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Fit Tips

The good news is that moccasin construction is very forgiving, so tight spots are less of an issue. When in doubt, we always recommend going up a half-size – a little too big is always more comfortable than too small.

A Few More Tips:

  • Shoes that are too small are one of the major causes of foot pain and problems.
  • 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.

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

Men's Size Conversions

US SizeInchesCentimetersEuro Size
69 1/423.539
6.59 7/1624.039
79 5/824.440
7.59 13/1624.940 - 41
81025.241
8.510 3/1625.941 - 42
910 3/826.442
9.510 9/1626.842 - 43
1010 3/427.343
10.510 15/1627.843 - 44
1111 1/828.344
11.511 5/1628.644 - 45
1211 1/229.245
12.511 11/1629.745 - 46
1311 7/830.246

Women's Size Conversions

US SizeInchesCentimetersEuro Size
4820.635
4.58 3/821.335
58 1/221.635 - 36
5.58 3/422.236
68 7/822.536 - 37
6.5923.037
79 1/423.537 - 38
7.59 3/823.838
89 1/224.138 - 39
8.59 5/824.439
99 7/825.139 - 40
9.51025.440
1010 1/426.040 - 41
10.510 3/826.441
1110 1/226.741 - 42

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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.