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Shoe Size Conversion Calculator

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Shoe size measurement depends on the country where you live. There are four popular measurements used across the world – English, United States, Japanese and European. If you Live in United States and buy your shoes in England remember your shoe size changes. An English size 8 is same as size 9 in the United states. Our shoe size converter will help you make the right selection.
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