Shoe Sizing Guide

Measure Your Shoe Size

In order to help you get an accurate fit we've provided a printable chart based on the famous Brannock device. In several easy steps you can know your exact size. Most of the orthopedic shoes that we carry base their sizing off of the Brannock devices.

  1. Please choose the type of chart that you would like to see by either clicking on the "male" or "female" link below.
  2. Afterwards, you will begin downloading a PDF file which you can print out. If you don't have Adobe's free PDF browser, Acrobat, you will need to download that first.
  3. The printing instructions are located in the PDF document. After you have viewed and printed the PDF file, simply close that window to return to The Orthotic Shop.


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*all Crocs Rx shoes run large – and wide as well. This is so they work for people with a wide variety of foot issues, including post-op (when they’re wearing bandages), bunions, hammertoes, etc. Choose the sizes closest to your street shoe size when purchasing the Rx styles. If you are a half size, you would typically go down in size (unless, of course, you want their shoes very roomy). Putting the heel strap down will make the shoe fit more snugly, and wearing the shoes with the heel strap up will give the shoe a looser fit.

You can use an ordinary ruler to measure your foot in inches. Make sure you are standing,wearing the socks or stockings you will wear with your new shoes. Then convert the measurement to your shoe size using the following chart:

Men's Size Equivalents:
Women's Size Equivalents:

Size: Inches:
Size: Inches:
6 9 1/4"
4 8 3/16"
6.5 9 7/16"
4.5 8 3/8"
7 9 5/8"
5 8 1/2"
7.5 9 3/4"
5.5 8 3/4"
8 9 7/16"
6 8 7/8"
8.5 10 1/8"
6.5 9 1/16"
9 10 1/4"
7 9 1/4"
9.5 10 7/16"
7.5 9 3/8"
10 10 9/16"
8 9 1/2"
10.5 10 3/4"
8.5 9 11/16"
11 10 15/16"
9 9 7/8"
11.5 11 1/8"
9.5 10"
12 11 1/4"
10 10 3/16"
13 11 9/16"
10.5 10 5/16"
14 11 7/8"
11 10 1/2"
15 12 3/16"
11.5 10 11/16"
16 12 1/2"
12 10 7/8"


Because the foot is three-dimensional, any two-dimensional measuring tool,
such as a ruler or Brannock device, can only approximate your true shoe size.

Note about the Bite shoes - They tend to run bigger, if ordering a whole-size only shoe and you are a half size, you should go down. (e.g., if you are an 8.5, order an 8.)

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