Let's Find Your Size!
First things first. You are going to need a ruler (or some kind of measuring device), a pen, and some paper. You are also going to need a bit of a patience because measuring your foot correctly is a huge factor in buying skates online! Don't forget to measure both feet and make your selection based of your biggest foot.
We always recommend wearing a sock when measuring, because you can always make a skate that is slightly too big work, you can never skate in a skate that is too small. Below is a list of the most widely used and available size charts. Additionally, all our product pages have size charts that correspond to their correct skate style. We listed Moxi's size chart first because we felt they had the best way to measure your foot!
Lastly, Chaya, Crazy, and Powerslide have great size charts but tend to differ from style to style so we recommend checking out each individual product page while still measuring your foot for accuracy!
Moxi Roller Skates
The Moxi size chart is probably the most straightforward size chart out there! Be sure follow the measure instructions carefully and really take some time to figure out your size! Our tip is that the Beach Bunny's, Panthers, and Jungles (because of their thicker construction) tend to fit slightly tighter, therefor we do not recommend going a full 1.5 size away from your normal shoe size.
The best best way to use this chart is to find YOUR size on the chart and then look left to the teal area and see what Moxi size you line up with!
Jackson Roller Skates
Jackson's size charts are a little confusing. Some run in mens sizes and others in women's. Make sure you read each description carefully.
Riedell Roller Skates
Riedell Skates has an entire matrix on how to size each boot. Its important you have patience with this process so you get the right fit!
Riedell can be a little confusing so make sure you know the boot number you are trying to size for like the Riedell Zone "135" and it'll make it easier to search!Print Riedell Size Guide