricting as possible. After your toddler has begun to walk (usually between 10 and 18 months old), you can introduce him or her to a sneaker with a flexible outsole with good traction. This should be worn outdoors only. Inside the house barefoot is still best for toddlers. Just be sure their play area is free of debris that might hurt their little feet. Remember to check your child’s feet for blisters and other signs that their shoes no longer fit. Toddler’s feet tend to grow a shoe size larger every three months or so. Feel free to buy shoes slightly larger than what your child needs. 1/2 an inch clearance at the toe provides some growing room.
Tips on Shopping for Children’s Shoes
At four years old your child’s foot will be double the size it was at birth. Children’s shoes can have slightly firmer soles than a toddler’s shoe, but there should still be plenty of flexibility. Pronation control is healthy for adult feet. For a kid’s feet, a little bit of arch support goes a long way. Never try to correct a child’s walking gait without a podiatrist’s informed diagnosis and recommendation. Even though your child is older, their feet will still be growing rapidly. Between age four and five most children’s feet grow at least a half a shoe size every four to five months. You can buy your child’s shoes a little large for their feet, but avoid buying shoes that are more than one size too big or the shoe will become a tripping hazard. When choosing between children’s shoe uppers, breathable materials like leather and canvas are best. Children’s feet often sweat a lot.
Tips on Shopping for Youth Shoes
Your child will usually start wearing youth shoe sizes around age 6. After the age of 6, it becomes especially important that children wear supportive athletic shoes during play, particularly if they participate in after-school sports. While children’s feet are more resilient and thus less prone to injury, the most common cause of chronic children’s foot pain is Sever’s disease, an inflammation of a child’s developing heel growth plate. The most common cause of children’s heel pain is participation in activities that involve a lot of running and jumping, such as soccer and basketball, without having shoes that provide enough arch support. Even if your child’s favorite pair of athletic shoes provide only minimal support, Children’s arch support inserts are available to decrease your child’s risk of developing a painful foot injury.
Why shoe sizes as a mess
A couple of recent shoe experiences have really brought home to me, again, how frustrating the issue of shoe sizes is. I’ve previously posted about this in regards to clothing, this time it’s about the footwear.
Looking at it with an analytical eye, how hard can it be? In it’s basic form the average human foot has a single measurement of note, it’s length. This can be measured in metric or imperial measurements, and that is basically it. Now, I know theres someone already sitting there, hand raised, wanting to argue the point that we need to consider the width of the foot as well. Of course, we could, but very rarely do the makers of shoes consider this. How often do you get asked which width you need, or get offered a selection of widths? Almost never, because the makers make a standard one-width to fit all, or at least to fit most, and leave it at that.
So, we agree that the length of the foot is the measurement that will decide which shoe will fit us, and that should pretty much wrap up this post. Hell no, not in 2014, at the pinnacle of human evolution! No wonder we can’t solve global warming or come up with an alternative to dino-oil, we’re still stuck trying to reach an agreement on how to match shoes to our feet!
If I’m asked “what size shoes do you take?” my first instinct is to reply “In metric or imperial, in UK or US, or even Japanese measurements?”. Which is the question that has to be asked, as we have at least 4 different scales we can measure define our feet by. I’m usually a 42.5, a UK8, a US9 and a 26.5. Which makes absolutely no sense at all. Why would UK and US sizes be different? Because everything is larger “over there”? Or because the world is insane?
And where do all these arbitrary numbers originate from? Are my feet 8 somethings long? No, the UK and US shoe sizes are even more bizarre than that. The unit they measure in is called “barleycorns” (kids, I’m not making this up, reality was better than the funny name I thought up!) and a foots length is not measured as a certain number of barleycorns, which would make sense. No, the point zero is a size 12 shoe, which is defined as 12″ long, and from there the sizes work backwards in either full or half barleycorns, each of which are 1/3″ in length. So for a size 8, my foot might be 12″ minus 4 times 1/3″, which is 10 2/3″, which works out to 27cm, which isn’t that far off the 26.5cm I measure my foot to be.
Though the question is still out there of why the US size is one larger than the UK… The reason for that is that they start counting at 1, not zero, in a similar way to how the floors of a building are numbered.
Oh, while not wishing to muddy the water further, I’ll not mention that this only goes for mens sizes, it’s different for women and kids.
So how do the European metric sizes work?
Well, again we have an oddly named and oddly sized unit of measurement. This time it’s a “Paris point” and comes in at 2/3 a centimetre. The shoe size is then the length of the last in Paris points. This does provide us an easy conversion from plain centimetres to shoe size, by multiplying the length of your foot by 1.5. This means my 26.5cm foot is a size 40, which would be a rough deal for a foot that is normally at least a 42! Then again, this would be a shoe fitting in the French way, where the toe is right up against the end. A more usual fitting would be adding in a centimetre of “air”, which would bring the size up to 41.5.
At this point you may be close to giving up on trying to follow this. Why must it be so complicated? Why can’t some innovative and clever people come up with a sane and understandable solution? Well, they have. From the land of the rising sun we have the Japanese system of shoe sizes and it works pretty much like this:
“How long is your foot?”, “26.5cm”, “Excellent, sir, you’ll be wanting a size 26.5 then”
Problem solved, everyone can understand it, it makes perfect logical sense and it will be no problem at all to efficiently match foot to shoe and conclude business. Then we can fix global warming, right?
No, of course not, it’s never that easy.
Even though we have managed to get an exact measure for our feet (or to be more precise, our longest foot, as human feet are frequently not of identical length and shoe makers won’t let you buy two different sizes), the factories aren’t precise enough to actually produce shoes that have a scientifically accurate size.
Oh no, like for clothing, shoe sizes are ripe with voodoo and folklore. Consider the traditional British maker of Gentlemans shoes that is known to be about a size too large according to the stated size. Why? Apparently their lasts are from bygone times when men wore thick wool socks inside their shoes, so the sizes have accommodated the need for this.
Take the example of the Red Wing 877 boots I picked up recently. I almost passed them by as they are stamped as a size 7. Doffing my Sherlock guise I deduct that since they are made in the US, this means they are a US7, which translates to a UK6. Now I know I’m a UK8, so this will be far too small for me, yet a quick trial shows I can stuff my feet in. 2 sizes too small and yet I can, albeit a little painfully, insert my feet into them?
Looking at Red Wings size guide shows that US7 is Japanese 25, so they are 1.5cm shorter than my feet. Now I imagine squeezing my feet shorter by this amount (if you’re not quite following this, that’s a little over 1/2″, ok?) would be pretty painful. Makes me think that the old Chinese tradition of binding the feet of small girls has been adopted by workboot-wearing hipsters trying to break in the perfectly fitting leather boots.
And then it hits me… Urban lore says that when it comes to Red Wings, they size large, so you need to buy a size smaller than you usually take. Yes, you make make contact between your face and palm now, repeatedly. Why not just make your shoes to the right and proper size so people have some hope in hell of finding the right size footwear?
For anyone of an analytical or engineering mind this is just depressing and unnecessary. Perhaps in the dark ages it might have been acceptable, but if we can send space craft to Mars, it’s hardly too much to ask that we get the small matter of footwear well and truly sorted. I demand that action is taken to correct it!
A final addition:
As a small addition, I have calculated my own table of size conversions. UK to US is easy, but going from UK to Euro is not a sensible. According to where you look it up, there is a number added to the calculated European values, to make up for how much space you want for your toes. Some say 1cm, some say 1,5cm. So this needs to be added to the sizes, and this makes a total mockery of what was already a mess. Oh well.
Baby shoe sizes: What you need to know
Whether you’re headed to the shoe store or shopping online, buying your baby’s first pair of shoes can surface many questions. What should you look for in a shoe for someone just learning to walk? How will you know if it fits?
“I think parents always worry that a toddler may not be able to express how the shoe feels,” says Dr. Jane Andersen, a Chapel Hill, North Carolina, podiatrist and spokesperson for the American Podiatric Medical Association.
Don’t worry — it is possible to take some of the guesswork out of finding the right size and fit for your baby or toddler. (At least for a few months!) Here’s how.
Is your baby ready for shoes?
First, ask yourself if your child is really old enough for shoes. They really don’t need them until they’re walking.
“Before a baby starts to walk, shoes are only necessary for warmth,” says Andersen.
In fact, the American Academy of Pediatrics says not wearing shoes is actually beneficial for a baby’s foot development, and you can probably get by with just socks for keeping their feet warm.
Once your child is upwardly mobile, they may really only need shoes outside or in public places and not at home, where bare feet are probably OK — as long as you’ve baby-proofed.
“When they start to take steps, [shoes are] for safety, to protect them from potential foreign bodies,” Andersen says. “They don’t need actual support as toddlers, only protection.”
Once you’re ready to make a baby shoe purchase, there are a few things to look for:
- Flexibility. Forget stiff styles. “A baby shoe made of soft leather is ideal, as it provides good flexibility in the sole,” says Andersen. “Flexibility is important, as it allows a child’s musculature to develop in a normal fashion so that they can develop their arch appropriately.”
- Non-skid soles. Look for soles that give traction and won’t be slippery on smooth surfaces.
- Comfy fit. The shoes you purchase shouldn’t need to be “broken in” to be worn. They should fit comfortably from the start. That’s why you’ll need to bring your kid along to the store for try-ons and feel for toe space with your fingers. (More on that below.)
Baby shoe size chart
Here’s an approximate baby shoe size chart, courtesy of Carters.com:
|U.S. Size||Age Range||Length (in)|
|Newborn||Less than 6 weeks-3 months||3.25″|
|1||Less than 6 weeks-3 months||3.5″|
Baby shoe sizes explained
The above shoe size chart is just a jumping-off point for knowing what sizes to try on your baby or child. That’s because there really isn’t a universal sizing; it varies slightly from brand to brand, just like it does for adult shoes. You really do need to try them on your child to know how they fit.
Some brands label the shoes by age and tend to use wider ranges for babies. (e.g., 6-12 months or 12-18 months)
But just because a shoe is marked for your baby’s age doesn’t mean it’s the right size for them. After trying a few pairs on your child, you’ll probably get a sense of whether or not their feet are in the average range or if they’re big or small for their age.
Start by having your child’s feet measured by a professional at a kid’s shoe store. Then, you’ll know what size or sizes to try on.
Does the shoe fit?
When trying on shoes, it can be tricky to figure out whether or not you’re getting the right fit. After all, your baby or toddler isn’t necessarily the best judge. Kids can say a shoe feels great when it’s really too loose, or they can fall in love with a shoe because it has their favorite character on it, but it’s really too tight.
Here are a few shopping tips:
- Shop together. As tempting as it is to shop kid-free, bring your child along when looking for footwear for them. Put them in the socks they’ll be wearing with the shoes you’re buying. If you’re buying online, choose a site that offers free return shipping and hassle-free exchanges, so you can try on a couple sizes of shoes and return ones that don’t fit — or easily exchange for a different size and style if they’re not quite right.
- Feel for the toe. “Have some space at the end of the toe box,” says Andersen. “Usually the width of the wearer’s thumb is a good measure.” (Or use your pinkie finger.)
- Err on the side of the bigger foot. It’s normal for one foot to be a little larger than the other. Let the bigger foot guide you in your size choice, because too-small shoes can be painful.
- Take your time. Have your child walk around the store (or at home) in the shoes and see if they walk normally in them, Andersen says.
- Focus on comfort. “Really ask your child not only if they like the shoes, but if they are causing any pain or irritation,” she says.
Common mistakes to avoid
There are a few common traps in children’s shoe-buying to avoid:
- Don’t aim for a mini-me. “Often [parents] will put their children in mini versions of their own athletic shoes,” says Andersen. “Depending on the shoe, it may not have the flexibility that a child needs to develop normal musculature of the foot.”
- Don’t use worn hand-me-downs. “It’s best not to share shoes,” says Andersen. “They break down after they are worn by one child.” When a shoe becomes worn, it loses its original structure. This could cause a child’s foot to rub against the shoe and become irritated, or it could cause the child to shift their weight improperly while walking or running, Andersen explains.
- Don’t forget to keep an eye on how the shoes fit after you buy them. “Check their current shoes often to make sure they are not touching the toes,” says Andersen.
And have your child’s feet measured each and every time you buy shoes for them, Andersen says, because growth spurts could take you by surprise. This could be as often as every three months. That’s right: Before you know it, you’ll be right back in the shoe store shopping for the next pair!
Why Your Shoes Size Varies from Brand to Brand
Have you ever noticed that you fit best in one size for a certain shoe brand and a different size in another? It’s not just you — it’s totally a thing. And here’s why.
Are all shoes the same size? Nope, they’re not! You’re not crazy — your feet don’t suddenly shrink overnight. But they do swell up while breaking a sweat and, more importantly, the shoes you wear expand and contract, too.
Yes, the shoe size comparison between brands makes shoe shopping much more challenging. This is especially true when you’re shopping for athletic shoes. As a runner, or gym rat, or whatever form of exercise you favor, you know that the way your shoe fits makes a BIG difference. It can make or break your performance.
So, why does a size 10 in one brand feel like a size 9 in another? Keep reading our guide on different brand sizes to learn how you can avoid a micro-crisis next time you’re ordering shoes online.
No Standardization of Shoe Sizes between Brands
Brands develop their own sizing for the shoes they produce. Weird, right? The shoe size comparison between brands is like the experience of shopping at your favorite retail store for pants. You can find that when you go elsewhere, you’re a totally different size.
Did you suddenly gain 10 pounds at the mall? No, nor did your feet grow a couple of inches mid-walk between stores. The true difference in size starts at the beginning of the manufacturing process in factories with a tool called a “shoe last.”
Shoe lasts are molded models of feet (sans toes). They come in various shapes and sizes, and they’re a big part of what makes each shoe manufacturer unique. In that sense, the difference in shoe size between brands is much like apparel companies. It would put footwear companies at a disadvantage to adhere to universal sizing.
You might be able to relate to the shoe size comparison between brands if you have a certain affinity to Levi’s jeans, for example, that hug your curves exactly right. Or you swear by the Hanes tees as best-in-class because they strike a balance between being neither too tight nor too loose.
Many athletes — and runners, in particular — treasure the shoe fit comparison between brands. This is because some makes tend to fit like a second skin while others are so uncomfortable, they make you want to stop right in your tracks.
Shoes Sizes May Not Even Be Standardized Within the Brand
Okay, then are all shoes the same size if the same company makes them? Not necessarily. You can’t always count on one length in size to feel the same as the first (or second, or third!) pair of shoes that got you hooked on a certain brand.
There are a few reasons for this. First, most brands use a few different shoe lasts designed with a distinct activity in mind. Leisure and streetwear sneakers don’t need the same level of fine-tuning as athletic footwear.
For example, basketball shoes need to support lateral movements while out on the court to prevent rolled ankles. While cleats should fit like a snug glove to keep heel slippage from getting in the way of your game. That helps explain why not all shoes fit the same within a brand’s lineup.
But, let’s say your favorite pair of running shoes are almost on their last leg after a few hundred miles of wear. You love how they feel and perform, so you order another pair and do a side-by-side shoe fit comparison. Only to find that whatever new shoe you just unboxed must be an imposter.
Why Shoe Sizes Are Inconsistent Across Brands
What gives?! Before you go crazy with frustration, wondering if all shoes are the same size (that would make too much sense), here’s some troubleshooting advice that might help you pin down the problem:
- Are you sure the new pair is the identical brand release? Sometimes you might see a link that looks familiar, toss it in your cart, and checkout before realizing you got the same model, but not the same edition. A lot can change within a year or two. Even if the brand stays true to the original length in size, revamped features could fool you into thinking they shrunk. External heel tab, printed overlays, protected toe boxes, and extra cushion are all likely culprits.
- Did you ever leave your shoes outside in the sun? Or perhaps toss them in the dryer a little too long? Heat can certainly cause the fabric in the upper to shrink and shrivel up, making the replacement shoe feel foreignly roomy.
- Do you remember having to go through a break-in period? It’s not always easy to find a pair of shoes that fit like a dream right out of the box. You usually need to take them for a few spins before you can get them to soften up. And each time you run, the material in the midsole cushioning unit molds more to your foot’s contour.
It took a good amount of body heat and plenty of pavement pounding to create that custom-like fit you’ve come to love and expect! At least give them a chance to warm up on you (pun intended) before you declare that the same shoe is not the same size.
So, we’ve solved the riddle on the different shoe size comparison between brands and got to the bottom of why a fresh pair feels so different on your feet. But there’s one more situation that can be pretty maddening.
Have you ever been in a store, torn between which color you think will compliment you best? So you try on both — same model, same year, same size — and they not only look different, but they feel different, too. You compare shoe sizes and swear one feels more or less comfortable and make your decision.
What’s the deal here? Well, it could be a case of psychology if your mind is gently convincing your body to side with its secret preference. But you can definitely run into inconsistent shoe sizing at stores! It comes down to manufacturers at different factories that are using a last that’s slightly off-size from another location.
Finding the Right Size Shoes
You might be wondering how on earth you’re supposed to find the right shoe given all this information, but fear not. For the most part, you’ll probably experience differences in shoe sizes from brand to brand rather than within a brand that you tend to shop.
Yet, it’s always helpful to try shoes on before buying them. Here are a few tips to help you determine if your shoes fit properly:
- Size Up: Believe it or not, you do, indeed, want to size about half a size up. Your feet expand when running. Be nice to them. You should have approximately a thumb’s width between the end of your longest toe and the front of the shoe.
- Watch Your Heel: Heel slippage is, without a doubt, terribly annoying! Make sure your heel isn’t falling out of your shoe.
- Make Sure the Shoe is Right For Your Specific Foot: It helps to understand your arch type. Your arch’s height and flexibility determine the amount of support you need. Learn more about your arch here.
- Know What Cushion Level Works for You: Different shoes have different cushion levels. Some people thrive with ample cushioning underfoot, while others prefer a more minimalist feel.
That’s a lot to take in, isn’t it? If you’re unsure what type of shoe works best for your specific activities of choice, you can visit your local Road Runner Sports store and get a free assessment (which includes our new 3D foot scan) and shoe fitting.
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In this article we will talk about the differences in the size grid of Reebok sneakers and how to better understand the intricacies of the selection of shoes from this company.
We live in a modern world where there is not always time left for shopping. And in order not to be mistaken when ordering from an online store, you need to know exactly what size Reebok you need.
Reebok is one of the most recognized sports footwear and apparel companies. Everybody loves Reebok sneakers as much as professional athletes around the world. The size grid of “Reebok” may seem unremarkable, but it has its own peculiarities.
The fact is that there is no such thing as a universal shoe size. Reebok shoes use three labeling systems: American (US), European (EU) and English (UK).All three examples have different numerical values for the same shoe size. If you are not familiar with these differences, it is very easy to get confused when choosing the right one.
Note that different brands of sneakers have different size standards. We advise you to always refer to the official brand table before choosing shoes. This will help you make the right choice by comparing your actual size to that of a particular brand. For example, Reebok has a women’s ruler denoting English size 6 (UK), length 25.5 cm, aka American (US) 8.5, aka 39th European, and 40th Russian. But this is a completely different option compared to Nike or Puma sneakers.
Tables with a size grid of shoes are the most important point when buying in an online store. Always study them and you will no longer have to worry about differences among models and brands.
Official Reebok Sneakers Size Guide is below. It is worth noting that the sizes designated “European”, “USA” and “UK” differ from one shoe manufacturer to another and are not actually related to each other.The most correct way to navigate is to know the length of the foot in centimeters (cm) (“Japanese” (JP) size), which is usually indicated in millimeters, less often in the same centimeters.
How to choose your shoe size Reebok
Let’s find out how to choose your size of Reebok sneakers. And let’s start with measuring the foot, however, in no case do we recommend measuring the foot in the morning. Our physiology is adjusted in such a way that by the evening our legs swell slightly due to temperature and constant stress.Therefore, it is best to measure your foot in the late afternoon. In order to determine your shoe size, you need to make a few simple measurements:
· you need to measure the length of the foot from toe to heel; for this, it is best to use a regular A4 sheet of paper, which should be laid on the floor;
· then you need to put your foot on this sheet of paper, after which, with a pencil or pen, mark two points: one where the heel ends, and the other to indicate the tip of the big toe;
· and the last point – measure the distance from one point to another; so you get your exact foot size; it remains only to compare the marks and values in the size table.
Hope you have no questions about your Reebok shoe size.
If, for some reason, you find it difficult to choose a suitable size – just contact us in any convenient way. Managers BestSportBrands can always help you choose the right size.
One Size – what is the size in Russian
If one size is found in the table of jeans or sweaters, then buyers often think that this is a mistake.In fact, this designation of outerwear and underwear has been used abroad for a long time. So what size is this – one size in Russian and what measurements do you need to take to buy such clothes?
What is one size in English?
One size garments are sewn from elastic and pliable materials. They are also loose fit and open designs.
Advantages of one size:
- Clothes are suitable for a large number of customers.
- Manufacturers may not sew many items of different sizes and volumes.
- The versatility of things.
- If a woman or a man gains a few pounds, then the clothes will not be small because of their loose fit.
This size is most often used for the following types of clothing:
- Hosiery: socks, stockings, tights.
- Dresses of some styles.
- Loose fit cardigans.
Despite its elasticity, one size is not suitable for customers with large sizes, because the fabric cannot be the right size, despite the stretching properties of some materials.
Size waist translation into Russian in clothes
This is the girth of the waist, which is measured with a centimeter tape at the thinnest part of the torso.The centimeter is applied 3-5 cm above the navel. During the measurement, the abdomen is not tense, the tape is not taut, the ends should be free to close.
Hips: translation into Russian size in clothes
In the table of sizes of Russian manufacturers of outerwear and underwear, this is the girth of the hips at the widest point. Measurement is taken on the protruding points of the hips and buttocks. The tape is applied 15 cm below the waist.
Chest size – translation into Russian in clothes
For buyers from Russia, this parameter, denoted by the English word chest, is a sign as chest volume.
Size length – translation into Russian in clothes
The length of outerwear, measured from the shoulder to the very bottom of shirts, jackets, sweaters, T-shirts.
Inseam size – translation into Russian in clothes
This is the inner length of the product, which is measured from the groin to the bottom of the product – jeans, trousers, sweatpants, leggings, shorts. Measurement is taken on the inside of the leg.
One Size Conversion Chart to UK, US, EU
One Size is measured in inches (Inches), feet (ft) and centimeters (cm).The correspondences are presented in table 1, where 1 inch is 2.54 cm, and 1 foot is 30.48 cm.
One Size – what is the size in Russian
In each country, the universal size has its own parameters … In Russian size charts, One Size corresponds to sizes 40-46. At the same time, a person’s height should vary from 155 cm to 175 cm, weight should not exceed 70 kg.
Table 2. Sizes of men’s trousers, pants and jeans
|Russian size||International size||W-Waist (waist, inches)||Waist (cm)|
|42/44||XXS / XS||W27||68|
|44||XS||W28||71 9017 46 / S||W29||73|
|46/48||S / M||W31||9016 79||W32||81.5|
|48/50||M / L||W33||84|
|50||M / L||W34||86|
|54||L / XL||W38||96.5|
|60||XXXL / XXXXL||W44||112.5|
Table 3.Length of trousers and jeans for men
|Height (cm)||162-170||170-178||178-186||> 186|
|Length (cm) inside seam||74-76||79-81||81-86||91|
|UK Size L –||L30||L32||L34||L36||Legend Short)||R (Regular)||L (Long)|
|W – waist circumference (waist7, in inches 24||26/27||28/29||30/31||32/33|
Table 3.Length of trousers and jeans for women in centimeters
|Size||Waist||Hips||Thigh||Crotch||Length Open (shin coverage)|
So, One Size is universal, which allows residents of the Russian Federation and post-Soviet countries to purchase branded items on the Internet or in a boutique without fear that the clothes will be small.The fabric is stretched to the desired body parameters due to the fact that the fabric contains lycra. Quite often, clothes of this size are regulated by straps, belts, lacing.
how to choose the right size | Gepur
In this article we will give some useful tips, using which, any ordered item will perfectly fit the figure.
Shopping in online stores can be a real challenge for many girls, since it can be quite difficult to choose the right size without trying on.What to do if the price, assortment and quality of things still beckons in favor of online shopping, but you don’t want to be mistaken with the size?
Buying in the Gepur online store, you do not have to worry that you will make a mistake in the dimensions. In this article, we will give some useful tips, using which, any ordered item will perfectly fit the figure.
How to determine your size correctly
First you need to take measurements of your parameters.Take a measuring tape and measure your bust, waist and hips. The tape should not be too tight and deform the skin, but also should not be too loose.
Correct measurement will be obtained when the tape is firmly attached to the body. The chest and hips are measured in protruding places, and the waist, on the contrary, in the narrowest place. In this case, the tape should be parallel to the floor. It is necessary to take measurements in underwear, the bodice should be without a push-up effect.
The usual Russian size for many is easy to determine – divide your breast measurement by 2.For example, if your bust is 90 cm, then your size is 44 (the intermediate figure 45 should be rounded in favor of a smaller size).
Carefully study the sizing grid
When you have determined your parameters, it remains to choose the appropriate size using the sizing grid. The most convenient dimensional grid is presented on the Gepur website. The leftmost column contains the sizes of clothes presented on our website XS, S, M, L, XL, etc.
Next come European and Russian sizes, so that you can choose your usual size and see what size it will fit from our website.If you are in doubt about the size, for a more precise definition, use your parameters and select the appropriate size.
What if my measurements of chest, waist and hips are not the same, but different sizes?
It happens that the parameters of the chest and hips correspond to the size S, and the parameters of the waist correspond to the size M – L, or vice versa. First of all, focus on the item you want to order. If these pants are the correct size, you can determine by the girth of the hips, if it is a jacket or a T-shirt, you need the girth of the chest and waist.
If a trapezoid dress has a free cut, the key will be the measurement of the chest, as well as for sweaters and blouses that are free from the chest. If you still have doubts about the size, it is better to contact our call-center, where the operator will advise you in more detail regarding each model.
Carefully read the description and reviews for the model you want to order
If the model is “large” or “small” we indicate this in the description. Also pay attention to the conformity of the size “un.”- universal, which is also in the description of the model. Often our clients write useful reviews for different models on the site, which will also help you make the right choice.
Pay attention to parameters such as the length of the model and the length of the sleeve, with their help you will better imagine how the clothes will fit your height and figure. Another important parameter when determining the size is the structure and properties of the fabric from which this or that model is sewn. For example, if the fabric stretches well, you don’t have to worry about the size not being right for you.If the fabric does not stretch, and you are in doubt about the size, it is better to opt for a larger one.
We hope you find our tips useful and will make your shopping experience even more enjoyable and easy!
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