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What is your shoe size?

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Hard to say, it seems to depend on the weather and the make of shoes! And my right foot is shorter than my left foot but also wider...... so a shoe that fits my left won't always fit my right. Oh and which country I'm shopping in seems to make a difference.
Basically, I try on at least three different sizes of shoe until I find the right one for that day and that design! Nothing if not awkward :)
9.5
sometimes even a 10.

I love my long feet.
I love my feet too. Good for us!! :-)))))
by Rice
yaaaa!
by jonaja
I take a 7 1/2 (Australia) but usually buy an 8 as half sizes are so rarely available these days. It's funny as my mother and I were the same height (mum is in her 80's now and has shortened) but her shoe size is much smaller - a five.
Ladies 9au
6.5 - one of the toughest to find!
6 to 6 ˝, wide fitting (UK size). I think that's a 6/ ˝ to 7 in Australia.
My shoe size is 8.
European size 6
6 Australian. I think that's a UK 4. I can often wear children's shoes which works out cheaply.
No I was wrong, it's a UK 5. I'm pretty sure my Doc Martens are a 4 though.
I have wear
by Gia
I wear between 10.5-11. I think in the cooler months I wear the smaller size.
by Gia
I'm a clod-hopper!
10 Straight, 12 Fractional (AUST).
Dépendent on manufacturer, can possibly drop to 9half C.
When I'm going to church, work or out somewhere, my shoe size is 8 1/2 or sometimes 9. When I'm home however, it's non existent - I love walking around in bare feet!
10
Depends on the brand of shoe between an 8 and a 10. I have a firm hold on terra firma.
Australian - 8
European - 39
UK - 5 1/2
American - 8.5
Women's 9.5 or 10 AUS
Size 42 European
I wear an Australian 11 in a woman's shoe. I often buy men's sneakers as they tend to be wider and therefore more comfortable for me. Then it is usually a size 10 but in some brands a 9 is okay. I recall Mum taking me shopping for shoes when I was 12 and the sales woman looking at my feet and saying, 'My, she HAS got big feet.'
7 and a 1/2 B . . but sizes are so weird I have 7s to 8s in my wardrobe.
by Rice
I was always a 7˝ however since wearing insoles, I am now a size 8 and even 8˝ sometimes
by Finy
I am a perfect 7. Hurray!
It depends on the shoe, quite honestley, they vary.so I,m not sure, maybe a size 8and a half.
10 Australian.
10 Australian.
I have been a size 5 from my early teens now in my 50's.
size 11 I should wear the boxes and trow away the shoes...
I was always 7, I'm size 7&1/2 -8. I recently heard it said that ones foot size gets bigger with (older) age!
by Miro
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