Sizing

Shoe Size, Width & Girth Size Guide For Pedors Shoes

On this page you will find the information needed to correctly measure and size your feet for Pedors shoes.  With this information you will be better placed to make an informed decision on which shoes are right for you.

You will find your size and width (as well as girth if desired) and then choose suitable shoes based on your measurements.

If you already know your size & width, or want to find out which shoes are suitable for swollen feet / edema / lymphedema you can jump to shoe recommendations here.

Follow the steps below to find your size, width and girth of your feet.

For bandaged or compression wrapped feet trace the foot with the wrap or bandage on the foot. This is the measurement to use to determine the best size to order.

Click on each tab below (A thru D) and follow the instructions.

 

Find Shoes Suitable For You

With your size (and more importantly) width measurements now figured out you can see which shoes are suitable for your size of foot.

If your feet swell over the course of the day or if you have edema or even lymphedema, then measuring the girth of your foot can help ensure you chose the correct width of shoe to accommodate the swollen foot. Be sure to take your foot girth measurement (step D above) at the time of day when the swelling is at it's greatest which usually late afternoon or early evening.

One important note, do not be tempted to order a larger size length wise in order to get more girth inside the shoe. The bones in your foot have not increased in length but rather the swelling in your feet have increased the girth. So the adjustment is to be made by using a wider width with increased girth. A shoe that is too long for the foot increases the risk of tripping and falls.

 

Medium (B/C) Width
For the foot that has been a medium width in the past and has no swelling but has a forefoot deformity like a bunion or a hammertoe.  (Click on styles to view.  Clogs, Mary Janes and Classics are available in more than one color).
Pedors Clog     Pedors Mary Jane     Pedors Classic
 
Wide (D/E) Width
For the foot that has been a medium width in the past but now has some swelling. This width is also is for the foot that has been a wide width in the past but has no swelling but has a forefoot deformity line a bunion or a hammertoe. (Click on styles to view.  Mary Janes and Classics are available in more than one color).

Pedors Mary Jane     Pedors Classic    Pedors Stretch Walker

Extra-Wide (2E/3E) Width
For the foot that has been a medium width in the past but now has some severe swelling, or a wide width in the past with moderate swelling. This shoe is usually wide enough for most feet with edema but generally not wide enough for lymphedema unless the foot originally was just a narrow or medium width. (Click on styles to view.  Mary Janes and Classics are available in more than one color).

Pedors Mary Jane     Pedors Classic    Pedors Stretch Walker    Pedors Classic Max
 
Extra-Extra-Wide (4E/5E) Width
For the foot that has severe swelling or has some bandaging. This width is often used in a post operative situation as a recovery or transitional heeling shoe. Not usually recommended for lymphedema unless the foot used to be a medium width foot.
Pedors High Top     Pedors Stretch Walker     Pedors Classic Max
Extra-Extra-Extra-Wide (6E/7E) Width
This width has been designed for patients with lymphedema.  The double velcro strap allows the shoe to open up so the foot can be placed inside the shoe. If compression hosiery or bandages is being worn, take the  waist girth measurement with the compression hosiery or bandages on the foot.
Pedors Classic Max
Sometimes despite all the best effort in determining the best size the first time around, it takes a couple of times to get it right. It's important to be patient with sizing and if it means returning for an exchange we are prepared to provide that extra service - free of charge- to get it right.