CALPAS SIZE CHART (only flat sandals)
How To Choose Your Size
If you are not sure about your EU size, you can measure your flat sandals which fit good on you and compare measures with our size chart above where are precise lengths of our sandals for each size.
How To Measure Your Feet
Since we make all of our fine quality shoes by hand, you have the unique opportunity to receive a custom-designed pair that is the perfect fit for you when you shop with us.
Pictured above, our sizing chart is a great way to help you determine what size to request when you place your order; however, for a truly personalized pair of shoes, we recommend that you take a few moments to measure your feet and include the measurements when you check out. With exact measurements, we can construct a gorgeous pair of shoes especially for you!
If you've never measured your feet before, don't worry. The process is incredibly easy if you just follow some simple steps. Before getting started, gather together:
- A piece of paper bigger in size than your foot
- A pencil
- A ruler or a tape measure
Once you have everything, go through this simple procedure and you'll have the measurements necessary to give us for your one-of-a-kind custom-made shoes.
Part One: Making a Diagram
1. Place the paper flat on the floor.
2. While standing, center your foot in the middle of the paper.
3. Bend your knee enough so that your shin comes forward and is slightly in front of your ankle.
4. Grasp the pencil so that it is completely vertical. When you hold it against the paper, it should form a shape like an upside down "T." It is crucial that you do not hold the pencil at an angle.
5. Trace the entire outline of your foot by pressing hard. Keep the pencil in contact with the side of your foot at all times.
Tip: If you find it hard to trace your foot yourself, enlist the help of a friend.
Part Two: Marking and Measuring Your Diagram
1. Make straight lines along the front, back and sides of the traced image of your foot with the help of your ruler or tape measure. You'll want the lines to touch the widest points of the drawing without crossing over or into the drawing itself.
2. Measure the distance from the center of the front line to the center of the back line.
This will give you the length or your overall shoe size.
3. Measure the distance from side to side.This will correspond to the width of your foot.
4. Repeat the process for your other foot.