Getting your A Day’s March sneaker sizing correct is an important part of choosing the perfect sneakers.

If you haven’t met him before, allow us to introduce Marcus Gardo, Pelle Lundqvist and Stefan Pagreus, the creative minds who came up with the new wave of clean-cut modern men's essentials in Stockholm in 2014.

Even though they’re a relatively new name in the sneaker game, A Day’s March range of modern, minimal sneakers are made with precision, care and the highest quality craftsmanship. Completely handmade in Portugal using high-quality Spanish suede and Italian Margom-sole vulcanised rubber, A Day’s March sneakers are instantly recognisable thanks to their refined appearance, impactful presentation and unique colourways that range from classic Grey hues to the more progressive and equally popular Navy and Ocean Blue designs.

You’d expect the brand’s exceptional eye for detail to mean that every pair of A Day’s March sneakers fit and feel exceptional, and you’d be right. A Day’s March sneakers run a size big, so we advise you to wear a size smaller than your normal fit. So, if you usually wear a UK 10 go down a full size and opt for a UK 9.

There are also no half sizes in the A Day’s March collection so we advise you going a half size down if you usually wear a half size. For instance, if you usually wear a UK 9.5, buy a UK 9.

Key points to consider:

A Day’s March sneakers run one size big. Purchase one size smaller than your usual fit.

A Day’s March sneakers are only available in full sizes. If you normally wear a half size, buy a pair half a size smaller than usual.


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