Pick shoe size to convert

You just need to know one shoe size to find the rest. Enter your shoe size in the below tool to convert. US shoe sizes run between 4-14, UK from 1-15 and Euro from 34-52.

Shoe sizes vary in length and width between sizing systems. Find the conversion charts for both.

Different Sizing Systems

Shoe sizes vary across different regions and countries around the world. There are several sizing systems in use, each with its own standards and measurements. It can be very confusing to convert between different sizing systems. Here’s a brief description of some commonly used shoe sizing systems and how they relate to each other:

United States and Canada (US/CAN): In the US and Canada, shoe sizes are typically measured in inches or based on the Brannock device, which measures the length and width of the foot. The sizes typically range from men’s 6 to men’s 16 and women’s 4 to women’s 14. The sizes are generally the same for both men and women, with the exception that women’s sizes are usually 1.5 larger than men’s. For example, a women’s 8 would be equivalent to a men’s 6.5.

United Kingdom (UK): In the UK, shoe sizes are measured in barleycorns. One barleycorn is approximately 1/3 inch. The UK shoe size scale starts from children’s sizes, ranging from 0 (newborn) to 13 (older child), and then continues with adult sizes, typically ranging from men’s 3 to men’s 15. Women’s sizes are generally 1.5 sizes larger than men’s, similar to the US/CAN system.

Europe (EU): The European shoe size system uses a scale based on Paris points. The sizes range from around EU 34 for children to EU 52 for men. Women’s sizes in Europe are generally 1.5 sizes larger than men’s, as in the US/CAN and UK systems.

How to measure shoe size

There may be different shoe size systems but there is only way to measure the length of your foot. Follow the instructions here to find out your shoe size.

About this calculator

When shopping for shoes online or while traveling abroad, one common challenge arises: shoes are often displayed in different measurement systems, leaving us puzzled about the right size to choose. How many times have you found the perfect pair, only to realize it’s in a sizing format unfamiliar to you? Enter the shoe conversion calculator, a valuable tool that can save you from a footwear fiasco and ensure a perfect fit every time.

We do our best to find the right equivalent size between all shoe size system but it’s not exact science. Within a shoe size system, sizes also differ by brands. The shoe conversion calculator acts as your virtual size consultant, in most cases this calculator would minimize wrong sizes, returns and exchange. 


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