Sizing guide

Learn how to find the right size for your Lunge shoes.

Size table

Foot lengthUS MenUK MenUS WomenUK WomenEUR
214 mm6335
219 mm35½
223 mm7436½
227 mm37
231 mm8537½
236 mm38
240 mm9638⅔
244 mm8639⅓
248 mm10740
252 mm9710½40½
257 mm11841⅓
261 mm10811½42
265 mm10½12942½
269 mm11912½43⅓
274 mm11½131043⅔
278 mm121044½
282 mm12½10½45
286 mm131145⅔
291 mm13½11½46⅓
295 mm141247
299 mm14½12½47⅔
303 mm151348⅓

Please note that this table shows the recommended foot length for each size and already takes appropriate space and clearance into account. There's no need to add additional space or opt for a larger size than the one corresponding to your foot length.

A guide to ordering the right size

How to measure your foot length

  • - Measure from the rearmost point / heel to the foremost pint of you foot
  • - Optional: Use a sheet of paper and a pencil to mark the points to measure. Align the sheet and your foot on top to a wall or concrete surface and mark the foremost point of your foot on the paper. Now you can measure the distance between the edge of the sheet and your mark.
  • - Be sure to measure orthogonal / in a 90° angle to the wall your foot is aligned to.

Sizes between different brands and manufacturers

Unfortunately comparing sizes between different manufacturers and using them as reference is a rather unrelaible way to find your shoe size. There are always deviations in these size tables which may render the size you're used to from another brand not transferable to Lunge shoes or those of other manufacturers.

Shoes are often bought too small

As a retailer we notice that people tend to opt for shoes sizes that are simply too tight and small for their feet. You should have at least the width of a thumb of free space in the toe box. When in doubt opt for the larger size as long as your heel is securely fitted.

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