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Average Foot Size

A common complaint we here a lot is that "my children wont stop growing and they are costing me a fortune!". Luckily they found BootXchange.com! Unless you stop feeding them (they tend to complain), that's what they do!

We did some research and found some interesting facts regarding the growth of children's feet:

  • Between ages 2-5, children's feet can grow up to 4 sizes (about 1.1cm per year).
  • Between ages 6-10, children's feet can grow up to 7 sizes (about 1.3cm per year).
  • Between ages 10-15, children's feet can grow up to 5 sizes (about 1.2cm per year).
  • Between ages 12-17, a boy's foot will only grow an additional 10% and girls only about 2%.

All Children are Different

Not all children hit growth spurts at the same time. Sometimes for example a five-year-old child can sometimes go close to a year with the same size foot, then suddenly grow three sizes over the next six months.

If your child seems to be growing faster or slower than the average rates shown above, don't panic—it's normal. There's also nothing wrong with a child having feet a few sizes larger or smaller than the average. They could both easily end up the same size after a couple years (and if they don't, that's still normal).

Further findings

  • Our research also shows that when selecting football boots to allow for the thicker football sock add half a size, although it doesn't always follow.
  • Our experience also shows that parents often get their children's feet measured at Clarks and then need to add at least half a size when choosing branded trainers and a whole size for football boots.
  • Our experience also shows that Adidas are often narrower/smaller than Nikes, with Puma being the widest. This can obviously depend on the style chosen and foot shape of the child.
  • If your child has a wider foot or high instep then 'sock boots' are probably not for them, as it can be difficult to get the foot into the narrow opening.

How can you help?

Our customers have been vital in providing us with valuable data to enable us to provide this information (see graphs below). If you would like to help get more accurate results, please add your children's data here

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