Shoe Size Charts

Advice On Selecting The Correct Size

All our shoes are very close to standard US sizing. There is 4 millimeters between sizes. That is slightly less than 1/4 inch.

Our men's shoe runs slightly short for some men and our women's shoe runs slightly long for some women. If you wear a range of sizes you may wish to go up or down accordingly. For example: a woman who wears sizes 5 and 5.5 would order our size 5.

Customers who order the size they most often wear in dress shoes usually get the right size the first time as opposed to those who measure their feet.

In the USA, most people find that their dress shoe size is smaller than their sneaker/boot size. For example: a man wearing size 10 in sneakers and size 9 or 9.5 in dress shoes. Dress shoes provide a close fit without padding in the upper.

Women ordering the men’s Oxford Lace-up, convert your women’s size to men’s sizing before ordering by decreasing one whole size and one width. For example: if your women’s size is 8.5 medium, your men’s size would be 7.5 narrow. (Our new women's oxford style will launch in 2024!)

About Shoe Widths

Medium is the normal standard width. We also carry a narrow and wide width. There is about a 1/4 inch difference between widths.

Your width is not just a measurement of the widest part of your foot. It includes your instep height, arch and the girth of your foot. This is why ordering the width you normally buy in shoes is more accurate than just measuring the bottom of your foot. 

How to Measure Your Feet

For the length, measure your foot standing against a wall with the ruler coming straight out from the wall. This ensures you include the curve of your heel. It may be easier to have someone read the ruler for you so you may stand with normal pressure without bending.

How to measure your foot

To measure your foot width, stand on the ruler with it perpendicular to your foot. The widest part is usually right behind the toes.

 Measure your foot width       

To make a foot tracing, stand on a piece of paper and draw ONE line around your foot with the pencil straight up and down.

 Measuring your foot tracing

Need More Help?

If you need help determining your shoe SIZE OR WIDTH give us a call or send an email. 

Information that helps us determine your shoe size and width:

  • Your usual dress shoe size
  • Your usual sneaker/boot size
  • Your Euro size
  • Your foot length and width (in inches or centimeters)

Email: (We can respond within one business day).

Local Telephone: 1 (413) 773-0066

Toll free: 1 (888) 773-0066

You may also fill out a size survey and get your size estimate emailed to you. Click the following link.

 Get a shoe size estimate emailed to me.


Shoe Size Conversions

Since there is no perfect conversion between all the international sizes our size conversions are typical, but not a guarantee of fit.

We gladly accept returns and exchanges; and process them quickly. Please read our return and shipping policies before ordering.


Do you have special issues with your feet?

Your organ shoes should fit well to get the benefit of the shoes on the pedals. Since these are factory-made sizes (rather than custom-made shoes) you may need to fill in around narrow heels or extra arch support. To see shoe cushions CLICK HERE.