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Kids' Sizing Charts


Kids' Printable Foot-Fitting Chart

Steps to find the best size & width for your child's foot:
  1. Click on the Foot-Fitting Chart icon to the right and follow the important printing instructions below.

    If you have not already installed Adobe® Reader® software, click on the Get Adobe® Reader® icon to the right.

  2. Place the Kids' Foot-Fitting Chart on a smooth uncarpeted surface with the "Heel Line" against a wall.

  3. Have child stand placing their feet on the "Heel Lines". Make sure they are distributing full weight equally on both feet.

  4. Be sure to measure both feet to the longest toe and select the size based on the largest foot.

  5. To determine the foot width, you want to measure the widest part of the child's foot, which is the ball of the foot.

  6. See which of the width lines that it falls into (Medium, Wide, X-Wide).

kids sizing chart

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Important Printing Instructions

Windows Instructions: Click on your printer icon. Make sure that "Page Scaling" is set to "None" and that the "Auto-Rotate" and "Center" boxes are checked.

Mac Instructions: In Set-Up, make sure "Scale" is set to "100%" and "Scale To Fit" is not checked. "Page Orientation" should be set to "Portrait".

Note: Before using, please verify the page has printed to scale by measuring either of the two horizontal WHITE LINES that run underneath each foot. Each white line should measure approximately 1.75 inches.



Kids' Size Chart

AgeApprox. Size
Crib1 - 3 mo.0 - 1
3 - 6 mo.1½ - 2½
6 - 9 mo.3 - 3½
Infant1 yr.4 - 5½
1½ yrs.6 - 7
2 - 3 yrs.7½ - 8½
3 - 4 yrs.9 - 10
Pre-School4 - 5 yrs.10½ - 11½
5 - 6 yrs.12 - 13
7 - 8 yrs.13½ - 1½
8 - 9 yrs.2 - 3
Grade SchoolBoys 10 - 12 yrs.3½ - 6
Girls 10 - 12 yrs.4½ - 7


Kids' Width Chart
NMWX-Wide
NarrowStandardWideX-Wide



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