|230mm||A||84mm -- --||94mm -- --|
|240mm||B||84mm -- --||94mm -- --|
|250mm||C||87mm -- --||97mm -- --|
|260mm||D||89mm -- --||99mm -- --|
|270mm||E||94mm -- --||104mm -- --|
|280mm||F||97mm -- --||107mm -- --|
|290mm||G||99mm -- --||109mm -- --|
|300mm||H||102mm -- --||112mm -- --|
|310mm||I||104mm -- --||114mm -- --|
|320mm||J||107mm -- --||117mm -- --|
|Please note: documents are designed to be printed on A4 paper.|
Q. Why has Fight Club made a custom measuring system?
A. There are two main reasons.
i. We stock our shoes from all over the world and they don't come as a standard or compatible size that can be trusted.
ii. Some styles may look bigger to the untrained eye, however, pointy toes, flat heels, and even internal stitching can make the shoe smaller than modern shoes made to the same measurements.
Q. How do I find the shoes that are my size?
A. You can either look at the name of the shoe where we will have included a brief code with the size in it. If you see a shoe type with the size (Size EN) it will translate to size length "E" in a narrow width. Alternatively you can browse through the size category, which are sorted first by width and then by length.
Q. Can I just guess my size based on my modern shoes?
A. Of course you can. However if you want to get the best fit and to avoid paying for unnecessary postage then we would strongly urge you to follow the method and work it out properly.
Old fashioned shoe size guide copied from Wikipedia. It is here as a reference only, we do not recommend estimating your size from this guide.