Fittings Tips

We've all been there – guilty of squeezing our feet into too tight shoes and paying for the consequences later. Buying the wrong shoe size – too short, too narrow, too wide, too loose – can result in foot pain, discomfort, bad posture, balance and gait. We utilize different manufacturers for different shoe parts or models, and since there is no standard width system utilized by manufacturers to measure the fit of narrow, average and wide, we recommend you measure your foot and use our shoe width chart to get the right fit for you! This is to ensure you have beautiful fuss free shopping experience with us.

How To Measure Your Feet

  1. Prepare paper and pencil, and ideally have a partner to help you.
  2. Put a piece of paper on firm ground – not plush carpets, sandy or pebbly surfaces.
  3. Get barefoot and take a neutral step onto the paper.
  4. Hold the pencil at 90 degrees to your foot and outline the shape of your foot as close as you can.
  5. For Length: Measure the distance between the heel curve to the tip of the longest toe.
  6. For Width: Measure the part that is visually the widest part of your foot.
Using these measurements, you’ll be able to determine what your size is in our chart.