How to Measure Your Child's Feet For Shoes

Posted by Ekaterina Milis on

The correct measurement of child's feet is an important key to ensuring that your child wears comfortable and safe shoes that fit.

Here are a few steps you should take to measure your child's feet:
1) put the kid on a flat surface on a piece of paper and circle the foot (keep the pencil strictly vertical)

2) Measure the distance from the heel to the tip of the thumb of both feet - they are usually the same, but sometimes the difference in length can reach 6 mm - you should orient yourself to a larger measurement result.

To determine the shoe size for children aged 0 to 1 year, we recommend using a rope, which after measurements can be measured with a ruler.
The result will be the size of the metric system - inch or cm.
We need to add 0,5 cm (for summer shoes) to that result which we have obtained since the baby's foot can slightly swell. However, it is not necessary to add more than 1 cm to the actual children foot length.


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