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Topic # 145434 17-May-2014 17:04
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I'm about to order some shoes from wildrhino is AU, but they appear to be giving me UK shoe sizes.

Obviously I don't want to go drop NZ$170 on shoes, if the sizes are wrong.

I've read different things online; one saying the sizes are the same, but then another saying the sizes are different.

Does anyone actually know if they are the same? 

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  Reply # 1047118 17-May-2014 17:31
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Found this, hope it helps:

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  Reply # 1047144 17-May-2014 18:52
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I think UK and AU shoes size are the same, USA size is always a bit bigger. Don't know why.


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  Reply # 1047164 17-May-2014 19:38
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It appears that the Men's AU/UK sizes are the same and the US/AU Womans sizes are the same, from what I've read.

Oh well, I've taken the risk and ordered a size 12 UK, so we'll see when they arrive.

Worse case scenario is I have to send them back and get them swapped out... costly, but meh. 

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  Reply # 1047166 17-May-2014 19:57
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DamageInc: Found this, hope it helps:

Thanks, thats basically what I've seen around the net as well. Lets see how we go! 

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