Place your foot on a piece of paper and circle it with a pencil. ATTENTION! Trace the outline of your foot holding pencil upright and perpendicular to the paper. Don't hold it at an angle.
Use your pencil to mark the widest parts of your feet and the longest parts of your feet from the tip of your longest toe to your heel.
Then measure the circumference of the foot around the ball - between the most salient bones of inner and outer foot arches.
You should also measure a straight foot instep girth –the narrowest part of a foot instep, approximately in the middle of it. At this time a centimeter should tightly wrap your foot.
Measure the heel diagonal. Place a centimeter underneath the heel, then swipe centimeter around the beginning of the ankle. Fix and save volumes.
Measure the length of the trace: draw an equal line between the extreme points and fix this length.
If you take measures for boots, you need to measure your calf around its widest point.
First, the volume of the ankle (at a height of 10-12 cm).
Then every 5 cm - to the widest part of the calf.
Fix the circumference of the widest part of the calf and determine the height at which it is.
Measure the height of the heels (see picture)
Welcome to Kachorovska
your first online purchase when you sign up for email below
Your privacy is important to us
By clicking on ‘Accept all cookies’ you are giving consent to save all cookies on your device. You can change your cookie settings or withdraw your consent to their use at any time by clicking on ‘Cookie Settings’. Depending on the cookie settings you choose, some features or personalized terms of using this website may not be available.