Sizing Help

We know how important it is to have shoes that fit well. Each shoe style fits differently due to the use of different shoemaking constructions. For this reason, it’s important to look at the specific size guide of the shoe you would like to order. If you are still unsure or have further queries please feel free to email us at:




Our Shoe Size app helps recommend which size of a particular Po-Zu style would best fit you based on shoes you already own. To get started, click the "Do you need size advice?" button on each product page.

If you are unsure with the size recommendation given by our Shoe Size app, please double check our sizing charts or email us at:

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Follow these 3 simple steps to measure your feet, then compare your largest foot measurement to the Women's or Men's sizing chart.


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  • Whilst wearing socks, stand on top of a piece of paper with your heel against a wall.
  • Draw around your foot. For the most accurate measurement, we recommend asking someone else to draw and keep the pencil upright.
  • Measure the longest distance between your heel and longest toe.
  • Add 7mm (or a 1/4" inch) to the length measurement for comfort.


  • This measurement is important if you have wide or narrow feet.
  • Wrap a piece of string around the circumference of your foot width. Please note that the widest part of your foot may be at a slight angle.
  • Measure the piece of string against a ruler.


  • This measurement is important if you are looking at any of our high-top sneakers or boots.
  • Wrap a piece of string around the circumference of the biggest part of your foot, measuring around your heel and ankle.
  • Measure the piece of string against a ruler. 


Repeat these measurements for your other foot. Using the largest length (with the 7mm / 1/4" inch added for comfort), joint and instep measurement, compare these measurements against the sizing chart of your chosen style of our Women's or Men's shoe.

Please note that whilst your length measurement is most important, a larger joint or instep measurement may influence which size is more comfortable for you. Specifically, if your joint or instep measurement puts you in a larger size category than your length measurement, the larger size may be a better fit.

If you are still unsure or have further queries please feel free to email us at:


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