Let’s start with making one thing clear: your feet are not that very special. 9/10 customers that we speak to consider their feet to be very special, different, rare, hard-to-please, too wide, too narrow and so on. Listen: they’re not. It’s a very high chance that your feet are very similar to all the feet we see on an everyday basis. So relax, your feet are pretty normal. Either way, no matter if you have narrow, standard, wide or something in-between we got you covered.
Let’s get to it. These are our best recommendations on how to select the right size:
We do have a size guide for all different models but, when it comes to information regarding sizing: it can never be too much. Why? Because there are quite some things to consider. Maybe you’re used to buy all your shoes in one size and maybe they’ve all fit quite good. However, to get the perfect fit we recommend you to measure your feet instead of choosing what you’ve always been wearing. Just by comparing our collections, there is a difference between our different models and there is also a difference in how you want the shoe to fit your foot.
To make it easier – we will go through each step for you.
It's very easy: all our shoes are made on three types of lasts. Different model, different last – Easy!
Three different models, will in most cases mean three different sizes. One for each of them.
1. We have one last for our loafers. This means all loafers have the same fit and hence the same size.
2. We have one last for our lace-ups and boots. This means all lace-ups and boots have the same fit and hence the same size.
3. We have one last for our sneakers.
Example: If you wear size UK10 in The Oxford, we recommend selecting UK9.5 in our loafers.
Below we cover our recommended sizes for each model in the collection and our different recommendations on how to measure your size.
Morjas VS. other brands: In this table you can check how the size in Morjas compares to other brands. In the column "pick the same size" we recommend selecting the same size as you wear in these brands. For example: If you wear Carmina, Church's, Crockett & Jones etc. we recommend selecting the same size in Morjas.
If you wear Alden, Allen Edmonds and so on we recommend going down half a size, for example: if you have size 10 in these brands we recommend selecting 9.5 in Morjas.
If you prefer measuring your feet do like this:
Wearing socks, stand on a piece of paper with your feet against the wall. Make a mark at the front of your big toe. Now measure between the base of the paper to the marked line and select the size from our size chart for each model below.
The below chart illustrates conversions for our loafers to help simplify the sizing process based on what sizes you are used to wearing.
The below chart illustrates conversions for our lace-ups to help simplify the sizing process based on what sizes you are used to wearing.
The below chart illustrates conversions for our sneakers to help simplify the sizing process based on what sizes you are used to wearing.
The below chart illustrates conversions for our trainers to help simplify the sizing process based on what sizes you are used to wearing.
The below chart illustrates conversions for our espadrilles to help simplify the sizing process based on what sizes you are used to wearing.
The Penny Loafer and The Tassel Loafer are made on the same last and have the same fit.
Narrow/Standard feet: Select half a size down from what you normally wear in lace-up shoes.
Wide/High instep: Select the same size as you normally wear in lace-up shoes and loafers.
The Oxford, The Derby, The PTB, The Chelsea, The Single Monkstrap and The Double Monkstrap are true to size. Select the size you normally wear in other dress shoes.Lace-ups
Fits true to size. Select the same size you have in other sneakers and dress shoes. If you're using a sport sneaker (like Nike) as a preference: select one size down.The Sneaker
Fits true to size. Select the same size you have in other sneakers and dress shoes. If you're using a sport sneaker (like Nike) as a preference: select one size down.The Trainer
The Espadrille runs large. Select one full size down from what you normally wear in dressed shoes. If using a sport sneaker as a preference, please select two sizes down. The Espadrille should feel tight in the beginning as they will stretch and become comfortable after just a few wears.
And yes, we understand what you're thinking "Why don't you just make it true to size?". But it's not that easy. We want The Espadrille to be soft without any inner lining. Why? Because it looks better, it feels better and it breathes better. The flip side? The suede stretches quite easy why we recommend going down in size. Otherwise they will slip off your feet after the suede have stretched after a few wears.
Still debating? We’re always here for you. Just contact us through our live chat or email. Or just give us a call 🙂