How to measure baby's feet size?
How can I measure and check if First Baby Shoes are right for my baby?
It is very simple to take the correct measurement of your baby‘s foot. You will need a sheet of paper, a pencil or pen and a tape measure.
First Baby Shoes Kits are 12 cm long. This is the average shoe length for 9-15 months toddlers. Slippers have S, M and L size. Slippers length for 6 - 15 months toddlers.
|One size||10.5 cm - 12.0 cm|
|S||9.5 cm - 10.5 cm|
|M||10.6 cm - 11.8 cm|
|L||11.9 cm - 13.0 cm|
|Euro Sizes||UK Sizes||US Sizes||Inches||CM|
The best way to check your baby’s shoe size is to measure your child’s feet.
You can print out SIZE CHART from here!
Easy and quick measure sheet. You need to print out this measure sheet at 100%. After printing this measure sheet, put your baby feet on the measure sheet.
Have your child stand on a piece of paper.
Mark at the heel and the longest toe on both feet, making sure toes are flat and not curled.
Measure the distance between the marks.Remember to measure the length of both feet. If one foot is larger, fit to the larger foot. Allow no more than 1.5cm extra for growth room.
Take a tape measure and measure the circumference of your child’s foot by starting at the joint where his big toe begins, wrapping the tape measure around child‘s foot once, and ending at the joint where his little toe begins. Maximam foot circumference is 13.2cm for shoe making kit.
If you think about buying our KARO model, please check the ankle width as well. KARO model ankle width is 14 cm.
Like an adult's, babies' feet are slightly bigger at the end of the day. It is the best time to check a shoe's size. We recommend checking at least every three to four months to see if your baby's shoe size has changed.