Women's Shoes

Find your size in the chart below. If you do not know your size, use the How To Measure Foot Length prompts at the bottom of the size guide to help you find the right size.

*The JP Size "JP" values, and Size "CM" values on shoeboxes and labels, differ from "Foot Length (cm)".

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Please note that JP in the below size chart is the shoe sizes displayed on the product page for purchase. JP follows the CM sizing standard which is why you will see the JP size displayed as "CM" on the boxes and labels of shoes. JP/CM sizing is not equivalent numerically to the "Foot Length" measurement. The "Foot Length" measurement in the size chart is to be used to help guide you to the right JP size to order if you do not know your JP size.

Size Chart
US - Women's3.544.555.566.577.588.599.51010.51111.51212.51313.51414.51515.51616.51717.51818.51919.52020.52121.52222.5
US - Men's22.533.544.555.566.577.588.599.51010.51111.51212.51313.51414.51515.51616.51717.51818.51919.52020.521
CM / JP212121.52222.52323.52424.52525.52626.52727.52828.52929.53030.53131.53232.53333.53434.53535.53636.53737.53838.53939.5
Foot Length (in)8 3/168 5/168 1/28 11/168 13/1699 3/169 5/169 1/29 11/169 13/161010 3/1610 5/1610 1/210 11/1610 13/161111 3/1611 5/1611 1/211 11/1611 13/161212 3/1612 5/1612 1/212 11/16

How To Measure Foot Length

  1. Tape a piece of paper to a hard flat surface, ensuring the paper doesn’t slip.
  2. Stand on the paper, feet shoulder width apart and weight evenly balanced (only one foot will be on the paper).
  3. With a pen or pencil pointed straight down, have a friend or partner assist you by marking the tip of the big toe and the outermost part of the heel.
  4. Once the marks are recorded, step off the paper and use a ruler or measuring tape to measure the distance between the two points. This measurement represents the length of the foot.
  5. Repeat the process with the other foot. Please note that it is common for one foot to be slightly different length than the other.
  6. Apply the longer of the two measurements to our size chart to find the right correlating size for the recorded foot length. If the measurement is between sizes, we recommend sizing up.