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SIZE ADVISOR

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SIZE ADVISOR

Rieker Shop Widerrufsrecht

SIZE ADVISOR

HOW TO DETERMINE MY SHOE SIZE?

Knowing your own shoe size is very important, especially when buying shoes online, where you can not try on the shoes beforehand. Because if the shoe is too big, the foot does not find enough support and can even slip out with the heel in some shoe shapes. On the other hand, if the shoe is too small, it presses on the foot and causes pain. Therefore, we present below two simple methods that help determine your own shoe size.

METHOD 1

SHOE SIZE WITH TEMPLATE

Simply print the size advisor and follow the instructions.

or directly on the image.

METHOD 2

FEET MEASURE

Even without a template, measuring the feet is quite simple. All you need is an A4 sheet of paper, a pencil and a ruler or tape measure. Since feet are not completely identical, we recommend measuring both in the described way and taking the value of the larger foot.

STEP 1:

Place the sheet of paper with the short side against a wall. The floor should be as flat as possible. Stand with one foot on the sheet of paper so that the heel touches the wall - keep socks on.

STEP 2:

Hold the pencil at a 90° angle to the longest front part of the foot and mark it.

STEP 3:

The distance between the mark and the short side of the paper is the length of the foot. Measure this using a ruler or tape measure.

STEP 4:

The shoe size can now be read from the table.
IMPORTANT: A tolerance of up to 0.5 cm should be added to the measured value, especially for thick-lined shoes.

*Measured foot length + up to 0.5 cm for thick lined shoes.

HOW TO DETERMINE MY SHOE SIZE?

Knowing your own shoe size is very important, especially when buying shoes online, where you can not try on the shoes beforehand. Because if the shoe is too big, the foot does not find enough support and can even slip out with the heel in some shoe shapes. On the other hand, if the shoe is too small, it presses on the foot and causes pain. Therefore, we present below two simple methods that help determine your own shoe size.

METHOD 1

SHOE SIZE WITH TEMPLATE

Simply print the size advisor and follow the instructions.

or directly on the image.

METHOD 2

FEET MEASURE

Even without a template, measuring the feet is quite simple. All you need is an A4 sheet of paper, a pencil and a ruler or tape measure. Since feet are not completely identical, we recommend measuring both in the described way and taking the value of the larger foot.

STEP 1:

Place the sheet of paper with the short side against a wall. The floor should be as flat as possible. Stand with one foot on the sheet of paper so that the heel touches the wall - keep socks on.

STEP 2:

Hold the pencil at a 90° angle to the longest front part of the foot and mark it.

STEP 3:

The distance between the mark and the short side of the paper is the length of the foot. Measure this using a ruler or tape measure.

STEP 4:

The shoe size can now be read from the table.
IMPORTANT: A tolerance of up to 0.5 cm should be added to the measured value, especially for thick-lined shoes.

*Measured foot length + up to 0.5 cm for thick lined shoes.

HOW TO DETERMINE MY SHOE SIZE?

Knowing your own shoe size is very important, especially when buying shoes online, where you can not try on the shoes beforehand. Because if the shoe is too big, the foot does not find enough support and can even slip out with the heel in some shoe shapes. On the other hand, if the shoe is too small, it presses on the foot and causes pain. Therefore, we present below two simple methods that help determine your own shoe size.

METHOD 1

SHOE SIZE WITH TEMPLATE

Simply print the size advisor and follow the instructions.

or directly on the image.

METHOD 2

FEET MEASURE

Even without a template, measuring the feet is quite simple. All you need is an A4 sheet of paper, a pencil and a ruler or tape measure. Since feet are not completely identical, we recommend measuring both in the described way and taking the value of the larger foot.

STEP 1:

Place the sheet of paper with the short side against a wall. The floor should be as flat as possible. Stand with one foot on the sheet of paper so that the heel touches the wall - keep socks on.

STEP 2:

Hold the pencil at a 90° angle to the longest front part of the foot and mark it.

STEP 3:

The distance between the mark and the short side of the paper is the length of the foot. Measure this using a ruler or tape measure.

STEP 4:

The shoe size can now be read from the table.
IMPORTANT: A tolerance of up to 0.5 cm should be added to the measured value, especially for thick-lined shoes.

*Measured foot length + up to 0.5 cm for thick lined shoes.

HOW TO DETERMINE
MY SHOE SIZE?

Knowing your own shoe size is very important, especially when buying shoes online, where you can not try on the shoes beforehand. Because if the shoe is too big, the foot does not find enough support and can even slip out with the heel in some shoe shapes. On the other hand, if the shoe is too small, it presses on the foot and causes pain. Therefore, we present below two simple methods that help determine your own shoe size.

METHOD 1

THE TEMPLATE

Simply print the size advisor and follow the instructions.

or directly on the image.

METHOD 2

FEET MEASURE

Even without a template, measuring the feet is quite simple. All you need is an A4 sheet of paper, a pencil and a ruler or tape measure. Since feet are not completely identical, we recommend measuring both in the described way and taking the value of the larger foot.

STEP 1:

Place the sheet of paper with the short side against a wall. The floor should be as flat as possible. Stand with one foot on the sheet of paper so that the heel touches the wall - keep socks on.

STEP 2:

Hold the pencil at a 90° angle to the longest front part of the foot and mark it.

STEP 3:

The distance between the mark and the short side of the paper is the length of the foot. Measure this using a ruler or tape measure.

STEP 4:

The shoe size can now be read from the table.
IMPORTANT: A tolerance of up to 0.5 cm should be added to the measured value, especially for thick-lined shoes.

*Measured foot length + up to 0.5 cm for thick lined shoes.

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