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At ECCO we are committed to make your online shopping experience as easy as possible. The best way to make sure that you order the right size is to measure your feet and then compare it with the size chart below to find the appropriate size. Please follow these 4 simple steps to accurately measure your feet:
All your need to measure your feet from heel to toe is a piece of paper, a pencil and a ruler.
Place the paper on the floor up against a wall. Place the heel against the wall.
Mark the longest part of your foot on the paper. Repeat procedure with the other foot.
Measure the length of each mark and match it with the size chart.
Let the longest foot decide the shoe size.
The RECEPTOR® technology platform is the result of a sequence of innovations connected to heel strike, smooth transition, and striding comfort. RECEPTOR was innovated in 2001 in collaboration with a team of scientists studying the human walking motion. It was born from the understanding that every time you take one step, your foot takes three — this is to say that each step requires three distinct phases of your foot: push off, mid stance, and heel strike. ECCO RECEPTOR was designed to enhance each of these phases while providing anatomical support, with its unique "three-finger" propulsion plate, internal mid-foot shank, and dual flex grooves.
For all around breathability and waterproofness
BIOM® Natural Motion
For anatomical fit and natural foot movement.
The DiP technology provides a shock absorbing sole and a cushioned step.
How we made it
We scanned 2,500 athletes' feet to construct the optimal anatomical fit that matches nuances and curves of all feet.
How it feels
BIOM technology provides a lightweight flexibility and ensures a supremely comfortable fit that mimics the motion of bare feet.
How it works
BIOM Natural Motion frees you to move efficiently and powerfully, encouraging your feet and lower legs to strengthen with every step.
What is Biom®?
BIOM means "biomechanical optimization"; a technique to make the foot activate its own natural systems for shock absorption and motion.