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IMHO, all answers are wrong. Maybe someone has given a correct answer AFTER I've written this!
Many of the Crocs I've purchased are stamped in US sizing and show M? W? To tell if they are US or UK sizing, if you have the format I just mentioned, the US will be M(x) W(x+2), whereas UK will be M(x) W(x+1), where x is … see more
IMHO, all answers are wrong. Maybe someone has given a correct answer AFTER I've written this!
Many of the Crocs I've purchased are stamped in US sizing and show M? W? To tell if they are US or UK sizing, if you have the format I just mentioned, the US will be M(x) W(x+2), whereas UK will be M(x) W(x+1), where x is the size marked on the sole.
So, if you have M9 W11, they are US sizings which equate to a UK size of M8 W9.
No wonder this world is upside-down! They can't even get a handle on shoe sizings - or bra sizes, I hear too (I'm a man that doesn't wear bras, but saw a programme on TV about it - yeah, I need to get a life!), their sizing is so, so wrong!
Anyway, I digress! If your old shoe is M9 W11, then it's a US sizing marking, so you purchase in UK sizing and equate to your NORMAL shoe size (since Crocs are pretty true to size), which means you'll be getting either a unisex M8 W9 or just M8! see less
IMHO, all answers are wrong. Maybe someone has given a correct answer AFTER I've written this!
Many of the Crocs I've purchased are stamped in US sizing and show M? W? To tell if they are US or UK sizing, if you have the format I just mentioned, the US will be M(x) W(x+2), whereas UK will be M(x) W(x+1), where x is the size marked on the sole.
So, if you have M9 W11, they are US sizings which equate to a UK size of M8 W9.
No wonder this world is upside-down! They can't even get a handle on shoe sizings - or bra sizes, I hear too (I'm a man that doesn't wear bras, but saw a programme on TV about it - yeah, I need to get a life!), their sizing is so, so wrong!
Anyway, I digress! If your old shoe is M9 W11, then it's a US sizing marking, so you purchase in UK sizing and equate to your NORMAL shoe size (since Crocs are pretty true to size), which means you'll be getting either a unisex M8 W9 or just M8!

Lord
· 22 June 2021
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Hello Farhana, I would say order your normal shoe size as Crocs are a comfort shoe and need to be a little bit loose at best or you will not experience the light and free feeling associated with Crocs. Kind regards Jenny @ Arnouts
Arnouts
Seller · 27 January 2016
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Hi Bridget71,
Have a look at various conversion charts from different manufactures and see if there is a common size.
I chose this particular size because there were reports that other styles were a bit tight. … see more
Hi Bridget71,
Have a look at various conversion charts from different manufactures and see if there is a common size.
I chose this particular size because there were reports that other styles were a bit tight.
Since I just use them as slippers around the house with and without socks, I prefer them a bit loose. see less
Hi Bridget71,
Have a look at various conversion charts from different manufactures and see if there is a common size.
I chose this particular size because there were reports that other styles were a bit tight.
Since I just use them as slippers around the house with and without socks, I prefer them a bit loose.

The Gap
· 03 April 2018
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Hi, my feet are a size 10 and I live in the UK. The size confusion is solely (pun intended) due to the globalisation size differences, which is a nonsense. The UK have it correct, of course, so I am a size 10. Crocs have mistakenly put M11, ie men size 11, on the sole of my Crocs and so Crocs have got this very wrong. … see more Hi, my feet are a size 10 and I live in the UK. The size confusion is solely (pun intended) due to the globalisation size differences, which is a nonsense. The UK have it correct, of course, so I am a size 10. Crocs have mistakenly put M11, ie men size 11, on the sole of my Crocs and so Crocs have got this very wrong. It's as though Crocs are stupidly using American sizes, which is faulty thinking. The US never get details correct, especially correct use of the UK's English language. If you talk English, then keep to using the correct meaning of words, ie a car boot is for storage, obviously never wrongly use the word trunk for this. If you sell an item internationally, keep to the one correct size, ie the UK size 10, never wrongly use M11 to mean a size 10. Being correct is important and stops the world being confused. see less Hi, my feet are a size 10 and I live in the UK. The size confusion is solely (pun intended) due to the globalisation size differences, which is a nonsense. The UK have it correct, of course, so I am a size 10. Crocs have mistakenly put M11, ie men size 11, on the sole of my Crocs and so Crocs have got this very wrong. It's as though Crocs are stupidly using American sizes, which is faulty thinking. The US never get details correct, especially correct use of the UK's English language. If you talk English, then keep to using the correct meaning of words, ie a car boot is for storage, obviously never wrongly use the word trunk for this. If you sell an item internationally, keep to the one correct size, ie the UK size 10, never wrongly use M11 to mean a size 10. Being correct is important and stops the world being confused.
Davey
· 11 June 2021
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According to that, your crocs are a woman's size 8. Are they fitting ok or are they too big? If they are fitting ok get an 8, if they are feeling too big get a 7. I'm a woman's 7, mine say 9, 7 on the back and fit me perfectly.
TooManyWIPs
· 28 May 2020
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I need size 6 so ordered m5/w6 and they are a full size smaller than the last pair I had. Very uncomfortable and despite persevering, don't seem to be improving
Elen Stenner
· 17 December 2018
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Yes red small fit
isabelle meyer
· 12 July 2021
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Hello Sir Pecan, the Crocs sizing is ambiguous to say the least I have not yet been able to control how the listings are made and some I agree with and some I don't, therefor I would suggest that you order Mens UK 8 which equates to EUR 42-43 and does indeed have M9 W11 on the base, and to be absolutely sure put a note… see more Hello Sir Pecan, the Crocs sizing is ambiguous to say the least I have not yet been able to control how the listings are made and some I agree with and some I don't, therefor I would suggest that you order Mens UK 8 which equates to EUR 42-43 and does indeed have M9 W11 on the base, and to be absolutely sure put a note saying you would like M9 on the base and that should result in you getting the correct sizing. Kind regards, Jenny see less Hello Sir Pecan, the Crocs sizing is ambiguous to say the least I have not yet been able to control how the listings are made and some I agree with and some I don't, therefor I would suggest that you order Mens UK 8 which equates to EUR 42-43 and does indeed have M9 W11 on the base, and to be absolutely sure put a note saying you would like M9 on the base and that should result in you getting the correct sizing. Kind regards, Jenny
Arnouts
Seller · 10 February 2016
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I don't know, but even when I chose the correct size, it came up too big. My husband has been size 11 all his life, but we had to exchange for size 10.
Nat
· 06 June 2019
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Wasn't me ! I didn't do it and you can't prove it. ;-)
Eric
· 13 November 2020