The best sneaker fit is always going to be desired. Nobody wants their feet to ache shortly after putting on their shoes. No matter what your go-to style, comfort is key. With so many materials now to choose from, finding a shoe that fits right should not be too difficult now surely? Well, you’d be surprised!
Shoe size, purpose, and materials all play their parts here. Combine the lot and it is likely you will have the perfect shoes for you. These days, purely knowing the size of your feet and expecting them to fit perfectly is no longer enough. The sneaker world is forever changing - it is dynamic fashion. Trends will come and go, but comfort should be high up on that list of yours.
When weighing up the market, you need to consider:
One of the first things you need to know is what size shoe you need. It is often something we do not know at times off the top of our head - how many times have you been in a store and forgotten your shoe size? Don’t worry, we‘ve all been there!
You can measure shoe size at home with our smart chart. This special sizing tool will help you identify the right shoe size for your feet. Simply print out our template in its original size, place your foot on the designated area, and you’ll easily be able to see which size is right for you. The best time to measure your feet is at the end of the day when your feet are largest.
As you grow older, the size of your feet naturally change over time. Whether you are 15, 25 or 55, you should always check the sneaker size you need before making any purchase. You can do this in most footwear stores, or at home with our print out and video guide.
You may be interested in our wide fit sneakers.
Achieving the best fit should always be your top priority. No matter how fresh those new sneaks look, they’re no good if you cannot wear them properly. The last thing you will want is them to be forgotten about in your wardrobe because your feet are not happy in them. But, what can you do to ensure your feet enjoy their new sneaker experience?
Pro tip: When trying on shoes, you should wear the socks you would normally. Socks take up valuable shoe space! So, if you wear short ankle socks for running, wear them when trying on runner shoes or thicker socks should they be for work.
Giesswein sneakers for men and women are made with comfort in mind. Our range caters for the business casual, the runner, as well as the off-roader. Combining style with a comfortable fit means you enjoy the best of both worlds with Giessweins. How? Our merino wool expertise, that’s how!
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