Taos Fit Details

This shoe runs true to size. We recommend sticking with your usual 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

Taos Size Guide

How to Find you 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 you 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 you 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. The Narrow fits Narrow feet. The Regular fits Regular to Wider width feet. About 80% of the population are suited to the Regular fit. If you already own a pair of Birkenstocks or are trying them on in store - check out the little foot symbol on the footbed of the shoe (between the arch and heel) or on the shoe box. If the foot is coloured in, it is a Narrow (N). If it is just an outline of a foot, it is a Regular (R).
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Reviewed by Michelle G., from Australia
Rated 3 out of 5
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3 Stars

So far I have loved anything and everything Taos. These do fit my wider feet, but only just.

Unfortunately the quality in these little boots seems to be quite far from the other Taos shoes/ boots.

They just don?t have the quality I was expecting. I am still getting used to them as I have bunions and my feet take a while to adapt to new shoes.

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