Sizing Guide

Our shoes are based on typical UK sizes and standard SA sizing. In our experience, we have found that our shoes run true to size for the most part. Should you have any issues/queries, please refer to our “measure your foot” guide or please contact us for assistance. It is worth considering that our leathers do “give” in areas of pressure and this does allow some flexibility in sizing. Should you be between sizes then please select the smaller of the two.

**Please note that this is a sizing guide and from time to time, dependent upon the style, your size may vary. However, we do have an exchange policy in place – please see our Store Policies for the T’s and C’s thereof.

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Measuring your shoe size

Follow these simple steps to find out what size your shoe is:

  1. Tape a blank piece of paper to the floor so thatit doesn’t move around.
  2. Sit or stand with your FOOT on the paper and lean slightly forward so that your shin bone overlooks your ankle.
  3. Trace (or ask someone to do it for you) your foot on the paper. Make sure you draw very closelyto your foot so as not to include the pencil trace as part of the measurement.
  4. Measure the length of your foot from the back of your heel “A” to the longest point in the area of your toes “B” (it might not be your big toe).
  5. If you do this with both feet and one is slightly bigger, choose the larger measurement.