Determine Your Shoe Size

Women’s Shoe Size Chart

Shoe SizeShoe Widths
InchesCentimetersUS sizeEuro sizeJapanUS sizeAB (Standard)D
8 1/2 21.65362152.6”2.8”3.0”
8 2/322.05 1/236 1/221 1/25 1/22.7”2.9”3.1”
8 5/622.46372262.8”2.9”3.1”
922.96 1/237 1/222 1/26 1/22.8”3.0”3.2”
9 1/1623.37382372.9”3.1”3.3”
9 1/323.77 1/238 1/223 1/27 1/22.9”3.1”3.3”
9 1/224.18392483.0”3.2”3.4”
9 2/324.68 1/239 1/224 1/28 1/23.1”3.3”3.4”
9 5/16259402593.1”3.3”3.5”
1025.49 1/240 1/225 1/29 1/23.2”3.4”3.6”
10 1/625.8104126103.3”3.4”3.6”

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Men’s Shoe Size Chart

Shoe SizeShoe Widths
InchesCentimetersUS sizeEuro sizeJapanUS sizeCD (Standard)E
9 1/323.7637 1/22463.3”3.5”3.7”
9 1/224.16 1/23824 1/26 1/23.3”3.6”3.8”
9 2/324.6738 1/22573.4”3.6”3.8”
9 5/16257 1/23925 1/27 1/23.4”3.7”3.9”
1025.4839 1/22683.5”3.8”3.9”
10 1/625.88 1/24026 1/28 1/23.6”3.8”4.0”
10 1/326.2940 1/22793.6”3.9”4.1”
10 1/226.79 1/24127 1/29 1/23.7”3.9”4.1”
10 2/327.11041 1/228103.8”4.0”4.2”
10 5/627.510 1/24228 1/210 1/23.8”4.1”4.3”
1127.91142 1/229113.9”4.1”4.3”
11 1/628.411 1/24329 1/211 1/23.9”4.2”4.4”
11 1/328.81243 1/230124.0”4.3”4.4”
111/229.212 1/24430 1/212 1/24.1”4.3”4.5”
11 2/329.61344 1/231134.1”4.4”4.6”

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Junior’s Shoe Size Chart

U.S. & Canada U.K.Japan Europe
1 13.5 19 33
1.5 1 19.5 33.5
2 1.5 20 34
2.5 2 20.5 34.5
3 2.5 21 35
3.5 3 21.5 35.5
4 3.5 22 36
4.5 4 22.5 37
5 4.5 23 37.5
5.5 5 23.5 38
6 5.5 24 38.5
6.5 6 24.5 39
7 6.5 25 39.5

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Tips on Fitting Different Types of Athletic Shoes

CategoryToe AreaWidth AreaHeel Area
BaseballAllow room for toes to move comfortably while standing up straightFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeTry for a snug fit as heel counter area is less padded and more firm
BasketballAllow (thumbnail’s length) of space between top of longest toe on largest foot and the end of the shoeFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeHeel can move but is not supposed to slip
CheerAllow (thumbnail’s length) of space between top of longest toe on largest foot and the end of the shoeFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeHeel can move but is not supposed to slip
Cross-trainingAllow (thumbnail’s length) of space between top of longest toe on largest foot and the end of the shoeFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeHeel can move but is not supposed to slip
FootballAllow room for toes to move comfortably while standing up straightFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeTry for a snug fit as heel counter area is less padded and more firm
HikingAllow (thumbnail’s length) of space between top of longest toe on largest foot and the end of the shoeFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeTry for a snug fit as heel counter area is less padded and more firm
RunningAllow (thumbnail’s length) of space between top of longest toe on largest foot and the end of the shoeFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeHeel can move but is not supposed to slip
SoccerGlove like fit (allow room for toes to move comfortably) while standing up straightFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeTry for a snug fit as heel counter area is less padded and more firm
TennisAllow (thumbnail’s length) of space between top of longest toe on largest foot and the end of the shoeFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeHeel can move but is not supposed to slip
Track & FieldGlove like fit (allow room for toes to move comfortably) while standing up straightFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeTry for a snug fit as heel counter area is less padded and more firm
VolleyballAllow (thumbnail’s length) of space between top of longest toe on largest foot and the end of the shoeFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeHeel can move but is not supposed to slip
WalkingAllow (thumbnail’s length) of space between top of longest toe on largest foot and the end of the shoeFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeHeel can move but is not supposed to slip
WrestlingGlove like fit (allow room for toes to move comfortably) while standing up straightFoot should fit comfortably without stretching the upper over the midsole of the shoeTry for a snug fit as heel counter area is less padded and more firm


Like regular street shoes, athletic shoe sizing is based on the length and width of your foot. Determining your proper shoe size is essential to a comfortable fit.

Fit Tips

  • Shoes that are too small are one of the major causes of foot pain and problems
  • Shoes that are too large can cause blistering and a lack of stability
  • Don’t assume your shoe size is the same as it always has been. The shape of your feet changes over time.
  • Not all brands of footwear fit the same. The below generic size guide is a good indicator on what shoe size you should wear, but some brands may offer slightly different sizing guidelines.

Measurement Tips

  • Take your measurements at the end of the day, when your feet are the largest
  • Wear the socks you’ll wear with your new shoes when you measure
  • Measure both feet and fit shoes to the larger foot
  • If you are doing the measurement by yourself, you will get more accurate results if you sit in a chair when measuring. Don’t stand.
  • If you have someone to help you take your foot measurement, standing is the best choice
  • You may take measurements in inches or centimeters. To convert inches to centimeters, multiply inches by 2.54.

How to Measure Your Foot

  • While seated, place your foot on a piece of paper in front of you
  • With a pencil, trace around your foot. Hold the pencil as straight up-and-down as possible while measuring and be sure that your pencil remains in constant contact with your foot during this process.
  • With a ruler, measure your tracing to determine your foot length and width
  • Foot length
  • To find your foot length, measure the distance between the two longest points on your tracing. Reduce this number by 5 mm, or 1/5-inch. The result is your foot length and the number you will use to determine your shoe size.
  • To convert to centimeters, multiply the measurement by 2.54.
  • Foot width
  • To find your foot width, measure the distance between the two widest points on your tracing. Reduce this number by 5 mm, or 1/5-inch. The result is the number you will use to determine your foot width. Use the chart below to determine your foot width.

Shoe Size Outline


Shoe Size Measuring

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