Fitflop Fit Details

This shoe runs a little large. If you are usually a half size or on the fence, we recommend going down a size.

This shoe is a standard width and suitable for people with regular width feet.

This shoe provides pretty advanced support features, such as longitudinal, metatarsal and transverse arch support, heel cup and a contoured footbed. test 2

Fitflop Size Guide

How to find your size

CM US/AU Euro UK
23 4 37 3
24 5 38 4
25 6 39 5
25.5 7 40 6
26 8 41 7
26.5 9 42 8
27 10 43 9
28 11 44 10
28.5 12 45 11
29 13 46 12
30 14 47 13
31 15 48 14
32 16 49 15
32.5 17 50 16

How to find your size

CM US/AU Euro UK
20 3 34 1
21 4 35 2
22 5 36 3
23 6 37 4
24 7 38 5
25 8 39 6
25.5 9 40 7
26 10 41 8
26.5 11 42 9
27 12 43 10
28 13 44 11

How to find your size

CM US/AU Euro UK
11.5 4 19 3
12.5 5 20-21 4
13 6 21-22 5
14 7 23 6
14.5 8 24 7
15.5 9 25-26 8
16 10 26-27 9
17 11 28 10
17.5 12 29 11
18.5 13 30-31 12
19 1 32 13

Most Birkenstock styles are available in 'regular' or 'narrow' width.

Narrow width is suitable for narrow to slender feet.

Regular width is suitable for normal to wide feet.

If you already own a pair of Birkenstocks or are trying them on in store - check out the little foot symbol on the footbed. If the foot is coloured in, it's a narrow (N). If it's just an outline of a foot, it's a regular (R).

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Reviewed by Nikki H.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Air mesh fit flop

Supportive shoes and impeccable service and quick delivery

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Reviewed by CHRISTINE M., from Australia
Rated 3 out of 5
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As with all shoes on my difficult to fit feet, I probably would not have bought them if I had tried them on, but they will do the job I need them to do, so I chose to keep them

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