Many are faced with the prob­lem of a nar­row foot, but not every­one knows how to choose the right shoes for this fea­ture. In the arti­cle we will give some tips on choos­ing shoes for a nar­row foot.

Let’s start sim­ple: deter­mine if you real­ly have a nar­row foot.

To mea­sure the full­ness of the foot, you must per­form the fol­low­ing steps:

  • mea­sure­ments are tak­en in the evening, when the foot acquires the largest size;
  • both legs must be mea­sured, choos­ing shoes for a larg­er val­ue;
  • if win­ter or autumn shoes are bought, when mea­sur­ing, the thick­ness of the sock or tights should be tak­en into account.
  • mea­sure­ments are car­ried out very sim­ply, for this you need to stand up and put your foot on a piece of paper. Then mea­sure the length of the foot, accu­rate­ly deter­min­ing its size.
  • the next step is to mea­sure the full­ness of the foot, for this you need to take a cen­time­ter soft tape and mea­sure the width of the foot under the fin­gers — from one bone to anoth­er, get­ting the width in cen­time­ters.

For the con­ve­nience of deter­min­ing the com­plete­ness, you can use the fol­low­ing table:

If your foot still turned out to be nar­row, then we sug­gest that you famil­iar­ize your­self with the tips for choos­ing shoes.

1. Choose shoes half a size SMALL. When the shoe breaks in, it sits won­der­ful­ly on the foot.

2. Our legs, for­tu­nate­ly, are not sym­met­ri­cal, so the full­ness of the left and right legs may dif­fer. Focus on greater full­ness when choos­ing shoes.

3. For a nar­row foot, shoe mod­els with a webbed ankle are per­fect. The foot will be fixed as much as pos­si­ble.

4. Change men’s shoes to wom­en’s, and wom­en’s shoes to chil­dren’s. The advice may seem strange, but it real­ly works. For exam­ple, wom­en’s sneak­ers and sneak­ers are much nar­row­er than men’s. And if your size allows you to choose a mod­el from the range of chil­dren’s shoes, then feel free to choose it.

5. Choose shoes with arch sup­port or buy an extra insole. To pre­vent your foot from slip­ping out of wide shoes, add an insole (it will pro­vide a more secure fit).

6. Buy a mod­el with lac­ing. Lace-up is the best solu­tion for nar­row feet. You can fix the leg of any full­ness as com­fort­ably as pos­si­ble.

We hope these tips help you find the per­fect pair for your foot.

Below we leave the mod­els of SHOESLEL shoes made of gen­uine leather, which are sim­ply cre­at­ed for a nar­row foot: