Merrell Shoe Size Chart

This post was last updated on October 6th, 2021 at 05:34 pm

Merrell footwear is built on the US sizing scheme and has consistent 5-mm increments between half sizes and 10-mm ones between full sizes. Our team has checked and gathered all sizing in the below Merrell Shoe Size Chart.

Merrell hiking shoes, boots, and sandals are most often reported as true-to-size. The company itself also claims: “we design our boots to fit like your street shoes”

However, if it’s your first time purchasing footwear from Merrell, we highly recommend starting by measuring the length of your feet and checking with the Merrell Sizing chart below.

Merrell Shoe Size Content Quick Links

Merrell men’s size chart

As a first-time buyer, we suggest starting with measuring your feet. How to measure your foot?
Over time, people’s feet change shape and size, so it’s no harm to remeasure your feet frequently.

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Merrell Shoe Size chart and conversion table

Merrell women’s size chart

As a first-time buyer, we suggest starting with measuring your feet. How to measure your foot?
Over time, people’s feet change shape and size, so it’s no harm to remeasure your feet frequently.

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Merrell takes women’s feet into account

Merrell prides itself on the fact that it employed separate lasts for men’s and women’s models from the very beginning.

The brand emphasizes that female feet call for shoes that are tailored to their proportionally narrower heels and balls of the foot, longer toes, higher instep, and longer calf muscles.

Merrell shoe sizing compared to other hiking/trail shoe brands

Merrell shoe sizes appear to be congruent with the other outdoor footwear brands that it’s most often compared to, including Keen, Salomon, and Oboz.

Foot length (mm)MerrellKeenSalomonOboz
Men’s US sizes
Women’s US sizes

How to measure your feet for Merrell Shoes

We always recommend measuring both feet, so you can convert shoe sizes between the US, UK, and European size systems: Here’s a simple how-to post about it.

Probably you don’t feel like reading or quickly want your Merrell size.
To make it easy, we summed up our tips to measure your feet:

Time needed: 3 minutes.

  1. Measure your or your kid’s feet in the afternoon.

    Feet tend to swell during the day, so it’s best to take feet measurements in the afternoon

  2. Stand When Measuring, but with smaller children this is not needed

    Due to the pressure of the body, your feet take their real size. For wheelchair users, it’s not needed to stand up to take shoe size measurement

  3. Wear socks

    Most shoes are worn with socks, so it’s advisable to wear socks while measuring your feet. Especially Hiking shoes and boots require socks, don’t forget to wear them

  4. Be precise

  5. Measure both feet

    People’s left and right feet are never 100% equal in size. the final shoe size is determined by the measurement of your biggest foot.

  6. Stand on a piece of paper

    Again, for wheelchair users this step can be skipped

  7. Start drawing

    Put your pen or pencil straight onto the paper you’re drawing on.

  8. Measure the length of your feet

    use a simple ruler to measure the length from toe to heel.

  9. Find your width fitting by drawing or with measuring tape
    (for infants, toddlers and little kids shoes, this step is optional)

  10. Determine your size in the conversion charts

    Check the Merrell Shoe sizing for men, women, and kids

Do Merrell shoes run wide or narrow?

As a US brand, many Merrell shoes are available in a wide model. For people who require more space in the regular width (B for women and D for men), the brand offers around 30% of its models in wider profiles (D women’s and 2E men’s). Want to learn more about width sizing in shoes? Read our post here

  • see wide hiking shoes from Merrell
  • see wide Merrell boots

Are Merrell shoes true to size?

Depending on the type of shoes, Merrell shoes and boots run mainly true to size.
As the shoes are for hiking, outdoor, pleasure, or working activities it’s best to size up 1/2 size, especially if you’re between sizes, to accommodate their sizing, plus socks, insoles (as applicable), and feet swelling that may occur while hiking.

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