Sizing chart

SIZING

Find your size

APPAREL SIZE CHART

SIZE

SIZE

AGE

HEIGHT

CHEST

WAIST

HIP

INSEAM

SLEEVE

XS

4-5

4-5

39-44”

22-24”

18-20”

21-25”

16-19”

22-24”

S

6-7

6-7

47-51”

25-26”

21-23”

26-28”

19-20”

25”

M

8-9

8-9

52-54”

26-28”

23-25”

28-30”

21-22”

25-26”

L

10-12

10-11

54-59”

28.5-30”

25-27”

30.5-32”

23-25”

26-28”

XL

14-16

12-14

59-64”

31-33”

27-29”

32-34”

26-28”

28-30”

How to get the right fit

To measure your clothing size follow these instructions:

HEIGHT

Measure from the heel to the top of the head to determine the height.

    CHEST

    To get the right size run a flexible tape measure across the fullest area of your chest, holding the tape measure horizontally.

    WAIST

    Measure around the narrowest part of the waist, keeping the tape horizontally.

      HIP

        Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest point of the hip, keeping the tape measure horizontally.

          INSEAM

            Measure from your crotch to the bottom of your leg. Be aware that the inseam measurements are based on a regular inseam.

            FOOTWEAR SIZE CHART

            US

            UK

            EUROPE

            10.5

            10

            28

            11

            10.5

            28.5

            11.5

            11

            29

            12

            11.5

            30

            12.5

            12

            30.5

            13

            12.5

            31

            13.5

            13

            31.5

            1

            13.5

            32

            1.5

            1

            33

            2

            1.5

            33.5

            2.5

            2

            34

            3

            2.5

            35

            3.5

            3

            35.5

            4

            3.5

            36

            CHOOSING THE RIGHT SIZE

            Avoid a fit that is too big, unless shoes will not be worn until the child's foot grows into them. Poor-fitting shoes can damage feet.

            It is not uncommon for a child to have one foot larger than the other. Fit to the larger foot. 

            If between sizes, we recommend you order 1/2 size up.

            Have the child try out the shoes indoors, walking on carpeted surfaces wearing socks normally worn. Make sure there is room for the toes to wiggle a bit.

             

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