Riedell Size Chart

Riedell Skates
Riedell skates are in Mens US sizes, unless the model specifies otherwise. It is recommended for derby skates to be fit snug, giving you the best performance and responsiveness out of them. Our size charts are based off foot measurements leaving a little bit of room for a sock, but bear in mind every model is slightly different based on their design and the type of fit required. Below you will find a guide to best size up for your next Riedell skate, however we recommend checking in with the team to ensure you have the best fit for you. Roller Derby Heaven is a certified Riedell reseller, our staff are all current or ex-derby skaters, giving you the best insight into the size and model that's right for you. 
At A Glance
Australian Women should drop 1 size from their regular shoe size (AUS 6 = Riedell 5) and Australian Men should go up a size (AUS 6 = Riedell 7). Use the conversion chart below to help to determine what size you will be in Riedell skates. It helps to use a shoe size that fits you comfortably and wraps well around both feet. 
Riedell Size Chart General
The Riedell international sizing chart will give you a quick guide to what size skate you should pick based on your foot length in millimetres and/or what size shoe you wear that fits really well. 
Riedell International Sizing Chart

126 | 165 | 265 | Celebrity | Citizen

Riedell quick conversion chart from centimetres to Riedell boot size


Dart | R3 

Dart & R3 Size Chart

Boot Widths
The letters used to determine boot width range from AA (narrowest) to D (widest)
In Australia the most common boot width is D/B meaning Wide Ball (toe area) with Regular Heel width.

Another boot width that is becoming more common in Australia is B/AA, so Regular Ball (toe area) with Narrow Heel width.

Unless specified otherwise all of our skates are a regular D/B fitting. If you do require something different to this or what is shown to be available please let us know and we can order it in for you.

Solaris (C/AA) | Blue Streak (B/AA or D/B) 

Riedell Low Cut Booth Width Size Chart

Sizing Up

We strongly recommend sending through your measurements to us so that we can help determine the most precise fit possible, especially if you can't come in to try on the skate. To do this, measure your foot by placing it on a piece of paper and while standing, trace around your foot with a pen or thin tipped marker. Then measure the outline at the longest part (this can be from the big toe to your heel or maybe even from one of your other toes to your heel).
We also recommend measuring both feet and using the largest measurement to pick the correct size. In most cases you can wear an extra pair of socks to make your foot bigger but it is a lot harder to make a boot bigger.

Riedell boots are usually worn quite snug so if you like room in your skates we recommend adding half a cm to your measurements. Also please remember that a quality leather boot can take up to 8 hours of skating time to be fully broken in, and they will stretch in this time usually becoming more comfortable so if they are a little snug to start don't worry this is usually a good thing. If they are painful before skating then please be resized preferably by a skate technician like one of our staff or by sending your measurements to us.
Tips For Measuring Your Feet 
  • Measure During Mid-Day - Feet can be different sizes at various times during the day 
  • Have A Friend Help - You will get more accurate measurements with help 
  • Stand Up When Measuring Length - Stand straight with equal weight on both feet and do not lean on or away from foot being measured 
  • Sit Down When Measuring Width - Sit straight with equal weight on both feet and do not lean on or away from foot being measured