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  • 8.5
  • 9
  • 9.5
  • 10
  • 10.5
  • 11
  • 11.5
  • 12
  • 13

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Details

  • Mid-top silhouette
  • Artist-designed screen print on leather
  • 100% cotton lining
  • Cushion & comfort bubbles
  • Removable in-sole

Size Guide

Bucketfeet are standard widths, B for women and D for men.

If you are unsure about sizing we suggest rounding up 1/2 size on our Slip Ons and staying true to size on all other styles available.

Unisex Sizing

US (W) US (M) UK EU JP MM
5W 3.5M 2.5 34.5 21.5 225
5.5W 4M 3 35 22 229
6W 4.5M 3.5 36 22.5 233
6.5W 5M 4 36.5 23 238
7W 5.5M 4.5 37 23.5 242
7.5W 6M 5 38 24 246
8W 6.5M 5.5 38.5 24.5 250
8.5W 7M 6 39 25 254
9W 7.5M 6.5 40 25.5 257
9.5W 8M 7 40.5 26 265
10W 8.5M 7.5 41 26.5 269
10.5W 9M 8 42 27 274
11W 9.5M 8.5 42.5 27.5 278
11.5W 10M 9 43 28 282
12W 10.5M 9.5 44 28.5 286
12.5W 11M 10 44.5 29 290
13W 11.5M 10.5 45 29.5 295
13.5W 12M 11 46 30 299
14W 12.5M 11.5 46.5 30.5 303
14.5W 13M 12 47 31 307

Kids - Youth (4-7 years)

US UK EU JP MM
11 10 27.5 16 160
12 11.5 29 17 170
13 12.5 30.5 18 180
1 13.5 31.5 19 190
2 1.5 32.5 20 200
3 2.5 34 21 210
4 3 35 22 22

Kids - Toddler (9 months-4 years)

US UK EU JP MM
4 3.5 19 9 90
5 4.5 21 10 100
6 5.5 22 11 110
7 6.5 23.5 12 120
8 7.5 24.5 13 130
9 8.5 25.5 14 140
10 9.5 26.5 15 150

About This Artist

Jose Mertz

Jose Mertz

Four years of studying art earned Jose Mertz a degree from the prestigious Maryland Institute College of Art, but he didn’t do a thing with it. At least not for the first five years. Rather than dive headfirst into a fledgling art career, Jose opted to study at a Zen monastery in New York City. “It was psychological boot camp,” he says, “Just very hardcore stuff, based off the Samurai.” Anyone who’s seen his recent art, which takes cues from both science fiction and traditional Asian drawing, can see the profound effect his spiritual journey has had on his aesthetic. “I wouldn’t say I draw inspiration from it directly, but there are parallels between my art and ancient religious iconography. I like to keep [my art] as far away from this reality as I can.” His attempts at the fantastical have been more than successful, as his mesmerizing, sometimes haunting work has been featured everywhere from the BucketFeet Tiger shoe to Art Basel, the festival that takes place in his hometown of Miami every fall. Despite his constant stream of commissions and gallery showings, Mertz would never tell you he’s “made it.” His spirituality is the engine that powers a continual need to keep evolving and refining his style. “Pride and comfort can be the enemy. A certain level of hunger is crucial to generating work.”