It's no secret that here at Stack Me Up we love comparisons, but we especially love comparisons of the body. Because for the most part, you can't change body part size. For example, if you enter in your information and you see how your shoe size compares to the average shoe size and let's say you don't like the results, you can't do foot exercises and try to compare it to the average shoe size again in a few months. Your shoe size and the average shoe size will be the same. Unless people become freakishly large.
How You Should Compare Your Shoe Size to the Average Shoe Size.
Now that you've seen why we're interested in the average shoe size and why you should be interested in the average shoe size there's only one thing left to do; compare your shoe size to the average shoe size. How do you do that you ask? Well the answer is simple, enter your shoe size in the field below and click "Stack Me Up" don't you love when things just work?
Don't forget to Stack Up your other body parts here at Stack Me Up.
Question: I heard that when a woman is pregnant her feet may actually grow. Is that true?
Grow is probably the wrong term - I've read that they are more prone to swell for obvious reasons, but I don't think they actually grow in inches. My wife had to buy maternity clothes, I don't remember here needing new shoes too!