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Post  gianmarc on Tue Jul 05, 2011 6:51 am

It's a total myth that your feet stay the same size all the time.They swell during the day,getting largerónotice how your heels hurt in the afternoon,but not in the morning ó and they do grow bigger as you age.Check in with if you're getting ready for a major shoe shopping spree, since there's nothing worse than spending a bundle on sexy shoes that pinch your toes,grate against your ankle or otherwise hurt!
1.Sit in a chair.Take off your socks to measure for ,but leave them on if you're planning to buy boots or sneaks.Put a sheet of plain white paper on the floor.2.Put one foot on the sheet of paper and trace its outline.Repeat this with a second piece of paper to measure your other foot.Sure,it seems sillyóbut is what the pros suggest,so get in touch with your inner kindergartner and trace,trace,trace.
3.Measure the length and width of your foot tracing,using a ruler.Got different-sized feet?It's not unusual,so you'll go with the big foot unless they differ by more than half a size, in which case you want a different size for each foot. To get the proper fit,[url=http://www.outnetsale.com]Christian Louboutin Outlet[/urltake the measurement from the widest and longest place on the outline to the opposite side,like from the longest toe to the edge of your heel .
4.Subtract one-fifth inch from the length to get your foot size, and do the same with the width. This compensates for the pencil you used to trace your foo .
5.Look up a shoe sizing chart, since the measurement of your actual foot doesn't indicate your true shoe size.For example,a foot size of 8.5 inches equals a size 5 shoe, and a foot size of 10 inches equals a 9.5 shoe.Also compare the width of your foot to that listed in the shoe sizing chart to figure out if you're an A,B or D.Just like ,the bigger number equals a wider size.For ladies,B is an average width.It's a total myth that your feet stay the same size all the time.They swell during the day,getting largerónotice how your heels hurt in the afternoon,but not in the morning ó and they do grow bigger as you age.Check in with if you're getting ready for a major shoe shopping spree, since there's nothing worse than spending a bundle on sexy shoes that pinch your toes,grate against your ankle or otherwise hurt !
1.Sit in a chair.Take off your socks to measure for ,but leave them on if you're planning to buy boots or sneaks.Put a sheet of plain white paper on the floor .
2.Put one foot on the sheet of paper and trace its outline.Repeat this with a second piece of paper to measure your other foot.Sure,it seems sillyóbut is what the pros suggest,so get in touch with your inner kindergartner and trace,trace,trace.
3.Measure the length and width of your foot tracing,using a ruler.Got different-sized feet?It's not unusual,so you'll go with the big foot unless they differ by more than half a size, in which case you want a different size for each foot. To get the proper it,take the measurement from the widest and longest place on the outline to the opposite side,like from the toe to the edge of your heel .
4.Subtract one-fifth inch from the length to get your foot size, and do the same with the width. This compensates for the pencil you used to trace your foot .
5.Look up a shoe sizing chart, since the measurement of your actual foot doesn't your true shoe size.For example,a foot size of 8.5 inches equals a size 5 shoe, and a foot size of 10 inches equals a 9.5 shoe. Also compare the width of your foot to that listed in the shoe sizing chart to figure out if you're an A,B or D.Just like ,the bigger number equals a wider size.For ladies,B is an average width .

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