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Measurement instructions

If you have doubts about the size, this table may help you ...

This table is only a guideline, the sizes can always differ a bit since no foot or shoe is 100% the same. Therefore always rely on your own experience! If you do not know exactly what your own shoe size is, follow the instructions below to determine your size:

It is best to measure at the end of the afternoon or in the evening (because your feet will be slightly longer). Draw a straight line on a sheet of paper that is longer than your foot.

Place your foot on this line (the longest part of your foot from your big toe to the heel). Draw the size of your foot (or put a line just before your big toe and just behind the heel). Always measure both feet because difference per foot is no exception.

To measure your size, measure the length (in cm) of your largest foot on paper. Below you will find the centimeters with the dimensions that go with them.


(In this table Lengte voet means: Length of the foot and Maat is the EU Size what we use standard on this site)


Men sizes:
Women sizes:
Kids sizes:


Other Tips:


More important than the width is the length (because a shoe in width usually forms something with wearing). There should be approximately 1 cm between the big toe and the front of the shoe.

When in doubt, always take the larger size, because a shoe that is too small is not good for the foot (better a little too spacious than too small). If the shoe falls a little too large then this can easily be solved with an extra insole, available in our store and webshop.

Our webshop is of course nationwide and beyond. But this webshop is ideal for the region. You can bring it back for free, fit a different size or exchange it, and if there is something wrong with it, we are close to personal advice and service ... These are advantages that you usually do not have at other large webshops.

Despite the fact that a webshop is easy, we still recommend (if possible) to come to the store. There is nothing like fitting and feeling shoes with a piece of advice and cosiness that we can never guarantee 100% online.

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