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Columbia Shoe Sizing Charts

Columbia Men's Shoe and Boot Size Chart
USUKEuropeCentimeters
76.54025
7.5740 2/325.5
87.541 1/326
8.584226.5
98.542 2/327
9.5943 1/327.5
109.54428
10.51044 2/328.5
1110.545 1/329
11.5114629.5
1211.546 2/330
1312.54831
1413.549 1/332
1514.550 2/333
1615.55234
1716.553 1/335

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Columbia Women's Shoe and Boot Size Chart
USUKEuropeCentimeters
53.53622
5.5436 2/322.5
64.537 1/323
6.553823.5
75.538 2/324
7.5639 1/324.5
86.54025
8.5740 2/325.5
97.541 1/326
9.584226.5
108.542 2/327
10.5943 1/327.5
119.54428
1210.545 1/329

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Columbia Kids' Shoe and Boot Size Chart
USUKEuropeCentimeters
4K3.518 2/39
5K4.52010
6K5.521 1/311
7K6.522 2/312
8K7.52413
9K8.525 1/314
10K9.526 2/315
11K10.52816
12K11.529 1/317
12.5K123017.5
13K12.530 2/318
113.53219
21.533 1/320
32.534 2/321
43.53622
54.537 1/323
5.553823.5
65.538 2/324
764025

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Tips:

- If you are prone to blisters and calluses or if your foot falls asleep or cramps during activity, this could be a sign that your shoes are too small

- Don't be afraid to go a half size up! Most people buying athletic footwear will size a half size to a full size up from their dress shoe

- If your heel is slipping, try to lace the shoes differently or try a different insole before sizing down

- If you have problems with bunions or circulation, try a wider size to reduce irritation

- It is not uncommon for your feet to be different sizes; make sure the larger foot has enough room in the toe box

- Not everyone's "big toe" is the longest; make sure the longest toe is not touching the end of the shoe or cramped

- If you are fitting a child, you may want to buy a slightly larger size to allow room to grow

Ensure a Proper Fit:

While wearing your shoes...

1. Tap your heel back into the shoe, ensuring your heel is as far back in the shoe as possible

2. Have someone use their thumb and push down on the end of the shoe

3. You should have half a thumb width from the end of your toe to the end of the shoe

Note: This is suggestive sizing. Factors such as brand, arch type, foot shape, personal preference and activity will alter the way footwear should fit.

For additional help sizing your foot, visit your local DICK's Sporting Goods for assistance