Sizing Guidelines

Please reference below when selecting the proper size for your order. 

All sizes on our site are based on standard U.S. MALE sizes. In order to get the fit that best works for you, please practice the following guidelines and tips we have based on our styles. 

If you're placing an order from outside the United States, be sure to look up a shoe size/apparel conversion chart in accordance to your region. You'll want to make sure you're finding the closest fit to your true shoe size before proceeding with an order. 

V1 350 Styles: 

V1 350's have a tendency to run slightly large. Quite typically a half size. This isn't usually a problem, but it's worth taking into consideration. For example: An individual with that fits a true 10 in running shoes, may want to consider ordering a 9.5 for a more snug, close fit. Otherwise, a size 10 may have a more relaxed, moccasin like fit. It's based entirely on that persons comfort level. 

V2 350 Styles:

V2 350's typically run narrow and true to size. The average size 9, may actually want to size up an entire full size to have that familiar comfortable fit without any tightness. We strongly recommend going up an entire number size when ordering. For example: An individual that fits a true 9 in running shoes, may want to consider ordering a 10-10.5 for a more relaxed, sneaker like feel. The bottom sole and mid-sole run closer and more narrow than your typical athletic sneaker. 

UB & NMD Styles: 

UB & NMD Styles often run true to common athletic sneaker sizing. If an individual wears a true 11, then going with our universal 11 is often a safe choice. For example: An individual that fits a true 11 in your average day to day sneaker, should be comfortable sticking with their true size for this style. It is however, to be noted that the shoes are meant to have a "snug" fit.

Powerphase & Retro Sneakers:

Powerphase & Retro Style sneakers typically will run true to size, however are typically not "wide-fit." Those with wider feet may want to consider going up half a size in order to have a truly comfortable experience. For example: An individual that fits a true 8 in classic collections or retro sneakers, should be comfortable sticking with their true size, however may consider sizing up to an 8.5 for ample toe room. 

 

Style you want not listed? Send us an email at: GodseySupply.Service@Gmail.com with subject header "Size help needed." and we'll help determine a fit best for you!