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Size chart

Women's Size Guide

What is the best way to find out my shoe size?


At ECCO we are committed to make your online shopping experience as easy as possible. The best way to make sure that you order the right size is to measure your feet and then compare it with the size chart below to find the appropriate size. Please follow these 4 simple steps to accurately measure your feet:


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To measure your feet from heel to toe, all you need is a piece of paper, a pen and a ruler.   Place the paper on the floor against a wall. Put the foot on the piece of paper, with the heel against the wall.   Mark the longest part of the foot on the paper. Repeat for both feet since it is common to have different feet length.   Measure the distance and compare it with the size chart below. Use the measurement of your longest foot when choosing what size to order.





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What about the width?


ECCO's line of shoes utilizes a unique type of fit. Due to this our shoes are able to to fit a very wide variety of feet. ECCO's fit from heel to instep (not to the ball of the foot). We refer to this as the ECCO "Freedom Fit".

Conventional shoes fit across the width of your feet at the toes. This restricts the natural spreading of your toes under the pressure of walking. This "Freedom Fit" allows the toes to move freely as you walk.

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What if the shoe does not fit?


If the shoes do not fit, the first consideration is whether or not the length is correct. After checking this, keep these guidelines in mind:

  1. If the heel slips whilst your laces are properly tied, add a second (generic) inlay sole under the inlay sole already in the shoe. This will raise the foot into the instep where the shoe is designed to fit. View all inlay soles »
  2. Another option is to increase the volume inside the shoe by using a thinner insole. Replacing a 5 mm. insole with a 3 mm insole will increase the volume in the shoe about half a shoe size. View all inlay soles »
  3. The ball of the foot should fit into the widest part of the shoe. If the shoe doesn't fit or break properly, you may need to go with a longer or shorter size.
  4. If the shoe is excessively tight in the frontal area, try going up a size. Due to the ECCO unique fit, a larger shoe will provide added toe room yet still fit snugly in the heel area avoiding slippage.
  5. Make sure you are lacing your shoes according to your foot type. Many shoes come "bar-laced" indicated by the horizontal lacing style. This may not be ideal for a wider foot so try re-lacing the shoe with the standard crossing manner. It is always a good idea to completely remove the laces when fitting a new shoe. Lace the shoe whilst on your foot. View all laces »


Still concerned about the size?
Don’t worry, we have a 28 day full return policy if the shoes you buy don’t fit.  Read more »


Still concerned about the size?

Don’t worry, we have a 28 day full return policy if the shoes you buy don’t fit. Read more »


I already have ECCO shoes, how can I examine that they really fit?


Examine the basic checkpoints to ensure a proper fit. Always consider the type of hosiery you will be wearing during use. This can alter fit and overall comfort. Once you have the shoes on both feet and stand up, check the following:

  1. Shoe length. The first area to inspect is the overall shoe length. The recommended toe room allows about a half inch (1 cm) of space between the longest toe and the end of the shoe (about a thumbnail). Toes should never touch in the end.
  2. Tightness of the shoes in the ball of the foot and instep area. Pinch a little area of the upper material. The upper should not be skin tight in most styles.
  3. Heel fit. The heel in an ECCO shoe is designed to fit snugly. This should not be confused with a tight fit. It is normal for our shoes to have ample room for your toes to wiggle. This is due to the roomy toe box (during normal wear). There should be no slipping while walking.
  4. Finally walk on a hard floor or firm surface. This will allow you to experience the ECCO fit and comfort features in our shoes. You should be able to walk smoothly and effortlessly without feeling unsteady or unbalanced.

A perfect fit is impossible to achieve in every scenario. There are millions of different types of foot shapes, widths, and sizes. In addition, feet tend to swell throughout the day and change over time. A shoe you bought five years ago might not fit your foot in the same way today. It is always a good idea to have your feet measured regularly.



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