Choosing The Right Sock Size

 

Choosing the right size sock is important for comfort and durability, but sock sizing can be confusing. We’ve tried to make it a little easier with this video.

You can also follow the guide below.

Please note: We knit our socks larger to allow for shrinking and settlingThe sizes below will be correct after the first and second wash.

 

HOW TO MEASURE YOUR FOOT

The following tips will help you measure your foot so you can choose the right size for you:

1. Stand on a flat surface with your heels against the wall

2. Place a 30cm ruler on the floor beside the inside of your foot, from heel to toe, with the start of the ruler at your heel

3. Position an object with a flat edge against the tip of your longest toe

4. Your foot measurement is where the flat edge crosses the ruler

5. Compare your foot measurement to our Shoe Size Conversions Table below

 

 

SHOE SIZE CONVERSION TABLE

HOW TO MEASURE SOCK CIRCUMFERENCE

The following tips will help you determine if our socks will fit comfortably around your leg:

  1. Using the Sock Length & Circumference Table, work out the length of your preferred sock

  2. Standing on a flat surface, place a 30cm ruler vertically on the floor beside your foot, up your leg, with the start of the ruler flush with the floor to determine where the sock will finish on your leg

  3. Using a tape measure, measure around your leg (in cm) at the point where the sock will finish

  4. Refer to the Sock Length & Circumference Table to determine if the sock will stretch to the circumference of your leg

 

 

The following tips will help you determine if our socks can be pulled up comfortably around your foot and ankle:

  1. Using a tape measure, measure (in cm) diagnonally around your foot starting from the top of your foot, around your ankle joint, around your heel and back to the top of your foot

  2. Refer to our Sock Length & Circumference Table, to determine if the sock circumference will stretch over your foot and ankle