Shoes Size by Brands
Shoe shopping, especially online, can be quite tricky. Aside from the different shoe sizing systems that vary from country to country, different brands also have different size standards. For instance, you may be a size 8 at Nike but a size 7 at Clarks.
Why do brands have different sizes? That’s because shoe manufacturers use lasts (a mechanical form shaped like a human foot) when creating shoes. There is no standardization between brands as to the measurement of these lasts. In fact, shoe lasts are often a protected and confidential part of a brand’s design.
So even if you’re quite sure of your exact shoe size, shopping for shoes across different brands is still pretty much a guessing game. If you don’t have the chance to try the shoes on, you may as well read up on the store’s return policy, just in case.
Luckily for you, we have an easy to use guide and conversion chart to help you find your equivalent shoe size across different brands. Here you’ll find a list of shoe size conversion charts for different brands. We are constantly updating our charts, so if you can’t find the brand you’re looking for, be sure to check back later. You can also suggest a brand through our contact form.
If you are unsure of your shoe size, measure your feet properly to find your size. We also offer a helpful resource on how to measure your feet and find your shoe size correctly. Check out our shoe size conversion charts for different brands and start your worry-free shoe shopping spree!