If you have experienced problems when shopping for a pair of shoes or boots you will be delighted to know that JJ Footwear offers you a solution.  The Personal Fit Concept is a unique fitting system which enables you to purchase  perfectly fitting shoes and boots without having to compromise on comfort or fit. It takes just three simple steps to calculate your unique Personal Fit Code. The Personal Fit Code is unique to you and provides you with all the information you need to view a collection which has been designed just for you.  You will no longer have the disappointment of  admiring products which are not available in your size.

Step 1

Length of your foot

Measure the length of your foot
cm
 
  1. Fold the measuring guide up along the dotted line (see illustration).
  2. In order to get an accurate measurement put the base of the measuring guide on a hard surface, with the fold against a straight object like a wall or plinth (see illustration). 
  3. Note, to get the most accurate foot size reading, where possible, this measurement should be taken in a standing position.
  4. Place your left heel on the dotted line, whilst making sure your heel is placed tight to the wall.
  5. With a pen or pencil place a small mark on the measurement guide just above the position of you big toe.
  6. Repeat steps 1C-1D to measure your right foot.
  7. It is normal for one foot to be bigger than the other. Always use the larger measurement to gauge your shoe size.
         

Step 2

Width of the foot

Measure the width of the widest part of foot
(from the ball to just beneath your little toe)
cm
  1. Sit comfortably on a stool or chair.
  2. Put the tape measure on the floor, place your foot firmly on the tape measure. Position the measure in a diagonal position just below your little toe and the ball of your foot. (see illustration).
  3. Bring both ends of the tape firmly together so they overlap slightly (not too tight).
  4. Read the number of millimetres and write it down on the measurement guide.
  5. Repeat step 2B-D to measure your foot width of your right foot.
  6. It is normal for one foot to have a wider measurement than the other. Always use the larger of the two measurements to gauge your foot width.
         

Step 3

Calfsize

Measure the circumference of the fullest part of your calf
cm
  1. Sit comfortably on a stool or chair
  2. Locate the widest part of your calf and using the tape measure, measure the circumference of your calf
  3. Read the number of millimetres and write it down on this measurement guide.  
  4. It is normal for one calf to have a larger measurement than the other. Always use the larger of the two measurements to gauge your foot width.

       


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