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  1. Summer Shoes For Any Occasion

    Summer Shoes For Any Occasion

    Whether you’re dressing for the party season, a weekend getaway or warmer days in the office, there should be room in your wardrobe for a great selection of summer footwear. To help you complete your summer wardrobe, we’ve rounded up the shoes you'll need for every summer occasion.

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  2. Celebrating 30 Years with Founder and Creative Director, Rocco Mascitelli

    Celebrating 30 Years with Founder and Creative Director, Rocco Mascitelli

    Can you tell us about the history of Brando Shoes?

    Brando is the product of my passion for handmade footwear. It was born after spending many years in the shoemaking region of Marche in Italy where I came in contact with premium materials and fell in love with the artigianal pr

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  3. Classic Shoes Every Man Should Own

    Classic Shoes Every Man Should Own

    There are two simple rules when it comes to your shoe collection. The first: having a versatile range to cover all bases. The second: Sticking to the classic styles. Whatever your look, whatever your budget and whatever’s in the diary over the next 12 months, if

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Size Guide

EU UK/AUS US Foot Length (cm)
39 5 6 23
39.5 5.5 6.5 23.5
40 6 7 24
40.5 6.5 7.5 24.5
41 7 8 25
41.5 7.5 8.5 25.5
42 8 9 26
42.5 8.5 9.5 26.5
43 9 10 27
43.5 9.5 10.5 27.5
44 10 11 28
44.5 10.5 11.5 28.5
45 11 12 29
46 12 13 30

To merasure your feet, stand on a level floor with the back of your heels against a straight edge or wall.

1. Foot length

Measure your foot length by placing a ruler flat on the floor, straight alongside the inside of your foot, from your heel to your toes.

Place an object with a flat egde straight across your toes with the edge touching the tip of your longest toe. Take the measurement (in millimeters) from the ruler where the flat edge crosses. This is your foot length measurement.

How to measure your foot

2. Selecting a shoe

If your foot measurement is halfway between sizes, select the larger size. You may find that one foot is longer than the other. This is quite normal.