Dress shoes often aren’t cheap. And beyond money, we know that getting your size wrong can cost you blisters, discomfort, and even tendonitis. These guides will help you understand how dress shoes should fit and show you what to do to make your dress shoe wearing experience as comfortable as possible.
Need a chart wiht all the different shoe sizes by country? No problem! Here are the common shoe size conversions, plus a handy guide to see how they should fit.
Do you know how to lace your dress shoes properly? We'll teach you 6 different lacing techniques to try with different shoe styles, and for different occasions.
To get the right fit when buying shoes, you need to understand a little foot anatomy. Learn the names for different parts of the foot, and how to measure them.
With this Allen Edmonds sizing guide, I’m going to help you buy the right shoe without dealing with the hassle of returns and exchanges.
How should loafers fit? It’s pretty straightforward, but the devil is in the detail. Learn all about loafter sizing, their anatomy, and how they should fit.
Do sneakers run bigger than dress shoes? Find out the differences between dress shoe size vs sneaker size to make sure you're wearing the right size and fit.
Burned by nuances in sizing? No worries. With this Cariuma sizing guide, you'll fill any gaps to choose the right fit of these true-to-size sneakers.
Ugh...KOIO doesn't do half sizes. Check out my thorough KOIO sizing guide to make sure you pick your right size on your Capri sneakers the first time.
All well-built sneakers will send you to blister city if you don’t break them in first. Prevent sore ankles, feet, and legs, with these easy hacks.
This Beckett Simonon sizing guide will tell you all you need to know to pick the correct size sneaker, shoe, or boots before you hit the “buy” button.
In this Converse sizing guide, I’ve laid out everything you need to know before buying the most popular Converses so you can get the perfect fit the first time.
Got wide feet? Here are the three perfect hacks for you to stretch your shoes---one's expensive, one's cheap, one's free, and all are recommended by me.