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What Size am I?

We want to do everything we can to make certain you get the right size when you order shoes from Barefoot Tess. So, we have several things you can do to make sure the sizes are right.

  1. Please read our "Fit Tip" when it appears by a shoe.
  2. You can always email us, and ask for the exact measurements of the inside of any shoe.
  3. All of the product pages have insole or outsole measurements, depending on the style of shoe. Please call 410-337-7722 or email customer@barefoottess.com with any specific sizing questions, we are happy to help.

European and American Sizes

We want to do everything we can to make certain you get the right size when you order shoes from Barefoot Tess. So, we have several things you can do to make sure the sizes are right.

Eur 46 = US 15
Eur 45 = US 14
Eur 44 = US 13
Eur 43 = US 12
Eur 42 = US 11
Eur 41 = US 10
Eur 40 = US 9
Eur 39 = US 8
Eur 38 = US 7
Eur 37 = US 6
Eur 36 = US 5

When we feel a specific shoe does not fit according to this sizing, we will make recommendations for size adjustment.

Please read all "Fit Tips' to ensure you get the best fit.

Havainas Size Chart

Chart shows sizes as marked on the havaianas.

Customer feedback shows Havaianas run a bit large.

Brazil

USA (Wom)

35/36 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5
37/38 6, 6.5, 7, 7.5
39/40 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5
41/42 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5
43/44 12, 12.5, 13, 13.5
45/46 14, 14.5, 15
47/48 +15

 

Ordering the Right Size

  • Have your feet measured regularly. Your shoe size may change over time.
  • Shoe sizes vary by style—they run long, short, wide or narrow. Look for this information in the fit tips on any product page (i.e., 'Runs narrow; order 1/2 size up.').
  • The letters next to the sizes refer to the width of the foot, not the size of the calf.
  • If one foot is larger than the other, fit the larger foot.

Fit Tips

  • To ease on a new boot, try placing a plastic bag over your sock for easier entry. Once the boot is on, tear away the bag.
  • Boots should fit snugly at the instep in order to hold the foot in place. If the instep is too loose, the boot may slip excessively in the heel; pad the shoe with a thin insole or try a narrower width for a better fit.
  • If your new boots fit well but still slip at the heels, flex the soles at the balls of the feet and massage the back of the heel counter to round the boots' shape for a better fit.
  • If only one boot seems loose, one foot may be larger than the other. A thin insole in the loose boot will solve the problem.

Sock Suggestions

  • Socks may increase your shoe size. For the best fit, try boots on with the socks you'll be wearing most of the time.
  • Choose socks that wick moisture away, such as those made of wool, polyester or fabrics containing CoolMax® or Thermolite®.

If you have additional questions, please contact us at 410-337-7722.