Sizing Help

Little ones' feet deserve a fitting pair of shoes to give them the most comfort and make activities on feet much more enjoyable.

Before purchase:

It is important that you check your child's foot size, both length and width. 

Here is an easy way to measure:

  1. Find a ruler, a pen and a piece of paper.

  2. Tape the paper to the ground and place your child's foot on it.

  3. Draw a line behind the heel and another line in front of the longest toe.

  4. The distance between the lines indicates the length.

  5. Place the ruler under the widest part of the sole of the foot (usually below the toes and around the ball of the foot) and measure from left to right.
  6. This indicates the width.
  7. Measure both feet and take the larger one's measurement into consideration.
  8. If your child's feet are on the chubby side, order 1 size up. 

It is recommended that your child's foot length is at least a pinky (roughly 1cm) less than the insole length to allow for movement, and foot width not longer than insole width.

Once you have measured your child's feet, enter the measurement into the size assistant below or refer to the following sizing tables to determine which size fits best.

Because little feet grow quickly, it is a good idea to check every month to make sure the shoes still fit.

Baby Collection

 

US

EU

Insole length (cm)

Insole width (cm)

(widest part)

2

19

11.65

5.3-5.4

3

20

12.5

5.5-5.6

4

21

13.35

5.7-5.8

5

22

14.2

5.9-6.0


Kids Collection

 

Size

Insole length (cm)

Insole width (cm)

(widest part)

6

14.3

5.9-6.0

7

15.2

6.1-6.2

7.5

15.6

6.2-6.3

8

16.0

6.3-6.4

8.5

16.4

6.4-6.5

9

16.9

6.6-6.7

10

17.7

6.9-7.0

11

18.6

7.0-7.1

12

19.4

7.3-7.4

13

20.3

7.6-7.7

13.5

20.7

7.8-7.9

1.5

21.5

8.1-8.2

2

22.0

8.3-8.4

  

*In general, our sandals have a more loose fitting compared to covered shoes, while their insole widths may be the same. If you are in doubt, feel free to check with us first before purchase. 

After purchase:

We suggest that you let your child try on the shoes right away!

When standing, there should be just enough room to squeeze your pinky between the child's heel and the end of the shoe; and at least a full pinky-width between the tip of your child's longest toe and the front of the shoe.

If the little toe is pressed against the side of the shoes (visible bump from outside), that means the shoes width is too small for your child's feet. 

Depending on the design and your child's instep, some shoes may be a little tight even when the length and width fit.

If you have any further questions about sizing, feel free to drop us an email at contact@twolittlefeet.sg, or chat with us on our website, Facebook or Instagram. We are always happy to help!