How to choose my sandals?
Our sandals fit normally. We advise you to choose your usual size.
If you are between two sizes with a thin and short foot, it is better to choose the lower size. Example: you wear a 38.5 then opt for a 38 (French sizes).
If you are between two sizes with a rather strong and wide foot, it is better to choose the larger size. Example: you wear a 38.5 then opt for a 39 (French sizes).
Model 1 sandals (thin straps and rounded toe) Isolella type : they are suitable for all feet. The support can be adapted with the strap (interchangeable) around the ankle (we advise you not to tighten it too much either). The heel may lift a little while walking, it's normal :)
Model 2 sandals (two bands and rounded toe) Ramatuelle type : they are particularly suitable for thin and normal feet and for people looking for real support in sandals (because of the bands at the level of the instep). The support can be adapted with the strap behind the heel.
Model 3 sandals (wide straps and rounded toe) Boucan Canot type : they are suitable for all feet. The support can be adapted with the strap behind the heel. Good support around the ankle.
Model 4 sandals (thin straps and rounded square toe) Sitges type: they are particularly suitable for thin and normal feet, it 's up to you to position the straps as you wish, according to your morphology and to tighten the strap around the ankle for the desired maintenance. For square/short feet, this is not the ideal model because the front is slightly longer than the other shape of the sandals (rounded).
NB: The rear part does not really hold the heel but is used to hook the strap (interchangeable) around the ankle, so it is normal if it does not hold the back of your foot. On the other hand, the middle strap holds well the instep.
NEED MORE SPECIFIC ADVICE?
If you still have any doubts, you can write to us via chat, on social networks or by email telling us your usual shoe size (and your shoe habits) as well as your type of foot. We will try to help you as best we can but of course, each foot and feeling is different ;)