To help customers understand shoe sizing better and improve the buying experience on the platform, we recommend updating footwear sizes to follow the format <Size> <UK>. Below are the common FAQ on attribute updates.
Sellers are required to update the field name: size_name and size_map to ‘UK’ sizing for all ASINs in their catalogue.
|S.no||Use case (Values displayed in the size drop down)||Example: Size Name Value (Current)||Example: Size Name Value (To be updated)|
|1||No size standard mentioned currently||6||6 UK|
|2||Sizes with UK/India||6 UK/India||6 UK|
|3||Sizes with cm/inch||25 cm||Corresponding UK value|
|4||Drop down displays values with EU or US||
|Corresponding UK value|
|5||Kids Sizes between 1 - 13 kids and corresponding EU<32||
10 Child UK
10 C UK
10 UK Kids
|10 Kids UK (Refer sample table)|
|6||Kids Sizes greater than 13 kids and corresponding EU>32||
|5 UK (Refer sample table)|
|7||Baby shoes (typically upto 2 years age)||
Update the sizes in months or years (typically up to 2 years of age)
Sellers can edit individual ASINs or do a BULK upload of revised values through Seller Central. You can find below the steps for each:
Single ASIN attribute update:
BULK Upload Process for Attribute Update:
It is required that all SKUs/ASINs follow the same nomenclature as mentioned in FAQ 1 above.
For SKUs/ASINs that do not follow the nomenclature suggested in FAQ 1, Amazon will be updating at the back end in a scalable and systematic way.
Check with the brand team for UK mapping. UK sizing is mandatory on the marketplace.
Add a sticker or label with the corresponding UK sizes on the shoe box.