Shoe Size Conversion

Thanks to the internet you can buy products from virtually anywhere in the world. Unfortunately, converting shoe sizes from one country to another can be difficult. Below is a good guide but please remember that how a boot actually fits can vary based on the last.

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3 Responses to “Shoe Size Conversion”

  1. Guy says:

    And, for boots, ALWAYS take a size higher than yours.

  2. Old Paratrooper says:

    Converting to Euro sizing or just in general?

  3. Guy says:

    In general. A size higher will better accomodate a second pair of socks during cold season and/or trekking.
    Plus, this will give you more comfort when trekking (expecially downhill, and if the neck of the boot it’s well tied), because there’s more space between fingers and boot.