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Sizing & Fit

This size guide is here to assist you in finding the right shoe size, but if you have any questions about fit or sizing on a specific product, please contact our wonderful Customer Services team - they have tried on 90% of our styles for fit advice, and they'll be happy to help.

Our footwear is in EU sizing, but we always try to give a conversion to UK sizing online. 






Unfortunately we don't make our shoes in half sizes - but if a specific product has any sizing suggestions or fitting notes, it will be shown in the product description or the 'More Details' tab. 


What size should I pick?

Using your foot length we can help to select the most appropriate size for you. All Moda in Pelle styles are a standard width fitting. 

Below are the basic foot length measurements for each size, should you be in between 2 measurements, the larger will provide the most comfortable fit. Measurements are given in mm.

Most people’s feet are slightly different sizes so if you do have one foot longer than the other, go with the larger measurement. 

We strive to keep a consistent fit between products, however products may feel slightly different depending on the styling. If a specific product has any sizing suggestions or fitting notes, it will be shown in the product description or the 'More Details' tab. 

If you are unsure, contact our amazing customer service team at customerservice@modainpelle.com or on 0113 2007 310. 

How to measure your foot length

Place your foot flat on a piece of plain paper
Make sure you are stood straight and evenly balanced
Draw around your foot being careful not to tuck the pen underneath the toe or heel
Measure the distance between the heel and the longest toe.
This will give you a foot length, repeat for both feet


Measuring Heel Height

We measure our heel heights (in centimeters) by placing the heel on a flat surface and then measuring from the surface to the top of the heel.


Measuring Boot Height

We measure our boot heights (in centimeters) from the back of the boot, from the top of the heel all the way up.


Why do some shoes fit differently in the same size?

Our shoes are fit tested with our technologist and fit models to fit as many people as possible however everybody will have slightly different feet. The upper pattern of a shoe can have an impact on the fit as well as the material used. A patent or polished leather will feel tighter than a soft leather or suede however, leather will give and mould to the shape of your foot. We have suggested specific fit information on the product details to help you select the best size. 

I have a high instep / slim feet - what kind of shoes should I look for?

For a high instep we would suggest pull on styles with a lower cut, styles with elastic adjustment / flex or adjustable styles such as lace ups which can be personalised over the instep. 

For slimmer fits we would suggest higher cut flat shoes to give extra security, in addition we can also recommend a half insole to help keep the foot in the intended position. 

Are there any comfortable high heels?

All of our heeled product is designed with padding underneath the ball of the foot and under the arch to provide support and comfort when wearing all day. For extra levels of comfort try a wedge or a platform style as with these the pitch of the heel is reduced, making the foot feel more comfortable and secure. 

Do you have any slim / wide leg boots?

Like our foot widths our boots are designed to fit as many legs as possible. This means that where we have a more formal, close fitting boot we try to incorporate stretch materials to aid leg fitting. We have specified some leg fittings on the product details and given boot dimensions, these are the measurement of the boot itself, not the leg it is intended to fit. 

As a general rule, we would recommend riding boot styles with back stretch for a wider calf and adjustable / lace up designs that can be tightened for a slimmer calf.