When choosing the right child, keep in mind that the child’s feet are constantly growing. We often check the size of your child’s shoes, because he is not sure he can tell when he starts to grow it. If you’re getting a piece of footwork or clenching the nails of your toes, pushing your child’s leg, you will need more shoes. At the same time, it is not recommended to wear a larger size shoe as too long or too wide shoes do not fit the foot, which adversely affects the developing child’s legs, not to mention that a big shoe is easier to stumble and the baby falls.
Once you have chosen the right size, there is nothing left to find the perfect footwear. If you have any questions about our products or the size chart below, feel free to contact our customer service . Good shopping!
Using the Size Chart:
In a sock or stocking, carry out the measurement that the child will usually wear with the new footwear everyday. Only perform the measurement on a naked leg if the footwear you are going to buy will be barefoot anyway by the child.
Place your child on a sheet of paper and ask for it to lie on its entire weight. Draw the child’s leg around and measure the longest distance between the sole and the toe. It is advisable to measure both legs individually, as there may be deviations between the two feet and always consider the larger size.
The resulting “inner tassel length” should be added to this number by 5-9 mm to get the “ideal internal size” of the shoe. In the size chart, choose the appropriate size from the ideal internal size.
If the child is slim, with a narrow leg, 5-7 mm, and if the child is stronger, wedged, with a high leg, then 7-9 mm should be added. If the number so obtained is between two sizes, the larger size must be selected.