Size guide

Use the charts below to work out which size you will be. The best way, if you really are not sure is to stand up and place your foot onto a ruler and measure from the back of your heel to the end of your longest toe (which is not always your big toe :-)  If you intend to wear socks or stockings put them on before you measure your foot. Then find your size on the charts below.

Please remember that we try our best to make sure the sizing is as accurate as possible but all the manufacturers use different lasts for their shoes so the sizes can vary from brand to brand. If you would like any advice on which size to get please feel free to email, message or call us and we will gladly help you. Happy shopping. 

Birkenstock Sizing and Fit
When you are fitting Birkenstock you should have a few millimetres of space in the heel and toe areas. Your toes should not touch the cork wall at the front nor should your heel touch the back. This will improve the longevity of your Birkenstocks.

  1. Measure the length of your foot by standing on a flat surface with your full weight on your foot, then measure the distance from the back of your heel to the tip of your longest toe.
  2. Add 10mm to your foot length to allow your foot room to move. This will give you the footbed length you need to find your size.

Please use the images and chart below as a guide when you are deciding on the size of your Birkenstock shoes.

Birkenstock Sizing Chart

Taos Footwear Shoe Size Chart

Our Taos Footwear shoe size chart shows sizes for USA, UK, Europe, Australia and Japan, and you can determine your size in inches and centimeters as well. 

Taos Sizing Chart

Crocs Footwear Shoe Size Chart

Choose the right fit for your foot. Whether you’re a narrow size or wide, you’ll find the perfect fit for you.

Crocs Sizing Chart