You'll know a shoe is the right size and width because the edges and bottoms of your feet align perfectly with the footbed. Not sure if my foot being a narrow has anything to do with it but the X-Large fit all 3 of us. Yep — way to small. It is probably a size 2.
I'm really happy with this product I purchased them in a little kid size They look good and are true to size. My little sister loves them. I'm a size 8 women's shoe and bought these in a Big Kid's size 6. The length is great, however I have wide feet and need the velcro done as loose as it can go in order to fit my feet into these while wearing my rugby socks.
With socks, I can wear these all day, but as I remember from owning multiple pairs of these in the past, it will take a few days of wearing these in order to be comfortable in them in bare feet all day. As it is now, having had them for about a day, I can wear them for a couple of hours without socks and be alright, but any longer than that and it can be quite uncomfortable.
However, after you get used to these they feel great and wearing any other slides just doesn't cut it. I have always loved the quality on these slides, and this pair seems no different from the others that I've owned, so I expect that they will last just as long as the others have. The pair I had in high school I wore a couple days a week for about three years, and the pair I had in college lasted me all throughout undergrad and I wore them almost daily.
One thing to keep in mind is that these are slides, so they're slightly flat. As far as slides go, I've found them to be fine in the way of arch support, but ff you're looking for a sandal with a lot of arch support this probably isn't the sandal for you. I'm a college student who hates wearing shoes so these slides are perfect to just slip into when you want to go out. But because of the layer of nubs? On the platform of the sandal, it does kind of hurt your feel, but after a while you'll get used to it and plus it's really good for blood circulation.
It's like getting a foot massage while you're walking if you're into that kind of stuff. Anywho, these sandals are pretty essential for anyone. It is probably a size 2. I ended up giving it to younger brother and I'll still have to purchase another one for my eldest. Other than sizing issue, looks as it should. The future will tell about durability.
One person found this helpful. I am between a 6 and 6. I ordered a 4 in the big kids, although they fit, my feet were wearing the shoes. The shoe box was damaged, but not that big of a deal, as it goes to recycling. Over all these are great shoes. I ended up returning them and going for the Adidas Adilette sliders, as the little bumps on the bottom of the adissage these shoes was a bit much for my bare feet and the size I ordered was too small.
Son is 11, loves these, they are his favorite sandals ever, has worn them all summer, they have held up great, very true to size, like the adjustable fit with the Velcro.
Thought the textured footbed might irritate him but it doesn't. These are what all the young people love and I see why. He says they are super comfortable. He wears them with and without little ankle socks.
The big kids 6 in the black and pink fit a women's US size 8. The big kids 5 would probably fit a women's US 7. The pair I received are tagged with a size 6 but the style is called Adidas Adissage K for kids - I wear a women's 8 and they fit me. Haven't worn them yet they just arrived but wanted to share the sizing information for anyone else out there who might be wondering about it. See all reviews.
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Lower price available on select options. Find a ruler, a pen and a piece of paper. Tape the paper to the ground and place your child's foot on it. Gently press down on their foot to make sure it is flat and that their toes are not curled. Draw a line behind their heel and another line in front of their longest toe. Measure the distance between the lines in inches or centimeters.
Poor fitting shoes can lead to bone, back and muscle problems later in life. Make sure you measure both feet and use the longer foot measurement for sizing. Measure often to ensure a perfect fit. Little feet should be measured at least every months for the first 2 years and at least every 6 months after that. If you're buying shoes that will be worn with socks or tights, measure feet while wearing these items or add a little extra length to ensure a good fit.
If you have a length measurement for your child's feet, use the Brand charts below to find your child's corresponding size. If there's not a Brand specific size chart to compare to, use our General Size Chart as a guideline.
(Kids grow an average of half a size every three months!) There should be about a half inch between the end of the longest, fully extended toe and the end of the shoe. Fit the widest part of the foot to the widest part of the shoe so it bends with the bend of the foot. Find the right fit for your young athlete with the help of the Nike kids’ shoe size guide. Size guides and charts are available for all ages and genders. Kids' Shoe Sizing Help Download our size chart. Finding the right shoes for babies and children is often a struggle. Especially when they outgrow everything in the blink of an eye!