Mystery of kids shoes sizing

Date Posted:1 June 2017 

Kids grow up so fast. They shoot up into the air and their limbs expand at an unbelievable pace. This makes it difficult to keep them clothed for more than a few months and many parents struggle to find the right sizes for their children. This is even more difficult when it comes to shoes. But it doesn’t have to be. With a few steps from SKEANIE, an Australian online kids shoe shop, you can fit their feet without stress.
 
The first step is to understand how the shoes are sized. Most stores will offer infants shoes in sizes small, medium, large and extra-large. However, they do also offer European sizing for older kids, ranging from 20 to 35. Typically, an infant medium is a 20 or 21, an infant large is 22 or 23 and an extra-large in a 24 or 25. Beyond that are larger sizes for older children.
 
Measuring your child’s foot is easy with SKEANIE’s Shoe Sizing Chart. The best time to measure your child’s feet is towards the end of the day, when their feet are at their largest. Start by printing out the chart and placing it on a smooth, flat floor. Ensure your child’s foot is relaxed before measuring and place their heel on the baseline. Measure one foot to the top of the longest toe. If the longest toe is over the line of a size, get the next size up. This chart can also be used for most shoe companies who offer European sizing.
 
Don’t worry about choosing a shoe for your child. Measure them at home so you can buy the right size every time. To see SKEANIE’s range of shoes, or for more information about show sizing, visit SKEANIE online or call their head office on (02) 48712999 within Australia.


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