All LANX footwear sizes are based on a standard UK fit.
UK - US - EU
6 - 7 - 40
7 - 8 - 41
8 - 9 - 42
9 - 10 - 43
10 - 11 - 44
11 - 12 - 45
12 - 13 - 46
At Lanx we understand that the fit of a shoe is definitely as important as the look, so we’ve tried to make our sizing guide as full and in-depth as possible. If you don’t feel there is as much info here as you need, please drop us an email via the contact page and we’ll be sure to do our best to answer anything you want to know.

Naturally everyone’s feet differ, be that in width or length, so while we have tried to make our size guide appropriate for everyone it isn’t 100% the way it will work for you. Luckily, we offer free UK exchange for the rare occasion that the fit isn’t quite perfect.

Some customers are finding the fit of our footwear slightly spacious (only a little bit), therefore if you are usually a size 9.5UK we recommend you buy a LANX size 9UK. The same applies to all other sizes. In most LANX shoes it is better to go down a size rather than up (except styles Dibnah & Park , see paragraph below), as with all quality leather shoes there’s a little give that happens after some wear, and LANX shoes are no exception. We use the finest South American leather in all our shoes and boots, that’s what gives our pairs that instant comfort, and over time they only get comfier. As the leather softens you’ll get a better fit to the shape of your foot.

The exception to the above is our popular styles...
- Dibnah mid-boot: this is a true fit, if you’re a 9 buy a 9 (same for all sizes)
Park boot: people tend to find this style a little narrow, so if you have slightly wider feet we would suggest going up in size

We offer free UK exchanges, so if you want to try on another size or you'd prefer another colour just send your shoes back and we will post you an exchange pair FOC.
Each LANX style is produced on a particular three dimensional 'last' which gives it its distinctive shape and feel. These are...

This is our most commonly used last on the LANX AW18 styles. LX1966 creates a beautiful modern shape of shoe which has both roundness and sharpness in its form. If you are looking for a shoe shape which is suitable to work hard and play hard in LX1966 is the last shape for you.

This last is used on both the Finney and Beaumont styles in the AW18 range. LX1995 creates a much more rounded shoe, perhaps a more traditional shape compared to LX1966. LX1995 is a very British last shape and commonly used by the long established shoe companies based in Northamptonshire. If you prefer a more traditional and sophisticated shoe shape LX1995 is your best bet.

This last is used on our Park boot in the AW18 range. LX2003 has similarities to both LX1966 & LX1995, however it has its own confident features which create a beautiful boot shape. If you are after a boot which looks good morning, noon and night, LX2003 is the last shape for you.

What is a "shoe last"?
A shoe last (see photo below) is a 3-dimensional wooden or plastic mold upon which a shoe is constructed. The last used during shoe assembly can affect the overall fit of a shoe, and all lasts include the following dimensions: Heel width, instep height, forefoot width.

All our socks are designed to fit men sized 7-11 UK, 8-12 US and 41-45 EU.