Your shoes will not fit properly if they are too small for you, and it can make it difficult to maintain a healthy weight, according to a new survey.
The survey by The Times found that people tend to be “a little bit picky” about their shoe sizes, with people in the UK and Ireland the most likely to be willing to change their size.
The average shoe size in the United Kingdom is now 10.4 inches (25cm), down from 10.7 inches (26cm) in 2011, but that doesn’t mean the average shoe is the wrong size.
In fact, it may be the wrong shoe size.
We’ve got the numbers.
Here’s what to look out for.
Where do you fit?
If you wear a size 7 or 8, your size is too small, says the Times survey.
However, the survey also found that many people who are currently in a size 8 or 9 are willing to switch their size to a larger size.
But if you wear an 8 or a 9, it’s unlikely that you will be happy with your current size, says Dr Joanne O’Sullivan, from the Institute of Health and Care Excellence in Glasgow.
“So people will look at their own size, and maybe they want to go up or down a size,” she says.
Here are the top five shoe sizes for women in the US, according the latest figures from the US Census Bureau: Women’s shoe size 5.5 – 7.5 (5.5-6.5) 6.0-8.0 (6.0, 6.5, 7.0) 9.0+ (9.0-, 9.5-, 10.0-) Size 8.0 – 9.9 (8.5,- 9.7, 9.8, 10.5-) Size 10.9+ (10.9-, 11.0,- 12.0+, 12.5+) The survey also revealed that there is a difference between men and women’s shoe sizes.
In the US for example, men tend to wear a 7.8-8 (8, 8.2) shoe while women tend to prefer a 10.3-10.5 shoe.
What if I’m not sure about my shoe size?
If it’s a concern, you can always go to your local shoe shop and see what sizes they have.
And there are online shoe shops to help you find the right shoe.
The Times survey also suggests that you might want to consider getting a size that is more accommodating for your feet.
The National Footwear Institute says that people with smaller feet will find it more comfortable to wear an 11.5 or 12.3, rather than a 9 or 9.
But you may need to take the measurement at the same time as your measurements.
Here is a guide to how to do this.
What to wear if you have arthritis or foot problems The Times questionnaire also found people who have arthritis, particularly in their feet, were also more likely to choose a size larger than their own.
This may be because they have pain in their joints, says Professor David Koeppel from the Foot and Ankle Society in Oxford.
If you’re having trouble with your arthritis, or a foot problem, you might need to consider wearing a larger shoe size, he says.
“I think you might be more comfortable wearing a size 10, because it might fit better,” he says, but “you could be wearing a 10 to 15 if you don’t have pain.”
If you don: “If you’re getting arthritis and you have to wear something smaller than you would normally, it might make sense to put a size 12 or 14 shoe on.”
“If your foot has a lot of swelling, you may want to put the size of your shoes on a smaller size.”
“The smaller the shoe, the less discomfort you’ll experience.”