size 20:   13,3 cm
size 21:   14 cm
size 22:   14,6 cm
size 23:   15,3 cm
size 24:   16 cm
size 25:   16,6 cm
size 26:   17,3 cm
size 27:   17,9 cm
size 28:   18,6 cm
size 29:   19,3 cm
size 30:   19,9 cm
size 31:   20,6 cm
size 32:   21,3 cm
size 33:   21,9 cm
size 34:   22,6 cm
size 35:   23,3 cm
size 36:   23,9 cm
1) Place the foot on a piece of paper up against a wall.
Let the heel rest up against the wall.
2) Mark at the tip of the toe (Both feet, as one foot may be longer than the other)
3) Measure the distance on the paper.
Use this measurement and add the recommended growth allowance (1-1.5 cm) to your measurement, and then find the right size.
At Bisgaard, sustainable materials have been a natural choice from the very beginning. When we design and create new collections, using nature's best materials is very important to us. Materials such as leather, 100% wool, organic cotton and natural rubber have natural durability and long life and most often become even more beautiful over time.
Nature has an infinite amount to offer, it inspires us every day with colors, structures and fascinating patterns. A deeper thinking lies beneath the design choices made at Bisgaard, we pay homage to the love of nature's art - because our children's feet deserve the best.
Every single shoe in our collection is a unique one-of-a-kind based on traditional craftmanship. Bisgaard's journey began in northern Portugal, where the majority of our shoes are produced today, through using the craftsmanship traditions proudly developed through generations. The manufacturers have unique expertise within the industry that also enables us to reduce our environmental footprint.
Eco care is the story of falling in love with nature's best materials, and highlighting its beauty, quality and durability in sustainable designs created with care for nature.
Sustainability has always been at the heart of Bisgaard's ethos. Every day, we dedicate ourselves to ensure a more sustainable everyday life, where we can make a difference by producing responsibly and respectfully, taking good care of people, wildlife, and nature.