With these size charts you can convert babies’, toddlers’ and kids’ shoe sizes between the US, UK and European size systems. These charts apply for both boys and girls.
Find some tips on how to measure kids’ feet at the bottom of the page.
Size chart for baby shoes (0-12 months) – US, UK and Europe
Size chart for toddler’s shoes (1-5 years) – US, UK, Europe and Japan
Size chart for kids’ shoes (6-10 years) – US, UK, Europe and Japan
How to measure children’s feet
Place a piece of paper on a flat surface and tape it to the ground to keep it from moving. Have your child stand with one foot on the paper, making sure they are standing straight and evenly distributing their weight.
Use a pencil to trace the outline of their foot. Make sure the pencil is held straight up and down, not at an angle. Repeat the process with the other foot.
Use a ruler or measuring tape to measure the length from the heel to the longest toe on each foot. Make sure to measure from the same points on each foot.
Use the larger foot’s measurement to choose the appropriate shoe size. It is recommended to add a half-inch or 1 centimeter to the measurement to account for growth and comfort.
Find the correct fit
Make sure the shoe fits snugly around the heel and ankle, and that the child’s foot does not slide around. The shoe should also not be too tight around the toes or the top of the foot.
Make sure the shoe is not too narrow or too wide. Shoes that are too narrow can cause blisters and discomfort, while shoes that are too wide can slip off and cause tripping.
Have your child try on the shoes and walk around in them to make sure they are comfortable and fit well. Check for any areas that may rub or cause discomfort.
It is important to measure a child’s feet regularly as their feet can grow quickly.