Choosing your size
To choose the right shoe size you must take into account both the length and width of your foot. The lasts of our shoes are standard. In the length indicated in the three models of jute it is expected that there should be a few millimeters of clearance. For example, if your size is 38 which is 24.3 cm long, it is expected that you have about 2 mm of length left over.
In the Bonanova model, if your foot is thin or narrow, it may feel a little loose because of the low-cut of the design. If the foot is a little wide the shoe might fit tightly, and with use (as jute is a flexible fiber) it will adapt to the shape of your foot. If the length of the foot is between two sizes, the smaller size will be the right one.
In the Illetes and Tramuntana models, if your foot is wide at the beginning it will tighten a little in the instep. This will adapt with use.
In the Formentor and Llevant styles, your foot will not cover all the wood. We like to show a little of the wood you are treading.