To estimate your size in our shoes, please use this generalised guideline.  Please note that the accuracy of the results vary depending on the way the person takes the measurements, how precisely the length and width are taken, etc.  As a result we only present this as a generalised guide.

 

If you need further assistance regarding the correct size you would need, please follow the instructions of the measuring guide and send an email (meccariellocustomerservice@gmail.com) with the measurements (A-C-D-E) you have taken, along with the size and brand of other shoes you wear, and please indicate how well they fit and if there are any problems associated with these shoes.

A = length

C = Circumference

D =Instep

E = look below at the Chad Miller example on how to  determine where this measuremet must be taken ( long Girth)

Please note that sizes have variations between manufacturers and that one size in one brand will not always be the same fitting as a the same size of a different brand. For example if you own a Crockett and Jones 8 UK, in our shoes you would choose an 8.5. We suggest you read the instructions and the feedback from our customers to have a better idea for sizing.

 

Our sizes are calibrated to standard English (UK) size and fitting (E). A generalized sizing table is provided below.

 

UK5.566.577.588.599.51010.51111.512
US66.577-588.599.51010. 51111.51212.5
EU39.54040.54141.54242.54343.54444.54545.543
Japan24.52525.52626.52727.52828.52929.53030.531
Centimeters24.124.62525.425.826.226.727.127.62828.428.829.229.6
Width in cm
D23.5 23.75 24 24.25 24.5 24.75 25 25.25 25.5 25.75 26 26.25 26.5 26.75
E24 24.2524.524.752525.2525.525.7526 26.2526.526.7527 27.25
F24.524.752525.2525.525.752626.2526.5 26.752727.2527.527.75

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How to correctly take your foot measurements:

 

 

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1. Measure the length of your foot (measurement A): Please take care to use a square tool as a CD case (for example) to determine the exact point of the length. (IT IS VERY IMPORTANT THAT YOU PLACE YOUR HEEL AGAINST A VERTICAL SURFACE i.e 90 degrees, AND TO PLACE AGAINST YOUR LARGE TOE ANOTHER VERTICAL SURFACE SUCH AS A BOOK/CD CASE)

3. Measure the circumference of the Vamp  of your foot (measurement C):

4.Measure the circumference of  instep of your foot ( measure D)

To approximate your size we give the following example:

Length (A) 28cm,  Vamp (C) 25cm, Instep (D) 26.5cm

  1. Add the values of C and D  to give a total value x  (in our example 25cm + 26.5cm = 51.5cm)
  2. Divide value x by 2 to get value y. This gives the median width for the foot (in our example 51.5cm/2 = 25.75cm)

 

Now turn to the sizing table at the top of the page.

  1. Check the centimeter length (CM) for value A and find the closest UK size equivalent. (in our example 28cm corresponds to UK size 10)
  2. On the Width table, check value y on the E fitting scale and look upwards to get a UK size equivalent. (in our example 25.75cm corresponds to UK size 9)
  3. Add the two UK sizes together and divide by 2. This is the UK size in E fitting that you should buy. (in our example 10+9=19,  19/2= 9.5 which means the correct size to buy is size 9.5 UK in E fitting)

Use the same calculations for different fittings eg: D and F.

From our theoretical example:

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As stated above, this is a generalised guide to estimate your size.

 

Below is an example provided by one of our clients:

 

 

IF YOU WISH TO HAVE A COMPARISON BETWEEN THE FITTING/SIZING OF OUR SHOE IN COMPARISON TO OTHER MAKERS, PLEASE CLICK ON THIS LINK TO SEE A LIST OF OUR CLIENTS’ FEEDBACK 

Our lasts have the same fitting and only the toe shape is changed. The Hawksbill last has a slight ‘Banana” shape, if you have particularly longer toes we suggest getting a half size larger. The Chisel 2 last is slightly longer than the other lasts to accomodate the longer chisel toe. Last B has a higher toebox.
Our upper leathers are all sourced from tanneries in France, Italy, and Germany. We use crust and boxcalf depending on the colour and effect (such as museum and misty) that is required. The soles are oak bark tanned.

 

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