HOW TO MEASURE YOUR FEET
You should measure the maximum length of your feet, from the heel to the biggest toe.
It is important to do this step carefully, following the instructions you will find below to get the right measurement.
We usually have one foot bigger than the other and it usually is an insignificant difference, but if there are more than 3mm difference between both feet it is recommended to make a different size for each foot. In this case, you should indicate both measurements in the order.
Gea Soles shoes are suitable for feet from 21.8cm to 29.7cm long. To know your foot length you should measure it following the instructions below:
- You will need:
- 1- A paper
- 2- A pencil
- 3- A book
- 4- A rule or meter
1- Place a paper on the floor against the wall, and place your bare foot (no shoes or socks) on the paper.
Make sure your foot is perpendicular to the wall and the heel touches it slightly (not tightening).
2- Take a book and place it on the floor, parallel to the wall, touching it slightly with the longest toe of your foot.
3- Remove your foot carefully so you don’t move the paper or the book and mark with a pencil where the book is placed. The book should be parallel to the wall
4- Measure the distance from the mark to the wall. Make sure that you are measuring as straight as possible.
Measure your foot width horizontally across the ball of the foot, as in the image.
Once you get your foot width, check the width-length ranges recommended for a good fit in the table below. These width ranges are recommended for a good fit, however every foot and person is different, so it could be different in some cases.
If you have any question, please, contact by email.
You will be asked about your Instep Circumference in some models. You can see how to measure it in the following the image.
You can measure your instep circumference with a sewing meter, but if you don't have one, you can take a cord or a lace to enclose the instep and then measure the section with a meter or a rule.
For any doubt or comment, feel free to ask by email INFO@GEASOLES.COM