Paul Parkman Sizing Chart
Size matters! So let's get this right for you.
- While seated, place your foot on a piece of paper in front of you.
- With a pencil, trace around your foot. Hold the pencil as straight up-and-down as possible whilst measuring; be sure that your pencil remains in constant contact with your foot during this process.
- With a ruler, measure your drawn foot length. Please take the measurement from the tip of your LONGEST toe to the back of your heel.
- Use this measurement to determine your shoe size on our chart.
- If you would like to buy half sizes, please contact us for a custom order.
- For sizes greater than UK 12.5 (US 13) please contact us, as we can produce sizes up to UK 14.5 (US 15) if required.
Shoe Size Conversion Chart
- Take your measurements at the end of the day when your feet are at their largest.
- Wear the socks you'll wear with your new shoes when you measure.
- Measure both feet and fit your shoes to the larger foot.
- If you are doing the measurement by yourself, you will get more accurate results if you sit in a chair when measuring.
- If you have someone helping you take your measurements, standing is the best choice.
- You may take measurements in inches or centimeters.
- The size of a shoe may depend on many factors, such as the width and shape of your feet or the style of the shoes. Dimensions mentioned on this page are intended to give an educated guess only. Be aware that, even though your measurements may be correct, your shoe size could still be different.
- Please measure your waist circumference.
- Use that measurement to determine your belt size from the chart.
- Belts are sized from the tip of the buckle to the middle hole.