Shoe Size Guide
It is important to consistently check the size of your child's growing feet. Sizing feet for shoes should be done at the end of the day when the feet are the most swelled from walking all day. Your child's foot length should be measured at home by using the following techniques:
Measure from wall to toe
Have your child stand up against a wall with their feet flat on the floor and a draw line where the longest toe of both feet end (for some children, their longest toe is the second toe). Mark this on the floor and measure the distance from the line back to the wall.
After you have measured your child's feet, use a sizing chart to find the correct size shoe for your child. One foot is naturally larger than the other, so it is important to fit the shoe to the longer foot
Please understand that different shoe models are constructed using different lasts, so sizing of each model will vary accordingly. For shoes that run differently from this size chart, you can see more sizing advice on their product pages, please follow accordingly for the best fit.
Two important points to note while measuring your child's feet:
Remember to have the child stand up while measuring his or her feet.
If the new shoes are to be worn with socks or stockings, make sure that the child is wearing the socks or stockings when measuring.
Size conversion chart
The following size chart acts only as a guide to find your closest shoe size. We have included room for proper foot growth in our sizes, please select the size closest to your child's measurement. Call us on our customer service number at 6717 4811 if you need further help on the sizing or fit. Please note that conversion data is approximate.
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