All habbot shoes are sized in European women’s sizing. A general comparison between other sizing systems is shown below.
US & CANADA
As shoe sizes vary greatly between different shoe styles (due to different shoe shapes, and shoemaking processes) we have provided a 'footprint size guide' for each habbot style, to help you establish your correct size.
The footprint size guide can be found on the detailed product page of each style, and should be used as follows;
- Print out the footprint size guide and verify its size accuracy by checking against a metric ruler. (If the print out has come out larger or smaller than the scale provided, use a photocopier to reduce or enlarge until correct scale is achieved.)
- Place both feet on the size guides to find the ‘footprint’ size that accommodates the shape of your biggest foot. (Your foot should fit neatly on-top or within the footprint outline. Do not draw around your foot as this will exaggerate the size).
- If you find your biggest foot is halfway between sizes, it is always recommended to select the larger size and use a half-insole to achieve perfect fit.
FLEXIBITY OF MATERIALS
When glove leather or suede is used, considerable ‘give’ will occur after 2-3 wears if your feet apply pressure on a particular part of the shoe. Keep in mind that the length of a shoe will never increase with wear, only the width/girth.
When patent leather is used, the ‘give’ effect will still occur, but usually takes 3-4 wears to take effect.
FULL & HALF SIZES
Some styles are available in both full and half sizes, and other in full sizes only. This is dependent on the type of shoe, and the quantity in which the shoe was made. If the size you require does not appear in the size selection menu of a specific style then unfortunately that size is not available.
All habbot styles are made in medium ‘b’ width. This width does vary slightly between different shoes styles due to their individual shape, and heel height. To help make an accurate selection, click on the ‘check my size’ button and refer to the ‘footprint size guides’ for each specific style.