How skates should fit
Skates should fit tighter than your shoes.
For the best fit and overall skating experience, your skate should fit as close as possible to your foot. Eliminating any foot movement inside the boot will result in more efficient energy transfer. This will maximize your control of the larger wheels and/or longer frames.
For most people, this results in a skate that fits between a half size to a full size smaller than your shoe size.
Wizard skates are equipped with Intuition liners which are heat moldable. These liners are designed to mold to the shape of your foot and stretch by at least a half size within 10-20 hours of skating.
Comfort or Performance Fit
Read the descriptions below and decide which type of fit you prefer.
Recommended for beginners or casual skaters.
Your toes should be very close or lightly touching the end of the liner.
For comfort, it's ok if you can wiggle your toes, as long as the rest of your foot doesn't move inside the skate.
To minimize any potential pressure points or discomfort, or to leave some extra room for insoles or thicker socks, select the size range closest to you foot measurement in CM or up to 0.5cm longer. For most people, this will result in a skate that fits about a half size smaller than your shoe size.
Recommended for experienced or advanced skaters.
Your toes should be touching the end of the liner, even with some pressure, as long as your toes are flat (not curling).
To optimize the control and responsiveness of the skate, select the size range closest to your foot measurement in CM or up to 0.5cm shorter. For most people, this will result in a skate that fits up to a full size smaller than your shoe size.
Measure Your Feet
With your heel against a wall, stand barefoot on a piece of paper and trace your foot. Measure both feet in centimeters and use the longer heel to toe measurement.
Find Your Size
Use the chart below to find your ideal shell size and liner combination. Start with either your foot length or shell size (if you already have one of our Carbon UFS shells), then view the corresponding liner size that will fit your foot length or shell.
The suggested fit options below are based on a Comfort Fit.
Experienced skaters looking for a Performance Fit can usually down size up to 1cm in the liner size compared to their foot measurements (the interior space within the liner can expand up to 1cm after 10-20 hours of skating).
|Foot Length||Carbon Shell||Plastic Shell||Wizard 3M Liner
(size on label)
(size on label)
(size on label)
|21-21.5cm||36||-||-||4-4.5us / 22-22.5||XXS|
|22-22.5cm||37||-||-||4-4.5us / 22-22.5||XXS|
|23-23.5cm||38||-||-||5-5.5us / 23-23.5||XS|
|24-24.5cm||39||-||-||6-6.5us / 24-24.5||XS|
|25-25.5cm||40||40||-||7-7.5us / 25-25.5||Small|
|26-26.5cm||41||-||-||8-8.5us / 26-26.5||Small|
|26.5-27cm||42||42||-||8-8.5us / 26-26.5||Medium|
|27-27.5cm||43||-||-||9-9.5us / 27-27.5||Medium|
|27.5-28cm||44||44||-||10-10.5us / 28-28.5||Medium|
(previously labeled 28.5-29)
|28.5-29cm||45||-||-||11-11.5us / 29-29.5||Large|
(previously labeled 29.5-30)
|29.5-30cm||46||-||-||12-12.5us / 30-30.5||Large|
(previously labeled 30.5-31)
|30.5-31cm||47||-||-||13-13.5us / 31-31.5||XL|
(previously labeled 31.5-32)
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