Shoe Size Chart
How to Measure Your Child's Feet:
Have your child stand on a piece of paper. Mark the longest points of the foot, from the longest toe to the back of the heel. Measure this distance in centimeters to get the length.
Allow .5 - 1 cm extra when selecting shoe size, more if the child will wear socks with the shoes. Your child's toes will thank you!
If your child's foot falls in between sizes, round up. The extra room won't be there for long.
Children's feet grow quickly. Measure at least every 2 months during the first year, and every 3 months from 1–6 years old. You never can tell when your child will have a growth spurt!