Measure your foot for Alpine

Sizing for a boot is different than a sandal. And you probably have boots / shoes of different sizes that fit you correctly.

Also since the foot is three-dimensional, any two-dimensional measuring tool (such as a ruler or Brannock device) can only approximate your true shoe size. Manufacturers model their shoes on different foot shapes, so sizing may vary accordingly.

To help reduce the chance of getting an incorrect size, we HIGHLY recommend you follow these instructions.

Step 1 - Measure your foot

Place a piece of paper against a wall (if you have VERY large feet, use a piece of newspaper).

Place your foot on the paper, with your heel against the wall.

Make a mark on the paper at the furthest point away from the wall… this will either be just in front of your big toe or second toe.

Take a ruler and measure from the edge of the paper to the mark you made.



Here’s a video showing the process...




Step 2 - Check your measurement against the sizing chart

NOTE...

- For the most reliable fit, we recommend you use the foot length sizing info in the table below.

- The Alpine is about half a size (4mm) larger than the Prio, and a full size larger than the HFS and Mesa Trail.

- If you think you’re "between sizes" we recommend you go up to the larger size.

- Our sizing recommendations are based on customer feedback, however we cannot 100% guarantee a proper fit.

 

US

Foot Length

M 7 Up to 24.8 cm
M 8 Up to 25.7 cm
M 9 Up to 26.5 cm
M 10 Up to 27.3 cm
M 11 Up to 28.2 cm
M 12 Up to 29.1 cm
M 13 Up to 30.0 cm
M 14 Up to 31.1 cm

 

US

Foot Length

W 7 Up to 23.2 cm
W 8 Up to 24.0 cm
W 9 Up to 24.9 cm
W 10 Up to 25.8 cm
W 11 Up to 26.6 cm

 

Any questions?

We want to make sure you get the correct size and enjoy your Xero Shoes.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.