Adidas Shoe Size Chart: Conversion for Men’s, Women’s & Kids’ Sneakers

Adidas shoe size charts for men, women and children! Measure your feet and convert inches into US, UK or Euro Adidas sizes. 

Do Adidas shoes run big or small? Do Adidas and Nike fit the same?

How do Adidas shoes run compared to Nike or Converse? Adidas is very often a little smaller. That’s why you should take a half or whole size bigger.

Adidas Shoe Size Chart

Use this chart to convert from inch or centimeter into the following shoe size systems: US, UK, EU, German, MX.

Inch (Heel-to-toe)US MenUS WomenUK SizeEU SizeCM (Heel-to-toe)
8.7453.53622.1
8.94.55.5436 2/322.5
9.0564.537 1/322.9
9.25.56.553823.3
9.4675.538 2/323.8
9.56.57.5639 1/324.2
9.7786.54024.6
9.87.58.5740 2/325
10.0897.541 1/325.5
10.28.59.584225.9
10.49108.542 2/326.3
10.59.510.5943 1/326.7
10.710119.54427.1
10.910.511.51044 2/327.6
11.0111210.545 1/328
11.211.512.5114628.4
11.3121311.546 2/328.8
11.512.513.51247 1/329.3
11.7131412.54829.7
11.913.514.51348 2/330.1
12.0141513.549 1/330.5
12.214.515.5145031
12.41514-50 2/331.4
12.7161551 1/332.2
13.3171652 2/333.9
13.7181753 1/334.8
14.0191854 2/335.6

At a Glance

  • To determine your foot length: (1) Place the foot on a sheet of paper. (2) Draw your toes and hell with a pencil. (3) Use a ruler to measure the longest distance of your foot. (4) Use our online converter to find your suitable shoe size.
  • A large part of the population doesn’t know their right shoe size to the detriment of the health of their feet. For children, in particular, an ill-fitting footwear has a negative influence on the quality of walking, and can affect their posture and bone growth.
  • Sizing varies per brand. For example, Nike always turns out a little smaller so it is recommended that you take a size bigger than usual. Adidas shoes also runs a little smaller, which is why you should take a half or whole size bigger. Standard Converse Sneakers run true to size although Chuck Taylor All Star Sneakers often run a half-size larger.

About Adidas

The Adidas brand combines sporty lifestyle with innovative trend products. High quality and the certainty that the products stand out from the crowd are always at the same time. The label combines tradition with modernity and sets stylistically confident accents that lend individuality to the urban street style. After Nike, Adidas is the world’s second-largest manufacturer of sporting goods, combining the Reebok and Taylor Made brands.

In 1920 the German Adolf Dassler and his brother Rudolf started producing sports shoes. What began in the mother’s laundry room at that time is now a global company that sets trends. Only four years later, the two of them founded the “Dassler Schuhfabrik” brothers in Herzogenaurach. In 1925 the first football shoe and a running shoe were produced.

The first shoes with studs were on the market and found great approval. Jesse Owens, an athlete, won four gold medals in Dassler’s shoes in 1936. Six years later, the first tennis shoe left the shoe factory of the Dassler brothers. The production of shoes did not continue until 1946. In 1948, Rudolf Dassler leaves the joint company. Rudolf founds the Puma label and the former Dassler Schuhfabrik brothers developed the Adidas brand. The name Adidas is made up of the nickname of the founder “Adi” and the first three letters of the last name “das” and stands for a sports label in the premium segment at affordable prices.

The famous three stripes

The logo with the three beams was introduced in 1949 and decorated the athlete’s shoes for the first time. One year later, the now famous Adidas stripes were registered as a registered trademark and the production of football boots was pushed. In 1967, the three iconic stripes first appeared on clothing. In 1971, a three-leafed paper joined the stripes. Even today, the original logo is still visible on Adidas Originals products.

The three stripes of the Adidas logo represent the three continental plates of the earth, with the three-leafed leaf symbolizing the Olympic spirit. The Adidas logo stands for the message:”Sport unifies and knows no bounds” The first accessories were introduced in 1952 with the legendary Adidas sports bags. The year of the World Cup made Adidas world-famous within minutes and has been known as the “Miracle of Bern” ever since. At the 1954 World Cup, it was raining and the coach used Adidas football boots with screw-in studs. The Adidas cleated shoes thus contributed to the victory of the German national team in Bern, as the German players had a firm grip on the wet lawn. The new development of the sprint shoes followed in 1957.

Adidas: From sports brand to lifestyle product

Adidas is one of the global players in the sports business. The three stripes are now more trendy than ever before and have become indispensable. Athletes apply the label from a young age because it combines style with quality and presents a suitable outfit for every sport. The sportswear is performance-oriented and adapts like the shoes, as well as the equipment, to the sporting challenges. Quality meets performance and understatement. Adidas combines sport with urban lifestyle and fashion that convinces. From young to old, trendsetters wear the brand and show that you don’t have to give up comfortable chic when it comes to sport or leisure time.

Adidas Sneaker Trends 2019

Light pastel shades such as nude, lilac, rose or soft blue shades are absolutely trendy. Earthy tones such as rust red, beige, khaki or brown can also be seen on the feet of the trendsetters. The absolute must-have is the trend sneakers Adidas EQT, Adidas Stan Smith and Adidas Superstar. Retro sportswear has never been so trendy to wear as it is today.