29 Apr '16, 3am

Do you know what the little foot symbol means on the Birkenstock footbed? Read to find out--it'll help you get...

Do you know what the little foot symbol means on the Birkenstock footbed? Read to find out--it'll help you get...

Per usual with Birkenstock, I ordered the 40 “narrow” width and it fits like a dream. From my experience, Birkenstock sizing is very consistent. The “narrow” width is more of a medium and the “regular” suits a wider foot (you can tell the difference by the foot outline on the footbed: if it’s solid, you have a narrow; if it’s an outlined foot, that’s a regular). The size 40 might be a tad bit small if you’re a true 10. I vary from 9.5-10 from brand to brand, so find that the 40 fits best. It took about a week to break the footbed and straps in.

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