How to measure for a perfect shoe fit?

In Tajna Club Shoes, all shoes are made to order. We use this chance to  adjust each shoe according to our customer’s individual foot proportions. For a perfect fit, please do the measurements, according to the explanations below, and indicate them in the note section of your order at check out.
Please note that, while we will show the best effort to manufacture by the measurements that you provide, while proportioning the shoes, the measurement could vary slightly.

 

Foot Length:

 

Foot Length

  1. Gather paper, a pencil, and a ruler or a  tape measure.
  2. Sit down on a chair and place the paper on the floor.
  3. Place one foot on the paper and allow it to rest naturally.
  4. Holding the pencil perfectly vertically and perpendicular to the paper, mark the longest toe (generally the big toe) and the back of the heel, by tracing a line as closely as possible. It is important not to angle the pencil in or out.
  5. Using the ruler, measure the distance between the two lines that you traced, meaning the distance from the toe to the heel.

     

    where to measure for ankle calf and thigh

    Ankle Circumference:

    1. If you are ordering boots, taking the measure of your ankle perimeter, as indicated in the picture above as number 5, will be useful for a better fit.
    2. Wrap measuring tape around your ankle and take the measure.

    Calf Circumference:

    1. If you are ordering long boots, measurement of your calf as indicated with number 6 in the picture above, is needed.
    2. Wrap measuring tape around the largest part of your leg, between your knee and your ankle and take the measure. Don’t wrap the measuring tape too tight.

    Thigh Circumference:

    1. If you’re ordering an over-the-knee boot, then you should measure the perimeter of the part of your leg, that you would like the boot to finish. It is indicated with number 9 and 10 on the picture. You may decide on any area over your knee.
    2. Wrap measuring tape around your thigh (where you want the boot to finish) and take the measure. Don’t wrap the measuring tape too tight.

     

    Thank you!