Pedors Detailed Sizing Guide
Step 1. Stand (Or Sit)
Ideally the person being measured should be in a standing position, but seated is OK.
Place their stockinged feet on a piece of paper. (For bandaged or compression wrapped feet, trace the foot with the bandages/wraps on).
Step 2. Trace
Trace around the feet, making sure to keep the pen vertical so the tracing is as accurate as possible.
Step 3. Measure
From the tracings measure the longer of the two feet and make a note of it.
Then measure the wider of the two feet (at the ball of the foot where it is widest) and make a note of that too.
Additional Measurement: Girth
If you would like to make sure the girth of the foot is going to be accommodated also, measure as below and make a note of it (if your feet are not extremely swollen, you can skip this step).
If possible measure the feet when the swelling is greatest which is usually late afternoon or early evening. With a flexible tape measure around the arch of the foot. If you don't have a flexible tape, use a piece of string or similar and then measure that.
Finding Your Size
Find your foot length in inches and look across to see what size that corresponds to. The first column is for women's sizes and the second column for men's sizes.
Got it? Good, we are half way there!
Finding Your Width
That's it! You now know the right size and width to order.
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Double Checking The Girth (Optional) (best viewed on a desktop computer)
Find your size on the left hand side of the chart and then find the range that would best suit your girth. If your foot is quite swollen, you may find that the suggested width here is wider than when you followed the above instructions.
When ordering, if you are in any doubt, always go with a wider width, rather than a more narrow one.
Below is a complete chart of all of our measurements for sizes, widths and girth ranges combined into one big table.