Shoe Size Conversion

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Hotter shoes are carefully made in our Comfort Lab to UK sizes but if you’re wondering how these sizes correspond to the equivalent in European and US footwear then check out our handy shoe size conversion chart.


Women’s Shoe Size Conversion – Hotter UK/US/EU

Quickly convert your shoe size with our easy conversion chart.

Women’s shoes displayed on Hotter UK are listed in British sizing, to convert them to your local size please use the women’s conversion chart below.

Men’s Shoe Size Conversion – Hotter US/UK/EU

Quickly convert your shoe size with our easy conversion chart.

Men’s shoes displayed on Hotter UK are listed in British sizing, to convert them to your local size please use the men’s conversion chart below.


Did you know that our best-selling knee-boot Belle comes in two leg width fittings?

Here is a handy chart to show you exactly which size is best for you.

Now you can shop the full range in confidence…

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22 Comments

  • Nell Danzi says:

    Please open a store in North Jersey, USA.

  • Donna Karbach says:

    And open another store in Pleasanton, California!

  • Joann Marsh says:

    Yes please open one in La Quinta, California 92253

  • Kimberly Robinson says:

    I was so excited to receive your catalog today and quickly disappointed to see that you don’t carry any size 12 in women!
    Please make shoes in a size 12 for us ladies!!

  • D says:

    Very disappointed with my purchases from Hotter. I bought several pairs and had to return them because the shoes were much, much larger than shoes of the same listed size at any other retailer. I’ve even had to return the smaller-size shoes I received in exchange because they were still much too big.

  • Marty Nelson says:

    I wear US size 6.5 (definitely NOT wide!). I order 1 pair of open shoes to wear in summer and had to return because they were so WIDE. You indicate you have a SLIM size but I cannot determine how to order this size. No boots I select have this size available, i.e., if I order 6.5, the only width size available to choose is Standard or Wide. There is NO option to select SLIM. I do not wish to order a boot and have to return because it is too big. If there is something I am missing, please advise.

  • Ellen Rebarber says:

    unsure of size

  • Karen Karp says:

    I outlined my foot, measured between longest toe and heel, measured the widest part of my foot and now what? I cannot find any information about how to translate my measurements to correct shoe size and width.

    • Hello Karen

      Please go to the product that you would like to purchase on the website and on that page, on the right hand side above the sizes, select ‘size guide’. Once on that page choose your gender and it will take you to our interactive size guide where you will be able to enter your individual details.

  • Diane Carver says:

    I have RA Anand plantar fasciitis. I bought Oophos flip flops over the summer which has helped tremendously, but it’s winter and I need a really good shoe for all wear. I’ve had some success with Merrells, but I really love the looks of your Glove shoes, but my foot needs a really good arch support to keep my foot from the cramps I get in my arch. I couldn’t see inside your shoe in the picture well enough to see if the shoe has a built up arch. I thank you for any info you could give me to help me make my decision.

  • Valerie says:

    I really do not understand your fitting guide. When I finally found it (wow, it is really hidden!) it had crazy choices for size. I usually wear a US 8.5 or 9 medium and my foot appears to be around 9″ long but your crazy choices list things like 1/2, 5/8, 3/4… and I tried milimeters but that’s no better. Nothing works for the measurements. No way can I order your shoes if I can’t tell what fits and your sizing tool is useless.

  • Eliane Taylort says:

    I bought a lovely pair of leap but they are a bit to just. I follow your guide for “the perfect fit” having a tape measure a fiend ect and look for instructions but almost 45 minutes later I still don’t know what to do .

  • Rebecca Wilson says:

    Why can’t you carry narrow sizes for your good looking shoes? I’m sure there is a welcoming market for narrow width folks like me. It is as though we do not exist.

    Rebecca

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