What size Vivobarefoot should I buy?

Vivobarefoot Size Guide

Most people will find that buying shoes online is not as simple as you may think. It is obviously easier to be in store and try the shoes on for size before purchasing them. Vivobarefoot has a great size guide that you can make use of when making such a decision.

It uses shoes that you already own and wear as a yardstick to measure what size Vivobarefoot shoes would be a good fit for you. This article will take you through how this process works. It is not difficult at all.

There isn’t a vivobarefoot size chart. Those things are not an exact science. This method works better. You are not using random data but basing your decision on one that you have already gotten right. Do you have a shoe in another brand that fits you well? That’s all the data you need to make this method work.

Charts tend to be more rigid. They don’t consider that people are unique. Not everyone will fit into the boxes that are on a chart.

How should Vivobarefoot shoes fit?

Vivobarefoot and any other shoes have not got a way to fit. It will always come down to individual preference. The idea of Vivobarefoot is for you to feel. For this to work, you would want a shoe that fits around your foot. One that doesn’t constrain your feet but also doesn’t leave the excess room.

After You Pick a Shoe

So you would have found the best shoe for you and are now wondering what size is the best for you.

There is a FitFinder that is designed to help you with this. Firstly, On the left-hand column, you will see the shoe that you already saved. In this case, I have selected that I own a pair of Adidas shoes.

There is an option that allows you to search for any brand that you own to the right-hand side. Most of the popular brands are available on this extensive list. Once you have found your brand, click on it.

When you click on the brand that you own, a button shows us. This will prompt you to confirm a selection.

You will then be asked to choose what kind of shoe this is. Find the option that best matches your shoes and select it.

Next, the site will take you to sizes. This is where you will be asked to select the size that you wear in the brand that you have selected. I believe the default will depend on where in the world you are viewing the website from. As I am in the UK, the sizes are UK sizes. There is a little menu that will bring up a few other options.

You can choose sizes in:

  • British sizes
  • European sizes
  • American sizes

The final step is selecting the width of your foot. This is something that shoe manufacturers often neglect to factor in when making shoes. You can choose between narrow, average, and wide. I will assume that you know your feet well enough to make this judgment. This is somewhat self-explanatory if you have narrow feet, average feet, or wide feet.

Once you have selected this option, you are all done. Vivobarefoot’s system will then work to ensure that you are shown the right size for each shoe that you choose from the store. This is always a revelation for most people. It isn’t easy to have to endure shoes that are not the right fit.

If you are spending money on shoes, this is a box that has to be ticked. Provided you have followed all these steps one by one, and you should be covered. If they are not quite the fit that you had hoped, you have 30 days to return these to get a replacement or a refund.

Hopefully, this guide has answered any questions you may have about the sizing guide. If you have any other questions that I may not have covered, drop a comment below, and I will see to it that we answer you.

Hi there. This is Clare. Dave and I manage this site. We are outdoor enthusiasts. Most of the content is about products that we love using or have researched.
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