Baby & Toddler Shoe Sizes
Your baby’s feet are constantly developing and growing, so it’s important to buy shoes that are flexible, comfortable and supportive.
Before choosing a new pair of shoes, the first thing to check is the size of those little feet!
How to measure your baby’s shoe size
Stand your baby barefoot on a piece of paper and use a marker to gently trace around each foot. Print our size finder to make this easier.
Using a tape measure, measure the length from the heel to the tip of the longest toe. One foot may be slightly longer than the other; this is completely normal, especially for growing feet.
Add ½ inch, or 1.3 cm, to the longest measurement to allow room for growth, then use the sizing charts below to find the perfect size shoe for your baby or toddler.
Baby & Toddler Shoe Size Charts
My Mocs & My Moc Boots Size Chart
My Shoes & My Boots Size Chart
Tip: If your baby’s foot is between sizes order the next size up.
How often should you check your baby’s shoe size?
Kids’ feet grow quickly; some toddlers can gain a full shoe size in as little as 6 months! To make sure your baby’s shoes still fit properly, it’s best to measure their feet every 2 to 3 months.
How to check if your baby’s shoes fit
Indents or red marks on your baby’s feet, or signs of teetering, dragging or discomfort when they walk, usually indicate that shoes are too tight. There should be some room — approximately half an inch — between your baby’s toes and the end of the shoe. You can check this by gently pressing your thumb at the tip of each shoe while your baby is standing.
Another way to check that your baby’s shoes are the right fit is by inserting your pinky finger at the back of the heel — it should fit comfortably, without too much room between the foot and the shoe.