How to choose the right size?
In order to do this, you will need to measure the foot and the best time to do it is in the afternoon because during the day the children’s feet swell and become a little bit larger.
How to properly measure the baby’s foot?
You just need to take a blank sheet of paper, a pencil and a ruler.
Place the sheet of paper on the floor, very close to the wall.
Step on the paper with the heel against the wall.
Trace around the outline of your foot with the pen, marking the longest part of the child’s foot on the sheet.
Mark the longest part of the child’s foot on the sheet. Repeat the measurement for the other foot, as very often the feet may have different lengths. If there is a difference in lengths, consider the larger value.
Once you have established the length, it remains for you to find the right size for your child.
The length of the insole should always be slightly larger than the child’s foot because it is constantly growing and needs free freedeom of the toes. For children up to 4 years of age, the space you need to add is a minimum of 5mm or a maximum of 7mm. For children over 4 years of age, you can add from 5 mm to 1 cm and exceeding this threshold is not recommended.