FIT AND SIZING
STEP 1 - MEASURE YOUR FEET
Use centimetres (CM) to get the most accurate measurements.
Stand barefoot (no socks) on a piece of paper and trace your foot with a pen (pointing straight down).
Measure both feet and use the longer heel to toe measurement to select your size range.
STEP 2 - SELECT YOUR SIZE RANGE
Select the closest size range to your actual foot measurements.
If you are between sizes we suggest to select the smaller size because the liners will stretch by at least half a size within 10-20 hours of skating.
For example: if your longest foot measures 27.3cm and you are trying to decide between size 26.5-27cm or 27.5-28cm, we would advice to select the smaller one (26.5-27cm) and allow the liner to stretch and mold to the shape of your foot rather than getting the larger size and having your foot move around inside the liner.
STEP 3 - SELECT YOUR DESIRED FIT
Each size liner is compatible with 2 different shell sizes to provide the skater with the desired fit option (Comfort or Performance fit).
For Performance fit (recommended for experienced or advanced skaters) your liner size will pair with the smallest shell size possible to optimize the control and responsiveness of the skate.
Whereas for Comfort fit (recommended for beginners or skaters with unique foot shapes) your liner will pair with a slightly larger shell to provide extra room and minimize any potential pressure points or discomfort.