Shoe Size Chart and Conversion

Shoe/Width Sizing

Use the shoe size chart from Rockport. Finding the right shoe sizes has never been this easy - convert from CM to US, MM to US, or vice versa using our conversion chart.

 Shoe Size Chart

Women's Footwear Men's Footwear
US/CA Europe UK JP MM/CN/KR   US/CA Europe UK JP MM/CN/KR
 5  35  2.5  22  220    5  37.5  4.5  23  230
 5.5  35.5  3  22.5  225    5.5  38  5  23.5  235
 6  36  3.5  23  230    6  38.5  5.5  24  240
 6.5  37  4  23.5  235    6.5  39  6  24.5  245
 7  37.5  4.5  24  240    7  40  6.5  25  250
 7.5  38  5  24.5  245    7.5  40.5  7  25.5  255
 8  39  5.5  25  250    8  41  7.5  26  260
 8.5  39.5  6  25.5  255    8.5  42  8  26.5  265
 9  40  6.5  26  260    9  42.5  8.5  27  270
 9.5  41  7  26.5  265    9.5  43  9  27.5  275
 10  41.5  7.5  27  270    10  44  9.5  28  280
 10.5  42  8  27.5  275    10.5  44.5  10  28.5  285
 11  42.5  8.5  28  280    11  45  10.5  29  290
 11.5  43  9.0  28.5  285    11.5  46  11  29.5  295
 12  44  9.5  29  290    12  46.5  11.5  30  300
 13  45  10.5  30  300    12.5  47  12  30.5  305
 14  46  11.5  31  310    13  47.5  12.5  31  310
 14  49  13.5  32  320
 15  50  14.5  33  330
 16  51.5  15.5  34  340
 17  53  16.5  35  350
 18  54  17.5  36  360
 19  55  18.5  37  370
 20  56  19.5  38  380

 

Sizing Tips

  • Your heel should fit snug with no slipping. The midfoot of the shoe under your arch and over the top of your foot should be snug but not tight. You should have enough room in the toe box to wiggle your toes. Our shoes are made to fit directly out of the box. They do not need to be broken in.

  • People are more than twice as likely to buy a shoe that is too small than too big. Clues that your shoes are too small or narrow include - foot cramping or "falling asleep" or the formation of blisters and calluses between or on your toes.

  • Feet typically get bigger with age. We encourage you to have your feet measured every year. Women's feet often become a half-size (or more) larger after pregnancy.

  • Your left and right feet may differ in length or width as much as a full size. Be sure to measure and try shoes on both feet, and always buy shoes to fit your larger foot.

  • While the incremental enlargement/reductions between the sizes and widths are industry standards – not every manufacturer starts with the same measurement for their model size.

  • Rockport and Cobb Hill use the same Brannock Device measurement along with several taped forefoot volume measurements as a starting point for both men’s and women’s shoes.