What Size Is 37 In Birkenstocks?

If you’re wondering what size 37 Birkenstocks are, you’re in the right place. In this blog post, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about Birkenstock sizing, so you can find the perfect pair of shoes for your feet.

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Birkenstock Sizing

Birkenstocks come in a variety of sizes. The size 37 is a size that is typically worn by women. This size is usually equivalent to a size 7 in women’s shoes. Birkenstocks are available in a variety of widths as well, so be sure to try on a few pairs to find the perfect fit for you.

How to Measure Your Foot for Birkenstocks

To ensure that you get the perfect fit for your Birkenstocks, it is important to measure your foot correctly. Here are some easy instructions to follow:

– Use a tape measure or ruler to determine the length of your foot from heel to toe.
– Use a medium weight book or object to press down on the top of your foot at the widest point (usually the ball of your foot).
– Place the book or object next to a ruler or tape measure and record the measurement.
– Repeat steps 2 and 3 for your other foot.

Once you have these measurements, consult Birkenstock’s size chart to find the perfect size for you!

Birkenstock Size Chart

To ensure that you find the perfect fit for your Birkenstocks, we have put together this handy size chart. Simply find your usual shoe size in the chart and you will see the Birkenstock equivalent next to it.

If you are between sizes or if you are unsure which size to choose, we recommend that you order the larger of the two sizes.

Birkenstock Size Chart:

-US Size- -Birkenstock Size-

5 35
6 36
7 37
8 38
9 39

Birkenstock Styles

Birkenstocks come in a variety of styles, each with its own benefits. The most popular style is the Arizona, which is a slip-on sandal with a strap across the toes. Other popular styles include the Gizeh, Madrid, and Boston. Birkenstocks are available in a variety of sizes, so you can find the perfect fit for your feet.


The Arizona is a classic Birkenstock style sandal with two adjustable straps, one over the toe and one over the instep. The straps are made of durable, comfortable leather that will mold to your feet over time. The footbed is contoured to support your feet and the outsole is made of EVA for cushioning and shock absorption. This sandal is available in a variety of colors and sizes.


Gizeh is Birkenstock’s thong sandal and it’s one of the brand’s most popular styles. The Gizeh sandal has a toe thong and an adjustable strap that goes over the top of the foot. The Gizeh sandal is available in both narrow and regular widths and it comes in sizes 35-43 (EU). The Gizeh sandal is also available in Birkenstock’s proprietary footbed, the Birko-Flor, which has a softer footbed than the standard EVA footbed.


The Madrid is Birkenstock’s classic thong sandal, with a contoured cork footbed and adjustable strap. The Madrid strap is slightly narrower than the Arizona, making it a good choice for those with narrower feet. It’s available in both EVA (a lightweight foam material) and latex-cork footbeds, as well as a variety of colors and materials.

Birkenstock Care

To ensure lasting comfort throughout the day, it is essential to choose the right size when selecting your Birkenstocks. This guide will help you understand the sizing system for Birkenstocks and how to convert your size to Birkenstock’s size.

How to Clean Birkenstocks

Birkenstocks are made from natural materials, so it’s important to take care of them to keep them looking their best. Here are some tips for how to clean Birkenstocks:

-Remove the insole and wash it separately from the sandal.
-Wash the sandal with a mild soap and cool water. Avoid using hot water, which can damage the materials.
-Rinse the soap off completely and let the sandal air dry.
-Once the sandal is dry, replace the insole and you’re ready to go!

How to Store Birkenstocks

When you’re not wearing your Birkenstocks, it’s important to store them in a cool, dry place. Avoid direct sunlight and hot temperatures, which can cause the materials to break down and deteriorate. If you must store them in a warmer environment, consider placing them in a storage bag with a moisture-absorbing packet.