Size Guide

Friendly Shoes Size Guide

Helping you find the right size shoe.

  1. Measure your foot length in cm.
    • You may find it easier to trace the sole of your foot (including orthotic if you wear one) on a piece of paper on the floor. Keep the pen as straight as possible for the most accurate drawing. Then measure from the back of the heel to the end of the longest toe.
  2. On the size chart below (adults or kids), find the foot length closest to yours.
    • If your foot length is between sizes, choose the bigger size.
  3. Measure around the widest part of your foot (at the base of the toes where they meet the foot) in cm.
  4. On the size chart below (adults or kids), find the width closest to yours.
    • If your foot width is between sizes, choose the bigger size.
  5. If your width and length correspond to two different shoe sizes, you will need to choose the bigger shoe size.
  6. For particularly wide feet or AFO wearers, you are likely to measure one to two sizes larger for width than length.
    Removing the insole will add an extra approx 1.3cm in width (adults) and 0.8cm in width (kids).

We’re here to help if you’re still not sure what size to go for. Just email us at hello@friendlyshoes.co.uk.

Men’s & Women’s Size Guide

All measurements are in cm.

Find your shoe size in Friendly Shoes

Kids’ Shoes Size Guide

All measurements are in cm.

How to find the right shoe size (kids)