|Yaktrax Size||Footprint Circumference||Shoe Size (Approx)||Walker||Pro|
|Extra Small||50cm - 58cm||30 - 36 (UK 12 - 4)||Black||No|
|Small||58cm - 64cm||36 - 40 (UK 4 - 6.5)||Yes||Yes|
|Medium||64cm - 70cm||39 - 43 (UK 6 - 9)||Yes||Yes|
|Large||70cm - 76cm||43 - 47 (UK 9 - 12)||Yes||Yes|
|Extra Large||76cm - 82cm||46 - 49 (UK 11 - 14)||No||Yes|
Understanding the Yaktrax Size Chart
The footprint circumference in our Yaktrax Size Chart is the more accurate than shoe size. Measure in a loop around the outside edge of shoe or boot, as shown, where the Yaktrax naturally grip the outside edge of the footwear.
If buying the Yaktrax Pro and wearing hi-domed footwear such as steel-toe-capped safety boots, please buy the larger of the two suitable sizes if the footwear circumference is where the Yaktrax sizes overlap, 64cm, 70cm or 76cm.
Our Yaktrax Size Chart may differ slightly from the size chart shown on the Yaktrax packet but we believe it to be the most accurate based on over a decade selling Yaktrax in the UK.
You can also download the Yaktrax Printable Flyer which forms part of our basic printable flyer
Why size is important
Too large and there is a risk of the Yaktrax falling off and being lost or acting as a trip hazard. If the Yaktrax are too small, they could become over-stretched and develop weak points which snap. If the size of Yaktrax is too large for the footwear, the coils could extend beyond of the shoe or boot.