Size chart

PK

EU

US

cm Shoe-inside

cm Foot-length

2 34,5 4,5 22,9 21,4
2,5 35 5 23,3 21,8
3 35,5 5,5 23,7 22,2
3,5 36 6 24,1 22,6
4 37 6,5 24,6 23,1
4,5 37,5 7 25,0 23,5
5 38 7,5 25,4 23,9
5,5 39 8 25,8 24,3
6 39,5 8,5 26,3 24,8
6,5 40 9 26,7 25,2
7 41 9,5 27,1 25,6
7,5 41,5 10 27,9 26,4
8 42 10,5 28,0 26,5
8,5 42,5 11 28,4 26,9
9 43 11,5 28,8 27,3
9,5 44 12 29,2 27,7
10 44,5 12,5 29,6 28,1
10,5 45 13 30,1 28,6
11 46 13,5 30,5 29,0
11,5 46,5 14 30,9 29,4
12 47 14,5 31,3 29,8

What size are you?

To ascertain the lenght of your foot you must measure it from the longest toe to the end of your heel.
This can be easily done when placing your foot on a sheet of paper and drawing a line at the tip of your longest toe and another on the end of your heel. Put your full weight on your feet, as this will happen when wearing the shoes. Mark both lines and measure the distance between them. You will thus ascertain the length of your foot, which you can convert in your shoe size with the help of the chart hereunder.


Please measure booth feet, as it is quite common that right and left foot have different measurements. You should buy the shoe that fits your biggest foot to avoid pinching shoes.


The height and the width of the boot shaft refer to how high and how wide a boots fits.  To ascertain the height of the boot you must measure your leg sideways from the bottom of your heel to your calf. A boot with a shaft height of 29 cm is as high as the 29 cm mark on your measuring tape. 

The shaft width refers to the widest part of the boot shaft. To ascertain your shaft width, please place a flexible measure tape loosely around the widest part of your calf.

 
 
 


When buying pointy shoes or shoes with lambskin lining we recommend ordering half a size bigger.