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Birkenstock - How to find the perfect size?

What Size Birkenstock Do You Need?

How to measure your foot length?

  • Measure the length of your foot by standing on a flat surface with your full weight on your foot, then measure the distance from the back of your heel to the tip of your longest toe.
  • Add 10mm to your foot length to allow your foot room to move. This will give you the footbed length you need to find your size
  • Measure the width of your foot across the broadest point. Compare your foot width measurement to the footbed width in your size to see if you will need a narrow or regular width.

You can also use our template:
Download the foot measurement template

Birkenstock products are offered in European sizes. Please reference our Size and Width conversion charts below.

Adult Sizes

Footbed Length  Regular Width Narrow Width
35 (Adult) 225mm 89mm 85mm
36 (Adult) 230mm 91mm 87mm
37 (Adult) 240mm 93mm 89mm
38 (Adult) 245mm 95mm 91mm
39 (Adult) 250mm 97mm 93mm
40 (Adult) 260mm 99mm 95mm
41 (Adult) 265mm 101mm 97mm
42 (Adult) 270mm 103mm 99mm
43 (Adult) 280mm 105mm 101mm
44 (Adult) 285mm 107mm 103mm
45 (Adult) 290mm 109mm 105mm
46 (Adult) 300mm 113mm 107mm
47 (Adult) 305mm 115mm 109mm
48 (Adult) 310mm 117mm 111mm
49 (Adult) 315mm 119mm 113mm
50 (Adult) 325mm 121mm 115mm

 

Kids Sizes

Footbed Length
 Regular Width
Narrow width
 24 (Kids)
150mm
67mm
63mm
 25 (Kids)
160mm
69mm
65mm
 26 (Kids)
165mm
71mm
67mm
 27 (Kids)
170mm
73mm
69mm
28 (Kids)
180mm
75mm
71mm
29 (Kids)
185mm
77mm
73mm
30 (Kids)
190mm
79mm
75mm
31 (Kids)
200mm
81mm
77mm
32 (Kids)
205mm
83mm
79mm
33 (Kids)
210mm
85mm
81mm
34 (Kids)
220mm
87mm
83mm

 

ADJUSTING Tips

Before trying them on, put one hand under the toe and one under the heel, then flex the footbed a few times. This will initiate the break in period and will your help your new sandals feel comfy sooner. Open all straps and step into the footbed. Close the straps comfortably, leaving enough space to allow your feet the freedom of movement. Exhale and enjoy.

 

 

WEARING Tips

For the first five or six times you wear your new footwear, limit the time to just a few hours. This allows your feet and body to gradually get used to the contoured arch support as well as the straps and buckles

 

 

 

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