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how their sizes are meaasured so we have
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take a look at the table below:
Please rem
member, that we
w give you guuidance for chhoosing the riight size, but we are not responsible if a
different size
s is needed. You are wellcome to meassure your chilldren’s feet annd give us a caall if you havee any
doubts reggarding a sizee and model.
How to measure
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your child’s
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feet
We carry a wide range of shoe brandds to offer youu lots of choiice when shoppping for shoees for your kidds.
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size we have an easyy to use, geneeral measurem
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in inches, youu will
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about a thing - just follow
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our simplee guide and fiind your kids shoe size.
If you need any help regarding
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thee sizing for a particular shhoe and brandd or help in choosing the right
f your childd, please do not
n hesitate too contact us at
a info@tinysshoesonline.coom or by phoone on
footwear for
08127033207 (calling from within Nigeria) or +234 8127033207 (for international callers) and we will
be happy to help you with your queries.
How to measure your child’s foot:
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Step 1: Draw a straight line down the length of a piece of paper.
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Step 2: Place the paper on a hard flat surface alongside a wall. Have the child place their heel
against the wall with their longest toe and heel centred on the line. Mark the paper on the line at
the tip of longest toe.
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Step 3: Measure both feet as they may vary in size.
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Step 4: Measure the distance between the end of the paper and the toe mark in inches and use the
General Sizing Guide below to find your child's shoe size (allowances for foot growth in new
shoes have been made in the General Sizing Guide).
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Please note: For babies/smaller children it will be more practical to hold the paper up to their
foot. In this case make a mark at both heel and toe and measure between the marks for your size
reading.
Tips for measuring:
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Measure feet at the end of the day when your child’s feet are at their largest.
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Measure in the socks they will wear with their new shoes if appropriate
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Measure both feet and fit shoes to the larger foot
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It is best to measure your child’s foot while they are standing upright
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Children’s feet grow at a fast rate and shoe size should be re-evaluated at least every 2-3 months.
TINYSHOESONLINE.com SIZING CHART
BABY SIZE CHART (0 MONTHS – 2 YEARS)
USA
1 2 3 4 5 EUR
16 17 18 19 20 UK
0 1 2 3 4 INCHES 3.6 3.9 4.33 4.56 4.77 6
22
5
5.11
7
23
6
5.6
8
24
7
6.06
TODDLER SIZE CHART (3 - 5 YEARS)
USA EUR UK INCHES 9 27 8 6.38 10 28 9 6.67 11 29 10 6.98 KIDS SIZE CHART (5-13 YEARS)
USA
12 13 1 2 EUR
30 32 33 34 UK
11 12 13 1 INCHES 7.30 7.46 7.93 8.25 3 36 2 8.40 4
37
3
9.05
5
38
4
9.31
6
39
5
9.56
7
40
6
9.84
SOCKS SIZE CHART
SOCKS SIZE
FITS SHOE SIZE
XS S M
L
XL
5.65 3‐7 6 ‐ 7.5 7‐10 7.85
10‐13
8‐9.5
13‐ kids size 4
9‐11
Kids Size 4‐8 TIGHTS SIZE CHART
TIGHT SIZE
WEIGHT in LBS
XS 2‐4 25‐45 S 4‐6 45‐65 M
7‐10
65‐90
L
12‐14
90‐110
Always add extra! Slippers & Party Shoes: about 1 cm Spring/summer shoes: 1 ‐ 1.5 cm Quick Guide in Europe Sizing (please see chart above for US & UK conversations) ● 0‐6 months: size 16 ‐ 18 ● 6‐12 months: size 19 ● 12‐18 months: size 20 ● 18 ‐ 24 months: size 22 ● 2 years: size 24 • 3 years: size 27 ● 4‐6 years: size 28‐30 ● 7 years: size 32 •
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8‐9 years: size 33‐34 10‐14 years: size 36‐40 Each year, a child's foot grows ● 1 ‐ 2 years: about 20 mm ● 2 ‐ 3 years: about 15 mm ● 3 ‐ 5 years: about 10 mm 
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