In most cases, most people should order their regular shoe size. If you are uncertain you can follow the steps below to determine the best size to order. Please remember, we offer FREE Shipping + FREE Return Shipping + FREE Exchange Shipping so you are guaranteed a perfect fit.
The following instructions are for Pedors and Genext shoes. For all other brands, simply order your regular shoe size.
How do I know what size to order?
The best way to size your feet for a pair of Pedors is to take a tracing of both your left and right feet on two separate pieces of paper and mark each tracing either left or right accordingly. Then take a ruler and draw a line measuring the longest measurement from toe to heel and do the same for the widest width across the forefoot. Then measure the length and width in millimeters. Make the measurement as exact as you can.
What is the best way to trace my feet?
The easiest way to do this is to ask someone to trace your feet on a piece of paper with a pencil or a marker while you are in a seated position with your knee bent at 90 degrees to the floor and your ankle and foot in a neutral position. This is the best method to ensure and accurate tracing.
OK I have my exact measurements for both of my feet now what?
See the sizing chart below and work out what size and width each foot is.
Left foot measures 238 mm long and 99 mm wide = Women’s 8 XW
Right foot measures 246 mm long and 92 mm wide = Women’s 9M
If you are still not sure or want to ask some advice call 800 750 6729 and our trained customer service professionals can assist.
My feet are almost the same size, so should I just order a pair like I normally would?
Yes. Hardly anyone has exactly the same sized feet, but if you have two feet approximately the same size then ordering a pair of shoes in the same size will work for both feet. So if your feet are only a ½ size difference and approximately the same width, then the adjustable fit should mean that a normal pair will work for you. Order the size that corresponds to your larger foot.
My feet are not the same size. What size should I order?
If you have two quite differently sized feet “miss mates” or a “split size” pairs of shoes are available.
So, if your feet differ in size by a full size or more or are more than one width different, you should order two single shoes to ensure a good fit and reduce the risk of trauma or a fall caused by ill-fitting shoes.
What if my sizes are wrong when I get my shoes?
No worries. We will exchange shoes as many times as it takes until we get it right. We’ll even pay for the shipping too!! All we ask is that you take extra care tell us the correct sizes for left and right feet – this is the most common cause for a missed sizing.
How much do two different size shoes cost?
Unfortunately we can’t offer single shoes at half price, but we’ll meet you half way. Single shoes cost 75% of the cost of a pair. Choose two single shoes and pay 1.5 times the cost of a pair of shoes.
This sizing chart should be used as a guide- we highly recommend you visit your local pedorthist or qualified Pedors retailer to be fitted for a shoe.
If you find that a shoe ordered online does not fit, Pedors.com offers free returns and exchanges on all our items.
Step 1. Find Your Length, note the size (be careful to make sure if you are reading the men's or women's column.
Step 2. Choose the width that is the next size UP from your measurement.
Measuring In Millimeters for greater accuracy. The inch measurement table is below this one.
For Example: If you measured of a length of 213mm and a width of 90mm, then you would choose a women's size 5 and an XWide width as shown by the highlighted areas below.
|Women's Size||Length (mm)||Medium (B/C)||Wide (D/E)||XWide (2E/3E)||XXWide (4E)||XXXWide (6E)|
|Women's Size||Length (inches)||Medium (B/C)||Wide (D/E)||XWide (2E/3E)||XXWide (4E)||XXXWide (6E)|