KEEXS SHOE SIZE GUIDE
What You Will Need:
1. Two pieces of paper
2. A writing utensil (pen or pencil preferably)
3. A ruler
4. A friend (recommended, but not essential)
5. A Measuring tape
Thing You Should Know Before You Measure Your Feet:
It is best to measure your feet after a full day of walking because walking can slightly increase the size of your feet.
It is best to measure your feet wearing the type of socks or stockings you will be wearing in the shoe you plan to purchase. Only measure your feet while barefoot if you plan to wear shoes over your bare feet.
Remember that the difference in shoe size measurements is often as small as 3.2mm, so your foot measurements will need to be equally detail-oriented to be effective. Rounding up or down will decrease the accuracy of the measurement and your likelihood of finding a good shoe fit.
Since one foot is usually slightly bigger than the other, we highly recommend measuring both feet
We also recommend that you add on at least 7mm( 0.7cm) to the length of your larger foot to allow for some room between your toes and the tip of the shoe
MEASURE YOUR FEET IN 6 BASIC STEPS
1.Step down on a piece of paper and make sure you put your weight on the foot to allow it to spread out
2.Trace the outline of your foot. It will be easier if you have a friend present to trace your foot for you.
3.Measure the the bridge of your foot at the widest point with a tape rule and write it down (in cm)
4.Measure the length of the foot across the widest part of the foot using a tape rule and write it down (in cm)
5.From the traced paper, use the ruler to measure the length of your foot from the longest toe to the back of your heel. Write it down (add 0.7cm to give room)
6.Make sure you carry out this procedure for both your left and right foot.
Kindly refer to the KEEXS shoe size chart below to select the closest size depending on your gender ( MAN or WOMAN) to select the closest length to your feet in CM ( see Orange Column) and the corresponding shoe size in US, EU or UK. The internal width of our shoes are standardised ( see Yellow column)