English and European Shoes Size Chart/Numeration Guide

Check out this English and European shoes size/numeration guide to help finding the right shoes. A comfort of wearing shoes isn’t only related to high quality and comfortable material but also the right size. If you happen to live in German and is looking for buying English shoes, you have to converse the size first. English and European shoes size standard is different. So, you need to figure out the conversed size first.

English and European Shoes Size Chart for Women
European Size UK Size
35 2
35.5 2.5
36 3
36.5 3.5
37 4
37.5 4.5
38 5
38.5 5.5
39 6
39.5 6.5
40 7
40.5 7.5
41 8
41.5 8.5
42 9
42.5 9.5
43 10
43.5 10.5

Women's UK, EU Shoe Size Guide

English and European Shoes Size Chart for Men
European Size UK Size
39 5
39.5 5.5
40 6
40.5 6.5
41 7
41.5 7.5
42 8
42.5 8.5
43 9
43.5 9.5
44 10
44.5 10.5
45 11
46 12
47 13
48 14
49 15
50 16
Suppose you have found the right size after converting it, your work isn’t over yet. Why? Because you still have to practice 10 more tips to test the shoes you have chosen. It’s necessary to help you making up your mind about the shoes’ comfort. You should start by take a tracing of your own foot. Then, place the shoes you are interested in on top of it. It’s the easy way to see whether the size is right or not. If the shoes are shorter or narrower than your foot tracing, do not even bother trying it. It’s better for you to buy shoes during afternoon. Why? Well, the reason may be a bit weird but the truth is your feet expand naturally during the day. If you are buying sneakers, make sure you use the same socks that you are planning to wear together with the new shoes. This way, you can choose the right shoes. It is pretty much the same when you plan to buy dress shoes. Men wear socks when wearing dress shoes. The only difference is the type and thickness of the socks.

English and European Shoes Size Chart-Numeration Guide

Remember that feet’s size change with age. So, when you get older, your feet’s size shrinks little by little. So, you have to always try the shoes on before buying them. Another tip requires you to stand in shoes. Then, continue by gently pressing on top of the shoes until you have half inch of space from the shoes’ end to the longest toe. Ideal shoes should provide enough space for the foot to press forward while you are walking. Then, try walking in the shoes for few minutes back and forth. The longer you try, the more you know whether the shoes are perfectly fitted or not.

Always choose the right size that you feel the most comfortable with. Manufacturers often have different size standards. So do not trust the size’s description too much. Now that you have practiced all the tips, finding the right size of shoes made in another country should no longer be a hard task.

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