When choosing the baby shoes, keep in mind that the child’s legs are constantly growing. We often check the size of our child’s shoes because they cannot determine themselves if they are starting to outgrow it. If the shoes are too tight or you have to curl your toes, then you definitely need larger shoes. However, it is not recommended to buy shoes that are one size larger, because too long, too wide shoes will not support the foot correctly, which will negatively affect the development of children’s feet, not to mention the fact that it will be easier for a small child to trip over large shoes.
Insole Length Measurement:
Measurements are carried out in socks or tights, which the child will usually wear with new shoes daily. Measure only on bare feet, if the shoes you want to buy will still be worn barefoot.
Have your child stand on a piece of paper with the weight fully on his foot. Draw a circle around the child’s foot and measure the longest distance between the heel and the toes. It is recommended to measure both legs separately, as there may be differences between the two legs, and a larger size should always be considered.
When choosing the right shoe size, you should consider whether the product is recommended for regular / thin or regular / wide feet. You can read our recommendations and more detailed information about the product in the product description of the selected shoes.
You can access the insole length info by clicking the “Size Guide” link on the product page. The info in the size chart does not reflect the total insole / shoe length, but the child’s foot size.
There is no need to add another 5-7 millimeters to the measured insole length, the recommended size indicates the ideal shoe size.
Once you have chosen the right size, all you have to do is find the perfect shoes!!! If you have any questions about our products or the size chart below, feel free to contact our support team . Happy shopping!