Size Guide

When you order your first pair of Vass Shoes we recommend to choose size and shape that is equivalent to your other leather shoes.
We use EU sizes and we produce the shoes with regular-F fit (however shoes with different fit can be backordered).

Size comparison chart

If you already own a pair of VASS Shoes or if you would like to try a different shape, our sizing between the lasts can help.
Adjust the first two columns for a last and size you already have or know, and check what size to choose for the others.
(Please note that this is a basic sizing between the different lasts.)

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S
K
U
F
P2
R
3636
BP
P
39
39.5
40
40.5
41
41.5
42
42.5
43
43.5
44
44.5
45
45.5
46
46.5
47
S
K
U
F
P2
R
3636
BP
P
39
39.5
40
40.5
41
41.5
42
42.5
43
43.5
44
44.5
45
45.5
46
46.5
47

Narrow lasts with contemporary and fashionable look

U * square toe

U * square toe

K * pointy toe

K * pointy toe

S * flat and very elongated

S * flat and very elongated

Normal lasts with elegant and classic appearance

F * classic and modern

F * classic and modern

P2 * classic and a little rounder

P2 * classic and a little rounder

R * rounded and comfortable

R * rounded and comfortable

Round lasts with comfortable fit

BP * round and comfortable with high toe

BP * round and comfortable with high toe

3636 * round and very comfortable fit

3636 * round and very comfortable fit

P * wider heel, short toe (only for Slippers and Norwegers)

P * wider heel, short toe
(only for Slippers and Norwegers)

Are you unsure about your size?
Please, visit a shoemaker to measure your feet or if it’s not possible, measure it yourself with the help of our guidance. Send us the information requested on the first page to info@vass-shoes.com. The videos will help you to measure.

Taking measurements by yourself is usually not completely exact, but we will do our best to recommend the most approriate shoes for you. Please note that this may take a few business days for us.

How to measure the width of your feet? (A in guidance)

How to measure the instep of your feet? (B in guidance)