Baby Shoe Size Chart

The Baby Shoe Size Chart provides the corresponding US, UK, and EU sizes for baby shoes, along with their inch and centimeter measurements.
US Size UK Size EU Size Inch CM
0.5 0 16 3.25″ 8.3
1 0.5 16 3.5″ 8.9
1.5 1 17 3.625″ 9.2
2 1 17 3.75″ 9.5
2.5 1.5 18 4″ 10.2
3 2 18 4.125″ 10.5
3.5 2.5 19 4.25″ 10.8
4 3 19 4.5″ 11.4
4.5 3.5 20 4.625″ 11.7
5 4 20 4.75″ 12.1
5.5 4.5 21 5″ 12.7
6 5 22 5.125″ 13
6.5 5.5 22 5.25″ 13.3
7 6 23 5.5″ 14

The Baby Shoe Size Chart provides a comprehensive reference for parents and caregivers to determine the appropriate shoe size for babies and toddlers. The chart includes US, UK, and EU shoe sizes, as well as corresponding measurements in inches and centimeters. By referring to this chart, caregivers can ensure that they select shoes that fit comfortably and provide proper support for their little ones’ growing feet.


How do I measure my baby's shoe size?

To measure your baby's shoe size, place their foot on a piece of paper and trace the outline. Measure the distance from the heel to the longest toe, and refer to a baby shoe size chart to find the corresponding size.

Are baby shoe sizes the same as adult shoe sizes?

No, baby shoe sizes are different from adult shoe sizes. Baby shoe sizes typically range from 0-24 months, while adult sizes start from 1 and go up to larger numbers based on the shoe brand's sizing system.

How often should I measure my baby's shoe size?

It is recommended to measure your baby's shoe size every two to three months, as their feet can grow rapidly in the first few years. Regularly checking their size ensures they are wearing shoes that fit properly and allows for healthy foot development.

What should I consider when buying baby shoes?

When buying baby shoes, consider the material of the shoes, the flexibility of the sole, and the shoes' ability to provide proper support for your baby's feet. It's important to choose shoes that are comfortable, breathable, and have a good fit.

Can I use a general shoe size chart for my baby?

It's best to use a specific baby shoe size chart as baby feet have unique features and proportions. General shoe size charts may not accurately account for the special considerations needed for your baby's foot development.

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