Sizing Guide

How do you know which sizes to order?  Generally speaking, there can be about half a size difference between your feet.  If you're right handed, your left foot is probably the larger size, and if you're left handed, the right foot is generally the larger size.  You're probably wearing shoes that are about a half size too large for your smaller-sized foot.  We can fix that. If you're not certain of your shoe sizes, use the guidelines and table below to convert the length of each of your feet to a US shoe size.

 

1.  This is important!  While it's possible for a person to accurately measure her own feet, you'll probably want to have somebody help you make the measurements.

 

2. Since feet change shape and size throughout the day, it’s best to measure  when you’ll be wearing your FYT shoes the most.  If you can’t pinpoint that time exactly, it’s best to measure your feet later in the day, when they’ve expanded.

 

3.  Measure each foot from the back of its heel to the end of its longest toe. 

3a.  It's best to mark the length of your foot on a piece of paper, and then measure it, rather than just measure your foot with a tape measure or a ruler.

3b.  When measuring your foot, it's best to stand with your heel against a wall (slip the paper under your foot), both to keep your foot stable in the measurement process, and to increase the accuracy of your results. 

 

 If the length of your foot is: 

 Order shoe size:

Between 8 3/4 and 8 7/8 inches

6

Between 8 7/8 and 9 1/16 inches

6.5

Between 9 1/16 and 9 1/4 inches

7

Between 9 1/4 and 9 3/8 inches

7.5

Between 9 3/8 and 9 1/2 inches

8

Between 9 1/2 and 9 11/16 inches

8.5

Between 9 11/16 and 9 7/8 inches

9

Between 9 7/8 and 10 inches

9.5

Between 10 and 10 3/16 inches

10

Between 10 3/16 and 10 5/16 inches

10.5

Between 10 5/16 and 10 1/2 inches

11