Men's shoes: size guide and shapes
Here you can find the size chart of our men's tango shoes with foot length and circumference by size. These measures have been taken on the "last", which is the chalk or resin foot around which a shoe is mounted (in green resin in the photo).
Your measurements should be taken while standing on a paper and drawing around your foot with a pencil held perpendicularly to the floor. The length is the line connecting your longest toe to the back of your heel. The circumference should be taken with a tailor tape, as shown in the photo.
*measured around the foot in its widest point
Classic line shoes can be ordered in two different shapes
Standard shape S
With medium and comfortable width fitting most foot types, although some characteristics of the various models can be more or less suitable to a specific foot arch or bridge.
Wide shape W
With increased volume for feet with larger circumference
They have their unique and specific shape. Very similar to trainers, they are very soft and comfortable, but fit quite snug to the foot. We recommend going up one size compared to the classic line shoes.
Half sizes are available in both classic shoes and sneakers.