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Are you sceptic about buying shoes on the internet? It might not fit right? But... if you buy from retail stores you'll have to pay double the price to cover the retail overheads correct? In this short article, we'd like to show you how to shop for shoes 'CORRECTLY' online. Get the correct size shoes the first time, every time. Use the correct size conversion charts and make sure the shoes you buy actually fit you. You see many different size conversion charts depending on where the chart originated and who wrote the size chart article. Make no mistake, there is no such thing as an international standardised conversion chart. This is because each manufacturer (or label) uses their own dimensions to ascertain sizing depending on the market they are trying to penetrate. Have you ever noticed (if you're a regular size 8 fit) how you don't always fit size 8 in every shoe? Sometimes you'll fit size 7 and other times size 9 right? Here's how you overcome this problem. DON'T WORRY ABOUT YOUR SHOE SIZE. Work out your dimensions instead.
KNOW YOUR FOOT DIMENSIONS
If you're right handed (your right side will be a little bigger than your left) so take a pen and on a piece of paper trace around your right foot. Do this to your left foot if you're left handed. Now measure the image you've created from the end of your heel to the tip of your big toe (foot length). Now measure across the widest part of your feet which will be your ball (ball width). A typical Australian size eight woman should come up with something along the lines of 25.0cm length and 9.0cm width. Now that you know your foot dimensions concentrate on the dimensions advertised for the shoes you're looking to buy.
If the seller has advised the 'Shoe cristiano ronaldo shoes Length' or 'Inside shoe length' then your feet should be around m shorter than the shoes advertised, in order to fit perfectly. If the 'Inside Foot Length' is advertised by the seller then the closest match to your foot length is the way to go. Remember this.... If you can't find the perfect size, you can always correct shoes 1/2cm too big with some 'ball of foot' inserts. If the shoes are 1/2cm too small then DON'T BUY THEM. You will struggle with these and they will be uncomfortable for the rest of the shoe's life. If the seller has not advertised the 'shoe length' or 'the inside foot length' then ask the seller this question before buying. This is the only way you can be sure that the shoes will fit you.
SIZE CONVERSION CHARTS
Again using the example above typical size conversion from European size to Australian size may convert Euro size 39 to Australian size 8. If the seller is advertising Euro size 39 shoes and telling you it converts to Australian size 9, this is vital information. It simply means that this particular shoe is of large fitting. Perhaps you should be looking at size 38 instead for this style. It doesn't mean that the seller has got the conversion wrong, or that the seller doesn't know what he or she is talking about. Internet shoe retailers generally know what they're talking about when it comes to sizing as they would frequently encounter sizing issues when selling online. The seller's information is there to assist you so please take advantage of this and use it. To be certain, remember to ask for dimensions.