Buckles by Pius

Luxury Meets Big Feet




We’ve all tried to wear shoes that are not our Size, because we don’t know our shoe size, or cant find our correct shoe size. This isn’t cool because we can get injuries from doing so. You need to know your shoe size becaus, It is essential to get the correct size for proper fit before you purchase a Shoe. If you get the wrong size, your feet will suffer pain, but if you get the correct size, your shoe will be your best friend. Shoes don’t stretch. If they don’t feel right at the time of purchase they will never feel right. Shoes with perfect fit gives the feet comfort and warmth, so make sure you have the right size of shoe for your feet.

Here are some easy at home steps to knowing your shoe sizes. Before then Lets see the standard shoe size charts.

Men Shoe Size Chart

This standard shoe size conversion chart is to guide you so that you know your size when you follow the easy steps below. Let’s begin…so that we can get those new Shoes on you.

Home measurements:

Step 1. Get your supplies needed to measure your feet.
A measuring tape, a piece of paper larger than your foot, a pencil, and a ruler.

Step 2. Tracing your Feet
Tape the piece of paper to a flat, hard surface on the floor. Trace the outline of your foot. Some people have feet that do swell especially in the evening after standing on them for long periods of time. We recommend measuring your foot in the evening to allow comfort and ample room. Trace your feet without shoes, just with socks like you may be wearing with the shoes you will be making. Place your foot firmly on the floor with your leg slightly forward and your shin just in front of your ankle. Using your pencil, trace the outline of your foot on the paper. Hold your pencil straight up and down as you do this. Make sure the pencil is firmly against your foot as you trace around it. It can be helpful to have someone else do the tracing, but you can do this yourself.


Step 3. Mark the length and width of your foot
Make sure you Trace and measure both feet,because everyone have some variance between their right and left foot,and for some people, the difference could be a half or more. Using your pencil, draw a straight line from top to bottom of the outline of your foot. That is your length. Then from side to side at the widest part of the outline, draw another straight line for your width. Do this on both traced outline.


Step 4. Measure the length of your foot.
Using your measuring tape or ruler, measure from the top to the bottom of your outline. Make sure you’re holding your measuring tape or ruler straight. For inches use the closest 16th inch mark when measuring. Don’t round up or down as this will affect the fit of new shoes. Write your length measurement at the top of the outline. Now you have the Length,Lets Move to the width.



Step 5. Measure the width of your foot.
Some people will need a narrow shoe while others need wide shoe. Measure the width of your foot with your measuring tape or ruler from the left side to the right of the widest part of the outline. Find the mark that is to the closest 16th inch here as well. Write this number to the side of your foot outline.


Step 6. Finding your final shoe size.
Repeat these steps for the other foot and go with the larger of the two. After your numbers are written down, you will want to subtract 2 tenths of an inch from each of the numbers to allow for the slight space between your actual foot and the line made when tracing your foot with the pencil. These final numbers are your actual foot measurements and can be converted to your appropriate size and width.



You are now on your way to getting a correct fitting, comfortable, quality pair of shoes!

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