How to find my shoe size?
We want you to be comfy, and comfort comes with the right style and size!
We have fit thousands of women's feet correctly and have learnt a thing or 2 about shoes over the years, so please read through our comprehensive guide which will help you choose the best size .. and style for you. ♥
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Better fit, better you
We're reinventing *good* in women's work shoes, meaning supportive, stylish options that fit a female foot properly. We’re setting this new benchmark, because current options ain’t all that. And we think you deserve better.
Size me up right!
A combination of measuring your foot AND what size you take in your everyday shoes (such as pumps, sandals, sneakers etc) is the best safe-guard against incorrect sizing, especially since our lady feet can change with pregnancy, age and menopause. Yay for being a woman! When choosing she wear shoes, don’t be guided by the size you take in another brand of work boots or work shoes - as it’s quite possibly a man’s fit!
The quick vid below shows you how to measure your foot length, then just compare to the Size Guide!
Good to know
Coz of the whole man’s fit thing, you’ve most likely been wearing ill-fitting work shoes. This means our she wear shoes can feel very different when you first try them on. It’s because they’re specifically designed to suit a female’s narrower foot, higher arches, and more slender heel and ankle. In particular, you’ll often feel a much firmer fit around your heel and ankle. This is actually a great thing, because it means you’ll have better foot and lower limb alignment, and overall superior support and protection, both on the job and for long-term body health.
MATCH YOUR MEASUREMENTS
she wear size guide
Measuring your foot length is quick and easy to do - just follow the steps on our video. Then simply match your length measurement to our size guide below. Some tape measures or rulers have a small gap before the zero point, so position the zero point against the wall when taking your measurements!
Pro tips and helpful info:
• It's best to measure up in the afternoon or evening, as your feet swell during the day.
• Use your cm calculation along with the information found on the Size & Fit tab on the product you are looking to purchase.
• We offer a LOT of info on sizings and fit suggestions and due to this we only have a very small percentage of returns (only 4%, where industry average is over 25%!). By taking the extra 5 mins to read through the complete size guide and Size & Fit tab, it really will help you choose the best size for you.
• As we all have very different foot shapes, sizings cannot be guaranteed. We do offer FREE returns on all full priced footwear for peace of mind purchasing!
Measuring your foot length is quick and easy to do - just follow the steps on our video. Then simply match your length measurement to our size guide below.
Pro tips: It's best to measure up in the afternoon or evening, as your feet swell during the day.
Some tape measures or rulers have a small gap before the zero point, so position the zero point against the wall when taking your measurements!
MATCH YOUR MEASUREMENTS
she wear size guide
If you have one foot that is longer than the other, use the longest foot to choose your size.
Don’t wear socks while measuring up or add any extra “room” to your measurements. Our size guide already factors in extra room.
We design different styles to suit different foot types, so please read through the full Size & Fit info on the product you are looking to purchase and use this in conjunction with your cm measurement.
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Wide or narrow feet? We've got you! Our work range is designed to include styles which suit different foot types. You can find detailed width-fit info on each product page - just have a squiz in the Size & Fit tab. Some handy general tips are also listed below.
Wide feet fit tips
Ignore suggestions that your wider profile is better suited to man’s shoes - a male (or unisex) shoe will not provide a proper female fit, especially for your heels, ankles or arches.
If laced shoes are tight across the widest part of your foot, just skip some eyelets in that area when lacing up (like in the pic!). The shoe won’t be pulled as tightly across this area. View loads of clever lacing methods here.
If you prefer more flexibility around your ankle or you have wider ankles, you can untie the top 1 or 2 eyelets. Just ensure you lace tightly under this to ensure your ankle and heel stay in place (and you don’t have heel slippage). Also check your site regs!
In boots, look for a style which expands wide open where you insert your foot - a side-zip, or a tapered ankle creates a larger opening, while D-ring lacing allows a boot to be loosened quickly. It’s easier to manoeuvre a wide foot into a shoe with a wider opening, or a boot which can be quickly unlaced.
We have designed our footwear with clever hidden depth to cater for our extra lush deluxe footbeds (which taper up to 1.5cm thick in the heel area). If you are needing a little extra space (particularly across the widest part of your foot, or your toes), the custom insoles can be easily removed and replaced with a thinner insole until your footwear "gives" with wear.
Fit tips for narrow feet or ankles
Narrow feet or ankles suit laced shoes, as the laces can be adjusted for a tighter fit. Meanwhile, a pull-on style is your frenemy, as you can't adjust the fit.
Did you know there are also different ways to lace a shoe to create a tighter fit for narrow feet/ankles?! View all the clever options here.
Socks will make a difference with the fit of your footwear - so experiment with what feels right for you. And remember, always wear a quality sock manufactured from materials such as organic bamboo - a much healthier choice for all day wear!
Most she wear styles are suitable for you, minus the pull on boots.