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Size guide for the Nike Dunk Low and High : Find the perfect size for your feet !

RADAR Cannes is not simply a sneaker store, but a guide to your desires and needs to direct you towards the products that will bring you the most smiles over the years. Knowing what shoe you want is one thing, but how it fits is another. This is why the RADAR experience does not stop at the products, but also all the professional advice that we can provide you in order to feel good in your sneakers.

For this guide we want to help you choose a must-have from the Nike range distributed at RADAR: the Dunk. Nike Dunk shoes have long been a mainstay of sneaker culture, loved by sneakerheads and fashion enthusiasts alike. Their classic design, versatile style, and comfort make them a favorite choice for many people. However, when it comes to choosing the right size Nike Dunk Low or High, it can sometimes be tricky. In this blog post, we'll guide you through the steps to finding the perfect size for your feet, so you can fully enjoy the experience of wearing these iconic sneakers. Let your sneaker store in Cannes guide you!

1. Know your feet measurements

Before you start looking for the ideal Nike Dunk size, it is essential to know the exact measurements of your feet. To do this, you can use a pedometer or go to a shoe store where the staff can take your measurements. You will need the length of your foot in centimeters as well as the width (usually measured at the widest part of the foot). From there, know that Dunk fits normally, so you can generally go with your usual size. The slight difference is found in the next point. We will be delighted to assist you to avoid any errors in our Sneakers store in Cannes.

2. Understand the differences between Dunk Low and High

The Nike Dunk Low and High have different fits, which may influence your size choice. The Dunk Low has a low cut, stopping just below the ankle, while the Dunk High has a high cut, covering part of the ankle for better support. Because of these differences, some people prefer a half size larger in Dunk Highs to prevent their ankles from feeling too tight. At your sneaker store in Cannes, we have both types of models, so don't hesitate to stop by to discover the differences in person.

3. Consider the thickness of the socks

Another factor to consider is the thickness of the socks you plan to wear with your Nike Dunks. If you prefer to wear thick socks, you may need to choose a half size larger to ensure your feet have enough room without being compressed. And since we're not just a sneaker store, we have Arte socks to go with all your looks!

4. Consider the material of the shoe

Nike Dunks come in a variety of materials, such as leather, suede, and fabric. It is important to note that some materials may be stiffer than others, which can influence the comfort and fit of the shoe. For example, leather may require additional break-in time to soften and adapt to your feet. If you're opting for a pair of leather Dunks, you might consider going a half size larger to compensate for this factor.

5. Try on the shoes in person

If possible, always try Nike Dunks on in person before purchasing them. Every person has a unique foot shape, and what works for one person may not work for another. In store, be sure to walk in the shoes, crouch, jump lightly to assess comfort and fit. This will help you make an informed decision on which size is best for you. The Cannes sneaker store will be delighted to welcome you!

6. Refer to the Nike size chart

If you don't have the opportunity to try the Dunks in store, check the Nike size chart on their official website. It will provide you with useful information to guide you in choosing the right size based on your foot measurements.

By following these tips, you should be able to find the perfect size for your Nike Dunk Low or High. Remember that proper fit is essential to the long-term comfort and performance of your shoes. Enjoy your new Nike Dunk and wear them in style at RADAR at 4 rue Macé, your loyal Sneaker store in Cannes!
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