|0 to 6 months
|6 to 12 months
|12 to 18 months
|18 to 24 months
|2 to 3 years
|3 to 4 years
Pleaseadd an additional margin of 0.5 to 1 cm in relation to the measurement obtained (in order to provide margin for the growth of your child's foot).
To each his size!
To respect thebaby foot development, be sure to determine theshoe sizeadapted to its length. A foot size check is necessary every two to three months to ensure that its growth is not hindered.
At Baby-Feet, you can choose your pair of slippers according to age, size, but also directly to the length of the foot by referring to our correspondence table.
Either way, don't worry. If you make a mistake in choosing the shoe size,you can get a free exchange(return costs at your expense).
It is also necessary to choosebaby bootieslightweight and flexible to make it easier for your child to learn to walk. That's what we offer at Baby-Feet!
You have two options for evaluating baby's shoe size and thus choosing a pair ofbaby bootiesthe right size :
Determine baby's shoe size with our printable pedometer
To ensure you choose the rightbaby booties size, download and print our pedometer specially calibrated on the Baby-Feet range!ATTENTION: To print the pedometer at the correct scale, in the print settings, configure your printer in A4 borderless and with a scale of 100%.
Then simply tape the printed pedimeter to the ground and place thebaby footby following the instructions to know its size without the slightest error.
Measure your child's foot without a pedometer
If you do not have a printer, we explain howdetermine baby's shoe sizeusing a simple white sheet, a pencil and a ruler.
Follow the instructions on this page then simply refer to our correspondence table. Nothing easier !
First place the sheet of paper on the floor, against a wall. Tape it so that it does not move during the measurement.
Place your child standing on the sheet, their heel against the wall. Make sure his toes are perfectly flat. Trace the outline of his toes and do the same with the other foot.
Finally, measure the distance from the edge of the sheet to this line. This corresponds in the table above to the length of the foot.