Sole Searching knows that proper fit is so important to overall foot health. That's why we offer a 30 day money back guarantee on unworn shoes if you are not satisfied with fit of your newly purchased shoes. To help you make an informed decision, we have provided you with these fit assistance tools.
Please note that we have included the dimensions of each style on each product page.
Some styles are a small make and we have indicated this next to each product description.
Look out for these banners on each style page. If you notice a small make banner on a particular style, please order the next size up from your usual shoe size.
- OR -
This chart should be used as a guide only. We do our best to provide accurate size conversions, however due to each manufacturer’s size scale inconsistencies may occur.
STILL UNSURE OF YOUR SIZE?
Take advantage of our easy return policy! Read more about it.
How to measure your foot?
PS: We highly recommend to do the measuring process as described below with both left and right foot (one of them can be slightly larger than the other!)
Place a blank paper sheet (paper size A4 or similar) on the floor (you may tape the paper sheet down on the floor.) Sit on a chair (on the edge) and place your foot on the paper sheet, with your leg slightly bent forward. Make sure you have a pencil/marker available.
Draw the outline of your foot carefully all the way around. Draw as close to the foot as possible, but make sure not to draw "under" the foot. If you do not manage to do the drawing yourself, ask a good friend for help. This is a fun thing to do together anyway. Do it over again with the other foot (one foot can be larger than the other!)
Now you should take two measurements from your drawings (both feet), using a ruler or a measuring tape. Use your preferred units of measure (inches or cm.)
Shoe size, length: measure the length between the back of the heel and the tip of the longest toe (see illustration.) Please note that you should measure between these exact points.
Shoe size, width: measure the length between the widest points of the foot (see photo above).
After having measured both feet, use the largest measurements (largest length measurement and largest width measurement) and determine your shoe size directly from our shoe size charts on each product page.
For help, please email us at email@example.com
Ready to shop? Just click your size below.
|Size 10 Shoes||Size 13 Shoes|
|Size 11 Shoes||Size 14 Shoes|
|Size 12 Shoes||View All Shoes|