SizeFoot length (mm)
12184 to 187
13188 to 198
1199 to 204
1 ½205 to 209
2210 to 213
2 ½214 to 217
3218 to 221
3 ½222 to 225
4226 to 230
4 ½231 to 234
5235 to 238
5 ½239 to 242
6243 to 247
6 ½248 to 251
7252 to 255
7 ½256 to 259
8260 to 264
8 ½265 to 368
9269 to 272
9 ½273 to 276
10277 to 280
10 ½281 to 285
11286 to 289
11 ½290 to 293
12294 to 297

Size chart

This conversation chart is intended to be used as a guide to help you. Sizes are an estimate on what Irish dance shoe size to order. Feet are funny things and we know that most people have one foot a slightly different size to the other. Therefore no guarantees can be made. This is why we do offer a 28 return policy. Please check the delivery & returns policy for full details.

Footwear conversion size chart

If you are unsure of the shoe size you require, we recommend that you draw around your foot on a plain piece of paper and measure between its two longest points (Heel to Big Toe) in Centimeters. Choose the Size corresponding to that measurement in the Drop-down menu. eg – 22.0 / 2.0

How to Draw

Place the foot (in sock) on a blank piece of paper and draw around it, ensuring the pen/pencil is held vertically.

Draw a line along the foot from the two most extreme points (heel to toe) and measure. Clearly mark in CM’s the length of the foot.

Please also measure around the joint of your foot (the widest part) to estimate if you are a standard or wide fitting. Our standard fitting is 22.5cm and our wide fitting is 24cm. The shoe will stretch to a small degree around the width of the foot over a period of time but should not stretch length wise so please chose the correct size.

Highland Pumps. It is noted that dancers like a tight fit and as such dropping down a half size is recommended.

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