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Sizing Guides

SHOES SIZE & FIT
 
Every brand and design of shoe will vary in fit and size but if you can work out your typical shoe size it will help you decide what to order and help us advise you if you call for assistance.

Step 1. MEASURE YOUR FOOT LENGTH
Take a piece of paper thats long enough for your foot to fit on, butt the edge against a wall, place your heel (barefoot) on top of the paper and hard against the wall, then mark with a pen where your longest toe ends. Measure this length with a ruler. See which box your foot length falls into below and that is your typical shoe size.
Step 2. ESTIMATE YOUR FOOT WIDTH
Select the statement that best describes your foot.
Narrow (A) 
- your heel often slips out of shoes or you slip forward.
Average (B) - you fit most shoes easily and often get the same size.
Wide (C) - shoes always feel firm, you often ask for a size up.
Extra Wide (D+) - shoes are always very tight, you often stretch your shoes.
You can now define your typical shoe size.

My Typical Shoe Size is ____________  eg   11.5 CHECKING THE FIT OF YOUR SHOES AT HOME
ALWAYS try shoes on carpet in case you decide to return them and only wear them for short periods to avoid making creases in the leather.
1.Your toes should not touch the very end of the shoes when you stand up.
2. You should be able to wiggle your toes a little.
3. You should not feel increased numbness in your feet after about 5 minutes.
4. Some firmness across the shoe is ok as it will usually ease.
5. If the shoe is extremely tight and becomes more uncomfortable after 5 minutes then it is too small or narrow for you. Please Select ½ or 1 size larger to try.
6. If you have narrow feet and have some minor heel slip you can ask us for a complimentary pair of heel grips.
 
CLOTHES SIZE & FIT
RINGS SIZE & FIT
Ring inside diameter measurements:  
XS: 16mm S: 18mm M: 19mm L: 20mm