If you have any questions regarding your size, please call SheepskinShoes.com toll free at 1–877–756–2475. Sizing information for the brands we carry is listed below.
Here is a generic sizing conversion chart. This will give you a general idea of what your US, UK, or European Size might be. Please follow the links below the chart for a more specific brand page.
Women's International Shoe Sizes (lower sizes)
|UK||1.5 – 2||2.5 – 3||3 – 3.5||4 – 4.5||4.5 – 5||5.5 – 6|
|US||3.5 – 4||4.5 – 5||5 – 5.5||6 – 6.5||6.5 – 7||7.5 – 8|
|Metric (Asian)||21.5 – 22||22.5||23.25||23.5 – 24||24 – 24.5||24.5 – 25|
Women's International Shoe Sizes (upper sizes)
|UK||6.5 – 7||7 – 7.5||8 – 8.5||8.5 – 9||9.5 – 10||10 – 10.5|
|US||8.5 – 9||9 – 9.5||10 – 10.5||10.5 – 11||11.5 – 12||12 – 12.5|
|Metric (Asian)||25.5 – 26||26 – 26.5||27 – 27.25||27.5 – 28||28 – 28.5||29 – 29.5|
Men's International Shoe Sizes (lower sizes)
|UK||4.5 – 5||5.5 – 6||6.5 – 7||7 – 7.5||8 – 8.5||8.5 – 9|
|US||5.5 – 6||6.5 – 7||7 – 7.5||8 – 8.5||9 – 9.5||9.5 – 10|
|Metric (Asian)||24 – 24.5||24.5 – 25||25.5 – 26||26 – 26.5||27 – 27.5||27.5 – 28|
Men's International Shoe Sizes (upper sizes)
|UK||9.5 – 10||10 – 10.5||11 – 11.5||12 – 12.5||12.5 – 13||13.5 – 14|
|US||10.5 – 11||11 – 11.5||12 – 12.5||12.5 – 13||13.5 – 14||14.5 – 15|
|Metric (Asian)||28 – 28.5||29 – 29.5||29.5 – 30||30 – 30.75||31 – 31.5||32 – 32.5|
Most sheepskin footwear comes in whole sizes and one width only. For people that frequently wear half sizes, you will need to round up or down to the nearest whole size, depending on the brand or style. On this page, we have included guidelines for selecting the proper size for each brand, when possible .Sheepskin footwear should fit snugly when it is new. Eventually the fuzzy sheepskin on the inside will mat down a small amount, creating a molded fit and causing the footwear to loosen up a bit. The skin on the outside can stretch out a little as well. This will occur more frequently in products with a 100% sheepskin outer layer. There will be less stretching if the outer layer is cowhide (as in some Chooka, Simple, and Emu styles), or if it is covered with pigskin (like some Aussie Dogs). For these two reasons, your sheepskin footwear products should start off close-fitting and snug.
A note of caution, however: though your shoes or boots should initially feel snug, you do not want to feel pressure points on your toes. If your toes feel very tight and you are able to feel pressure points when wearing your new footwear, it is probably too small. Keep this in mind when you are determining what size is right for you. Also, remember that sheepskin footwear is designed to be worn barefoot. If you intend to wear socks, keep in mind that the recommended size may fit more snugly and your feet may feel warmer. You can buy replacement insoles for many of the styles, which can fluff up the shearling on the inside under your feet, making them more snug. Sometimes this can solve the problem if you wear a half size: if you feel that you are between sizes, then you can round up to the larger size and add an extra insole inside to take up some of the space. Thick socks can be worn to take up some room as well. Note: Unisex sizes are quoted in men’s sizes, so unisex size 6 is equivalent to “men’s 6” and “women’s 7”.
If you choose a half size as your shoe size in a particular brand that does not carry half sizes, we shall to the best of our knowledge, round up or down to the nearest whole size. If on arrival your shoe ends up being the wrong size, we reserve the right to not refund or pay for the return shipping costs. We will assume that the customer wants us to choose the appropriate size at the time of check out.
At SheepskinShoes.com, we are constantly updating this page to ensure that our customers have the most up–to–date information when determining what size to order. The comments and recommendations mentioned above reflect what we've found are appropriate in the most common circumstances. Each individual has unique considerations for length, width, instep height, arch height, toe length, and so on. Although the above information is intended to guide you, it may not be correct for everyone in every instance.