Five Ten Shoe Size Chart

Five Ten Shoe Size Chart

EU UK US Inches CM
33 1 2 7.88 20
34 1.5 2.5 8.1 20.5
34.5 2 3 8.27 21
35 2.5 3.5 8.46 21.5
35.5 3 4 8.66 22
36 3.5 4.5 8.86 22.5
37 4 5 9.05 23
37.5 4.5 5.5 9.25 23.5
38 5 6 9.45 24
39 5.5 6.5 9.65 24.5
39.5 6 7 9.8 25
40 6.5 7.5 10.04 25.5
41 7 8 10.24 26
41.5 7.5 8.5 10.4 26.5
42 8 9 10.7 27
42.5 8.5 9.5 10.83 27.5
43 9 10 11.02 28
44 9.5 10.5 11.2 28.5
44.5 10 11 11.4 29
45 10.5 11.5 11.6 29.5
46 11 12 11.8 30
46.5 11.5 12.5 12 30.5
47 12 13 12.2 31
48 12.5 13.5 12.4 31.5
48.5 13 14 12.6 32
49.5 14 15 12.8 32.5

Note

To acquire an exact measurement of your shoe size, simply stand barefoot on a piece of paper and use a pencil to draw an outline of your foot. To find your foot’s length, measure from the tip of the heel to the big toe. To find its width, measure the distance between the widest points of the outline. Usually, you will only need the length, but it can help to know the width. Don’t forget to subtract 0.2 inches (ie. 5mm) to account for the line of the pencil, and remember to measure both feet, as they tend to be slightly different in size. And when drawing the outline, wear on your feet what you’d expect to wear with the pair of shoes you are buying.

EU UK US Inches CM
33 1 3.5 7.88 20
34 1.5 4 8.1 20.5
34.5 2 4.5 8.27 21
35 2.5 5 8.46 21.5
35.5 3 5.5 8.66 22
36 3.5 6 8.86 22.5
37 4 6.5 9.05 23
37.5 4.5 7 9.25 23.5
38 5 7.5 9.45 24
39 5.5 8 9.65 24.5
39.5 6 8.5 9.8 25
40 6.5 9 10.04 25.5
41 7 9.5 10.24 26
41.5 7.5 10 10.4 26.5
42 8 10.5 10.7 27
42.5 8.5 11 10.83 27.5
43 9 11.5 11.02 28
44 9.5 12 11.2 28.5
44.5 10 12.5 11.4 29
45 10.5 13 11.6 29.5
46 11 13.5 11.8 30
46.5 11.5 14 12 30.5
47 12 14.5 12.2 31
48 12.5 15 12.4 31.5
48.5 13 15.5 12.6 32
49.5 14 16.5 12.8 32.5


Note

To acquire an exact measurement of your shoe size, simply stand barefoot on a piece of paper and use a pencil to draw an outline of your foot. To find your foot’s length, measure from the tip of the heel to the big toe. To find its width, measure the distance between the widest points of the outline. Usually, you will only need the length, but it can help to know the width. Don’t forget to subtract 0.2 inches (ie. 5mm) to account for the line of the pencil, and remember to measure both feet, as they tend to be slightly different in size. And when drawing the outline, wear on your feet what you’d expect to wear with the pair of shoes you are buying.