“As I only move about on foot – with crutches – during my summer projects and do without with mobility aids, the shoes I wear must be genuine all-rounders. I always climb from the lowest point in the valley up to the summit. This means my ascent takes me through the uplands into the high mountains. For reasons of weight, I can’t take several pairs of shoes with me. My shoe should therefore be comfortable and flexible to wear in the valley, should steady me on rocky ground and ice, and support me in using my strength.”
— Jacqueline Fritz | LOWA ACTIVE Team
When recommending shoe sizes, LOWA calculates with an additional length of 15 mm (12 mm for children). This has already been considered in the following information. Individual foot shapes and personal fit preferences can deviate from these recommendations.
The foot length (mm) is a recommendation of LOWA, which is based on scientific findings.