Size guide for children's shoes
We recommend that you measure your feet before you throw yourself into the design of your new unique children's shoes.
See our guide on how to measure your feet.
When choosing children's shoes, always keep in mind that children must have room to grow and move. So you should always buy children's shoes with an groowing room depending on the age of your child and the type of shoe.
In our 'Shoe Builder' you enter the measurement of your child's feet and then it automatic calculates the correct size and the growing room. You can always adjust to make sure that your new shoes are absolutely perfect.
It is different which growing room we recommend. When buying shoes for the smallest feet we recommend between 8 and 12 mm. As your child grow a bit older we usually recommend 10 to 15 mm.
The first 5 mm provides space for the foot to slide forward in the shoe, while the rest is real space to grow. In each style you will find our recommended growing room.
Children's feet grows very quickly. It is therefore necessary to check and measure the child's feet regularly. in the first two years it is normal that the feet grows up to 20 mm each year. At the age from 2 until 6 years 15 mm is normal and from the age of 6 to 10 it's closer to 10 mm.
When shopping our pre-made micro productions we always write the internal measurements next to the EU size.
Always remember the consider the growing room.
When you design your own sneakers in the Shoe Builder, simply write the measurement of your child's feet and we will recommend the size and show you the growing room.
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