Size Guide

How To Find The Best Fit

Each child's foot is unique and can vary in size from cute and chubby to little and petite. We suggest measuring your child's foot from heel to big toe (without shoes on) before purchasing, to determine which size is best for your little.

If your child is in between sizes, we recommend going with a smaller size in our soft-soled leather and suede moccasins, since leather and suede have a tendency to stretch. For this reason, new pairs of moccasins will look smaller than older pairs that have stretched over time.

When buying hard soled sandals and shoes we recommend sizing up.

SIZING CHARTS
Soft-Sole & Mini-Sole Shoes
Children Sandals & Sneakers
Sizing FAQS

When your little’s toes are pushing at the seam and the heel is sitting at the way back of the mocc. When a foot is growing in a soft sole, you will see the foot with push back into the heel and fill it out.

If there is a slouch in the heel, there is still room to grow.

Soft Soles: We recommend sizing down as the leather will stretch.

Sandals: We recommend sizing up as the prong free buckle is adjustable.

Sneakers: We recommend sizing up for your childs comfort.

Each form (mocc, sneaker, sandal) is a little different. We suggest measuring your child’s foot and referring to the sizing guide for that specific form.

Moccs follow a different sizing than the average baby shoe. Please measure to find the perfect fit!

Helpful Form & Leather Tips
Moccs
UT Collection Leather

Fit: Utah Leathers run true to size and stretches with growth.

Tips: With this soft leather, the ankle openings are easier to cinch.

Metallic Leather

Fit: Extra soft and stretchy. Narrow ankle openings due to clinched leather.

Tips: Great for babies with narrow or tiny ankles.

Classic Leather

Fit: Extra durable leather with less stretch around the ankle. 

Tips: With wear the ankle openings will soften and start to mold to your babes ankles, and clinch more around the elastic.

Chelsea Boot

Fit: Chelsea Boots fit longer & wider than other Soft Soles due to lack of elastic around the ankle.

Tips: Size down for narrow feet in the Chelsea Boots, great option for wide/chubby feet.

Oxford Mocc

Fit: Oxfords are more narrow due to the crossed elastic.

Tips: For chubby feet, we recommend sizing up if in-between sizes in Oxfords.

Mini Soles II

Fit: Mini Soles fit the same as Soft Soles, however they will not stretch with wear like Soft Soles.

Tips: Size down if in between sizes. 

Sandals
Bixby Sandal

Fit: More narrow fit due to caged design around toes.

Tips: For chubby feet, size up in sizing. 

Newport Clog

Fit: The clog tends to fit more narrow, making it the perfect shoe for tiny feet. 

Tips: We recommend sizing up for a better fit, if in-between sizing. 

Delray Sandal

Fit: This style is perfect for babe's with chubby feet. The adjustable straps makes it comfortable for them. 

Tips: We recommend sizing up for a better fit, if in-between sizing. 

Sanibel Sandal

Fit: This style is perfect for those with narrow feet. Easy to buckle for your little one. 

Tips: We recommend sizing up for a better fit, if in-between sizing.

Malibu Sandal

Fit: The Malibu Sandal is a great fit for those with narrow and long feet. 

Tips: We recommend sizing up for a better fit, if in-between sizing.

Saybrook Sandal

Fit: The Saybrook Sandal tends to fit more narrow, making it the perfect shoe for tiny feet. 

Tips: We recommend sizing up for a better fit, if in-between sizing.