Baby feet usually grow: - 20 mm per year up to two years of age, - 15 mm per year between two and three years of age - 10 mm per year up to eleven years
HOW SHOULD I MEASURE THE CHILD'S FOOT?
A good way to get the correct foot measure is to place a paper on the floor and push it against a wall. Place the child's foot on the paper with the heel against the wall and body weight on the foot. Mark a line in front of the longest toe and then measure the length.
WHAT SIZE SHOULD I CHOOSE?
Based on the length of the foot, add about 15 mm (for growing and walking space) Then you will find out how long shoe should be inside (inner dimensions).
Read the correct size in the table below.
Remember to make sure that the shoe is comfortable on the foot, as height and width also affect
|Shoesize||Shoe inner dimension (cm)|