|Mens Conversion Table - Footwear|
The size in the garment label may show a European size, use the size charts to check your correct size.
To determine your shoe size, measure your foot from the back of your heel to the tip of your big toe.
The easiest way to do this is by drawing a straight line on a piece of paper and marking the end of your big toe and the end of your heel on the line (keep your socks on for this, as you'll also be wearing them in your shoes) – then measure the distance between the two marks. This is your foot length, which you can look up in the chart below. Do this for both feet, as they can often be different sizes. If so, you should always pick a shoe which fits your biggest foot to avoid pinching. The shaft height and width of a boot determine how high and loose it will fit. To see how high a boot comes, measure from the sole of your foot up your calf: a boot with a 29cm shaft will come 29cm up your leg. The shaft width is the widest part of the boot. To determine your shaft width, use a tape measure to measure the fullest part of your calf.
Please note that this table is intended only as a guide and can differ from manufacturers’ measurements. Shoes can sometimes differ from brand to brand by up to a whole size.