Asics Size Chart for Men and women’s running shoes

This post was last updated on March 6th, 2022 at 10:53 pm

Asics men’s and women’s size chart

Asics is one of the most renowned brands in running shoes and but a little different when we look at the size information. Backed by our dozens of pages on shoe sizing, we offer a complete Asics sizing chart and conversion table for men and women’s Asics shoes. What’s the best Asics Size? Take your regular size and go at least half a size down.

Verdict: Asics runs about a full US size big in men’s sizes and requires sizing down from most brands. Women’s models run true to size or half-a-size big.

The best shoe size starts with measuring your feet. Check it below or in this separate post.

If you already have a pair of Saucony, OnBrooks, or New Balance, Hoka running shoes that fit you well, go with the same size for your Asics shoes. Compared with Nike and Adidas shoes it’s best to take one size down

Discover your perfect size in the below Asics running shoes sizing chart with size conversion in UK, US and EU sizes. Like in all Shoe size charts, we recommend measuring your foot length. When you fall in between sizes in the below size tables, pick the larger one.

Asics Shoes Sizing Table of content

Asics men’s size chart

Asics Men’s shoe sizes in 1 complete and easy to understand size table with size conversion between foot length (in cm and inches) and International sizes like CN, JP, Mondo, US, UK and EU sizing

Big Kids of 10 years already have an EU size 36, US 4, or UK 3. So you can choose Asics Boys shoe size in the below table as well.

How to measure your foot?

Feetlength CM (CN, JP, Mondo)Feetlength InchesUSUKEU

Asics women’s size chart

Asics shoe women’s sizes in 1 complete and easy to understand size table with size conversion between foot length (in cm and inches) and International sizes like CN, JP, Mondo, US, UK and EU sizing

Big Kids of 9 years already have an EU size 35, US 3, or UK 2. So you can choose Asics Girls shoe size in the below table as well.

How to measure your foot?

Foot Length CM (CN, JP, Mondo)Foot Length InchesUSUKEU

Asics Kids Shoes Size


Popular Asics shoes

Asics women’s to men shoe size conversion

Foot length in CM
(CN, JP, Mondo)
Foot length in
Asics US Size Women Asics UK Size Women Asics EU Size
Asics US Size MenAsics UK Size Men
25.5 cm 10.04 ” 4076.5
26 cm 10.24 ” 9740½7.57
26.5 cm 10.43 ” 4187.5
27 cm 10.63 ” 108428.58
27.5 cm 10.83 ” 10½42½98.5
28 cm 11.02 ” 119439.59
The full Asics women to men’s Shoes Size Convertion in US, UK and EU sizes on
Asics Size Guide for men women kids
Asics Size Guide for men women kids

Asics shoe sizing compared to other brands

Size Comparison Chart

Foot length (mm)AsicsNikeNew BalanceBrooksSauconySkechersAdidas
Men’s US sizes
Women’s US sizes

Measure your feet for the right size of your Asics running shoe

How do I know my Asics size?

You will need: your running socks, a piece of paper or cardboard, a tape measure or ruler, and a pen

Time needed: 3 minutes.

How should Asics shoes fit and how to define the perfect fitting running shoe Size?
10 easy steps to measure your feet correctly:

  1. Measure your feet in the afternoon.

    Your feet swell during the day, it’s best to measure your feet at their fullest

  2. Stand When Measuring

    When in a wheelchair there’s no pressure on the feet, so it’s unnecessary to stand up.

  3. Wear socks

    When you run, you wear socks. Make sure you wear socks when you measure your feet.

  4. Be precise

  5. Measure both feet

    Measure your left and right foot separately as they’re not the same length. Take the biggest measurement to determine your running shoes Size

  6. Stand on your piece of paper

    Keeping your body weight over your foot, trace a thin line around the outside of your entire foot.

  7. Start drawing

    When drawing the line, hold the pen perpendicular to the ground.

  8. Measure the length of your feet

    Measure vertically down the length of your foot tracing. This is your foot length.

  9. Find your width fitting by drawing or with measuring tape

    Measure horizontally across the widest part of your foot tracing. This is your foot width.

  10. Determine your running shoe size in the conversion charts

    Start from the measurement in inches or centimeters and define your size in the charts for men or women

What people ask about Asics sizing – FAQ?

Are Asics running shoes true to size?

In its US size chart, most Asics shoes run Half a size to a full size bigger compared to other popular brands.

What’s my size in Asics shoes?

In general, Running shoe size is typically a half size larger than your typical shoe size. You always start with measuring the length and width and your true shoe size and take it from there. Most of the time, you will end up with a running shoe that’s about a half size bigger than your regular shoe size.

Are Asics Men sizes different than Women sizes?

There’s a 1.5-size difference in length between women and men shoes (when you’re a size 8.5 in women’s Asics shoes, you’d be a size 7 in men’s Asics shoes) but the width size remains the same (so if you’re a women’s D, you’re also a men’s D).

Asics running shoes sizing explained (video)

Asics shoe sizes explained by grbgtrade

Picture in this post by Malik Skydsgaard on Unsplash

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2 thoughts on “Asics Size Chart for Men and women’s running shoes

  1. Good day,

    I bought the Asics Gel-Nimbus 23 Womens size 7. I find that it quashed my toe nails on top and feels too narrow by my toes. My shoes size is 6, therefore I always buy & wear a size 7 in tekkies & hiking boots. What can I do to get a bigger size 7,5.
    I bought the tekkies on16 February 2022 at Totalsports

    1. Hello, we’re not a shoe selling specialist but happy to assist. As a 7.5 equals 26 cm in length, we advise measuring your foot (longest foot) and seeing if it responds better to the length of a 7.5 It might be the model is a bit too narrow as well which creates a tight feeling in the front of your foot. Hope this helped you. All the best. Pablo

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