Shoe Size Conversion Chart

International Shoe Size Conversion chart for US to UK, European, New Zealand and Japanese Shoe Sizes.

Shoe Size Conversion Chart
UK Japan US /NZ Ladies US/NZ Mens European
2 20 4 2 1/2 34
2 1/2 21 4 1/2 3 35
3 22 5 3 1/2 36
3 1/2 22.5 5 1/2 4 36
4 23 6 4 1/2 37
4 1/2 23.5 6 1/2 5 37
5 24 7 5 1/2 38
5 1/2 24.5 7 1/2 6 38
6 25 8 6 1/2 39
6 1/2 25.5 8 1/2 7 40
7 26 9 7 1/2 41
7 1/2 26.5 9 1/2 8 42
8 27 10 8 1/2 42
8 1/2 27.5 10 1/2 9 43
9 28 11 9 1/2 43
9 1/2 28.5 11 1/2 10 44
10 29 12 10 1/2 44
10 1/2 29.5 12 1/2 11 45
11 30 13 11 1/2 46
11 1/2 30.5 13 1/2 12 46
12 31 14 12 1/2 47
13 32 15 13 1/2 48
14 33 16 14 1/2 49
15 34 17 15 1/2 50
16 35 18 16 1/2 51
Men's Shoe Fitting Sizes
E F G H
Slim Medium Wide Extra Wide

A shoe size is an alphanumerical indication of the fitting size of a shoe for any one person. There are several different Shoe Size Conversion charts that are used worldwide. These systems differ in what they measure and what unit of measurement they use. The above conversion chart features all conversions of adult sizes only.

Sizing Footwear

To assist us in making sure that we fit you with the correct shoe size we require as much information as you can supply including, usual shoe size, foot measurements for both feet, any particular foot problems, bunions etc.

A simple procedure for measuring foot size.

·    Place a piece of plain A4 paper, on a hard floor surface, with one edge up against the skirting board.
·    Stand with back to wall.
·    Place foot onto the paper with your heel just touching the skirting board.
·    Get some one to mark the length of your foot to the end of your longest toe.
·    Mark the foot at the widest point, which for most people will be from the toe joint across to the outside of the little Toe.
·    Include any swollen joints or bunions within this measurement.
·    Repeat the process on the other foot.

These simple procedures will give you an accurate sizing for your foot.

Note: Please do not add on any shoe clearance to this measurement your actual foot measurement is what is required.