Curling Shoe Sizes - important informations

2015-10-24 18:17:00 / Skeki (english) / Comments 3

There a many systems to measure shoe sizes and that makes it irritating.

These points help in understanding how they work

  • shoe sizes are not exact lenghts but rather segments between 1 and 2 cms depending on the system
  • for curling shoes look for US M (Athl.) and US W (Athl.)
    In the graphics below its the lines with the blue border
  • if a curling shoe has inlays, it is more flexible in terms of fitting
  • if in doubt always go for the larger size
    • shoe shops offer different inlay sole which help you fit
    • winter socks need room too
  • if a shoe model is reported by our customers a too big or too small, you will find that in the text of the shoe.
    The same goes the other way round: if you dont find a remark in the product text, we havent heard anything about misfits.

Here comes a small graphis of Claus Färber which helps to translate the various systems.


Comments (3)
Total entries: 3

Skeki Service, 25.03.20 08:41

You should look for an M7 or M7 1/2. We always suggest to go a bit larger. That gives you the chance to wear thick socks. And with inlays you can always go a bit smaller if needed.

Skeki Service, 25.03.20 08:41

You should look for an M7 or M7 1/2. We always suggest to go a bit larger. That gives you the chance to wear thick socks. And with inlays you can always go a bit smaller if needed.

Tony morrin, 05.01.20 02:45

Can you advise if I am a UK size 6 mens what size if curling shoe would I order in the goldline style double grip shoe

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