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Girls' Shoe Size by Age Chart

Find girls' shoe size based on age

Buying kids' shoes without trying on is not easy (and actually not recommended). But sometimes, you might want to buy shoes as a gift. And bringing a pair of shoes (that may fit) is a lot more fun than bringing a gift card from the shoe store. (But make sure the shoe store has a fair return policy!)

The chart below will help you pick out a pair of shoes based on girl's age.

But always remember that kids' feet are different - our Shoe Size by Age Chart is just a guideline! Good luck!

How to Use Girls' Shoe Size by Age Chart?

First: Find your the age of the kid Then: Use the chart to find the corresponding shoe size. One tip from us to you: If you have to choose between two different sizes, always round up.

Shoe Size by Age - Girls:

Please remember that all sizes are approximations only. They are not recommended for proper sizing.
Girl'S Age US UK EU
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New born (NB) 0-1 (C) 0-0.5 15-16
3 months 1-2 (C) 0.5-1 16-17
6 months 2.5-3 (C) 1.5-2 17.5-18
12 months 4 (C) 3 19
18 months 5-5.5 (C) 4-4.5 20-20.5
2 years 6-8 (C) 5-7 21-23
3 years 8-9 (C) 7-8 23-25
4 years 10 (C) 9 26
5 years 11-11.5 (C) 10-10.5 27.5-28
6 years 12-13 (C) 11 29
7 years 12-13 (C) 11-12 29-30.5
8 years 1-2 (Y) 13-1(Y) 31-32
9 years 2-4 (Y) 1- 3(Y) 32-35
10 years 4-6 (Y) 3-5(Y) 35-37

Tips, Tricks or Questions?

Did the sizes from the chart fit your girl? Maybe not? Do you have tips or tricks on shoe sizing based on age? Tell us about it! Thanks!

Note: All our size charts are guidelines.

Sizes may vary with brands, models and manufacturers. Due to this fact, we can not guarantee that our size charts always will show the right sizes.

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