What Is the Average Shoe Size for a Woman?

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As per the sales figures, the average woman's shoe size has gone up to size 6 from size 5 in just five years. Three decades ago, Size 4 was the average measurement. As a result of this, this has fuelled the demand for the biggest sizes, including 9s, 10s and 11s.
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The average woman shoe size used to be size 5 but now it is size 6. Size 4 was the standard measurement 30 years ago.
The average woman's shoe size has risen from a 5 in the past five years. This means that demand for the largest sizes, such as 9s, 10s and 11s, is also going up and this has been credited to the obesity epidemic.
Shoe size can be dependent on a number of things including height; the average shoe size of women in UK is 6 compared to that of men of 9.
The average shoe size of a woman in the UK is size 6. A woman's shoe size depends on the feet size and sometimes the height. Taller women have taller and wider feet than the shorter women. For example, a woman who is 1 metre 62 centimetres tall has size 6 feet while one who is 1 metre 78 centimetres tall has size 9 feet.
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In this day, everyone is considered average. And shoe sizes vary with the make and manufacturers of shoes. But for the most part, most American women wear between an 8 or 9.
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I would say between 7 1/2 and 8 - Cha, Cha
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The U.S and Canada use the same shoe sizes. Men's shoe size is typically two sizes smaller than women's. Manufacturers vary, so the sizing difference may run one and one-half to two
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