When trying on or shopping for your next pair of kicks, boots, slippers of Uggs, it’s always best to reference a European shoe size chart so you can get that perfect fit. Luckily for you, we have compiled the below charts for kids, women’s, and men’s shoe sizes!
We also went one step further and included conversions for the UK, US, AUS, IND, and NZ plus both measurements in CM and Inches.
European Shoe Size Chart + Conversions For Kids, Women’s & Men’s Sizes
🧒🏼 Kids European Shoe Size Chart + Conversions
The above chart illustrates the EU girl’s and boy’s European shoe size chart sizes from the age of 3 to young adults. You will find the EU shoe sizes on the left-hand side with corresponding sizes in UK, US, and AUS sizes.
If converting to Indian sizes, please keep note that UK and Indian shoe sizes are exactly the same!
👩💼 Women’s European Shoe Size Chart + Conversions
Above is a women’s European shoe size chart from EU sizes to other standards such as UK, US, and AUS. You can also see measurements in inches and centimeters for more accurate fitting. If converting to NZ sizes, please refer to the AUS column.
As for the average women’s shoe size in Europe, it is commonly 40-41. Also if you are converting a ladies US 9, this will convert to a size EU 39-40.
👱♂️ Men’s European Shoe Size Chart + Conversions
When comparing EU shoe sizes to the US, it is a good rule of thumb to pick the larger size of the EU conversion. This is mainly because the EU shoe sizes only differ very slightly as their sizes go up.
As for conversions, a size EU 41 will convert to a US men’s size 8. And a size 45 EU mens will translate into a size 12 US and a size 11.5 in the UK.
What is shoe size EU 37 In the US?
When comparing shoe sizes, a EU women’s 37 sized shoe converts to a size 6.5 US women’s size. As for the length of a size EU 37, it is measured in at 23 centimetres or 9 inches. This is a very popular size for ladies’ shoes around the world.
How are European shoe sizes measured?
The EU shoe sizes are based on the Continental European standards which use a Paris Point which is 2/3 of a centimeter which was used when measuring a shoe last. Being a smaller increment of a centimeter, this gives the European shoe sizes a higher number of say 39 as opposed to a US 10 size.
This standard is followed by Belgium, Denmark, Austria, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy and France to name just a few.
What size is EUR 39 in the US?
A size EU 39 men’s shoe equates to a size 6 in the UK and a size 6.5 in the US. For women’s shoes, a size 39 converts to a size 6.5 in the UK and a size 8.5 in the US. Measured out, a size 39 EU men’s shoe is 24.1 CM/ 9 Inches. To see more EU conversions, you should check out my guide on EU to UK shoe conversions which goes into more detail.
Are EU and US shoe sizes the same?
When comparing the EU and US shoe sizes, they are very different. The EU standard was traditionally measured using Paris Points which are 2/3 or a CM. Compared to the US standards which follow several standards concurrently are measured in inches.
If there is anything that we have missed or if you have any questions. Please don’t hesitate to ask down below! We strive to get the best and most accurate results for our charts. Thanks for reading!
How To Measure Shoe Size
1. Measure feet in the afternoon: One great pro-tip when shopping for shoes is to measure your feet in the afternoon. This is simply put down to the fact that our feet actually swell during the day which can result in tighter shoes if we measure in the morning.
2. Wear your favourite pair of socks: Another great tip when looking for a great fitted shoe is to wear your most worn pair of socks. This will ensure that the extra thickness of the sick will give you an accurate size of that the shoe should really be.
3. Measure feet correctly: When measuring your feet, it is best to measure flat on the ground and then measure from the tip of the most protruding toe (it’s not always the big toe) and the edge of your heel. This is best done against a wall.
4. Allow for some extra wiggle room: Another pro tip is to allow for some extra wriggle room. But not too much! This will ensure your feet can breathe and will also allow for your feet to grow and have healthy circulation.