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  Q: Can my feet be of a different size?

  A: updated (02/02/2012)

It is fairly common for one foot to be a little bit longer than the other. If your right foot is a size eight and a half, and your left foot is a size eight and a quarter: then this is a common variance found in the nation's populace. The problem with feet is they rarely fit into the standard length sizes (whole sizes, such as 6,8,9,10), and the width of feet vary just as much as the length of feet. The size of feet rarely change once a child enters adulthood: therefore, having the width and length of your feet measured professionally will help when buying footwear online.

 
 

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