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To find your foot measurement at home, closely trace your entire foot onto a piece of paper and measure from heel to toe. If your measurement is between chart numbers, we recommend sizing up. Be sure you're putting your full weight on your foot while To find your foot measurement closely trace your entire foot onto a piece of paper and measure from heel to toe. If your measurement is between chart numbers, we recommend sizing up. Be sure you’re putting your full weight on your foot while tracing. Please note: for the best results, measuring later in the day is recommended.
We created this easy-to-use sizing chart so that finding the right size shoes for your kids won’t be a workout in itself. *Due to the metric/imperial conversions, there will be some instances where two US sizes will equal one UK size or one CM size.
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The shoes were comfortable and tried them out at work and during a workout, however the heel of the shoe severely cut the back of my ankles and so I was forced to return them.
I’m a disabled vet, I lost my leg below the knee in Iraq 2004. Shoes are very important to a amputee. I need comfort on my left foot and more importantly the shoe has to fit right on my prosthetic. It can’t be to high in the back or to low. The sole has to be just about perfect for me because I can’t bend my knee all the way straight when I walk. My knee is always slightly bent and this is why any shoe has to be almost perfect. These shoes are just not good enough. I tried them for five days now and they’re just not correct. I’ll keep the shoes since I used them for five days, but I have to say I’m not happy with them.
These shoes look very nice, fit nice and snug, and do what I need. I wear them to the gym every day except legs and they're stable and comfy for cardio. Would buy again. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]