Size Charts

All brands fit slightly differently, and different countries go by different size fittings too. Each brand also has its own sizing chart ways. See below sizing charts for the brands we sell. For reference, Australians usually go by the US sizing. Be sure to check the brand you are looking to purchase as a US size in one brand might be different to another.

We have found that Converse sizingโ€™s are generally pretty true to size. All styles that we sell are Unisex, you love it, you wear it. However, the Dainty and Ballet Lace styles are on a narrower footbed.
Dr. Martens will generally fit a little bigger than other brands you might wear. This is not always the case, but we have found people normally go either a half or full size down. Not all styles come in half sizes, but if they are available, we stock them. We are the only store in South Australia that stocks half sizes. All styles are Unisex, you love it, you wear it. However, the Pascals are on a narrower footbed.

Birkenstock base their sizing on the EURO sizes as they are a brand made in Germany and pull full focus on that. Follow the below suggestions given to us by Birkenstock to find your fit.

To work out the correct size and fit, please follow the below steps:

  1. Measure the length of your foot by standing on a flat surface and measure the distance from the back of your heel to the tip of your longest toe.
  2. Add 10mm to your foot length, as this will allow your foot space to move. You now have your footbed length, so can find your EURO size.
  3. Measure the width of your foot across the broadest part of your foot. Compare with your footbed length and size to determine if you will need a narrow or regular fit.

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All styles are Unisex, you love it, you wear it.

All styles are Unisex, you love it, you wear it.