The 1-month-old baby boy or girl usually falls under the infant or pre-walker category. Here’s a full-size chart depicting length and width alongside standard U.S. U.K, Europe, Japan, and other international sizes. If you know your baby’s feet length and width, simply compare it with the chart below to determine the estimated average shoe size for your baby.
The one-month-old baby usually does not need shoes. However, socks and booties are commonly used for babies 0-1 months.
1 Month Old Baby Shoe Size Conversion Table
|Approximate Age||General Size||Length||EU||UK||USA||Japan|
|1 month||XXXS||3 1/8″ inches||16||00||1||8.5|
If you don’t know your kid’s foot measurements, read how to measure kid’s shoe size guide. The above shoe size chart is just an idea for understanding what sizes to try on your child. The best way of finding the perfectly fitted shoes for your baby is having your child’s feet measured by a salesperson at the shoe store.
Size Charts by Age
|1 Month||2 Month||3 Month|
|4 Month||5 month||6 month|
|7 month||8 month||9 month|
|10 month||11 month||12 month|
|13 month||14 month||15 month|
|16 month||17 month||18 month|
|19 month||20 month||21 month|
|22 month||23 month||24 month|