When it comes to sock sizing, it is important to find the right fit to ensure comfort and proper support for your feet. Socks that are too tight can restrict circulation and cause discomfort, while socks that are too loose may slip down or bunch up, leading to irritation and blisters. To help you find the right sock size, this chart provides a guide for our sock sizes.

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General guide on how to determine your sock size

1. Measure your foot length: Start by placing a ruler or tape measure on the floor. Stand with your full weight on the foot you are measuring and ensure that your heel is against a wall or other vertical surface. Measure from the back of your heel to the tip of your longest toe.

2. Determine your foot width: While foot length is the primary measurement for sock sizing, some charts also consider foot width. To measure your foot width, wrap a flexible measuring tape around the widest part of your foot.

3. Refer to a sock sizing chart: Once you have obtained your foot length and width measurements, consult a sock sizing chart to find the appropriate size. These charts typically list foot length ranges along with corresponding sock sizes.

It is important to note that different brands may have slight variations in their sizing systems, so it is always recommended to refer to the specific brand's sizing chart if available.