Do Eytys shoes run true to size?

Do Eytys shoes run true to size?

Eytys fit true to size, which makes the whole process relatively simple. There are also no half sizes in the Eytys sneaker collection so we advise you to go half a size up if you usually wear a half size. For instance, if you usually wear a UK 9.5, opt for a UK 10.

Are Eytys shoes unisex?

Eytys offer products built on a philosophy of no-fuss, straightforward and functional design. All collections are unisex, so please check the appropriate product category below for specific measurements.

Where is Eytys based?

STOCKHOLM, Sweden
STOCKHOLM, Sweden — In a little over a year, Jonathan Hirschfeld and Max Schiller have managed to turn their fledgling Swedish sneaker brand, Eytys (pronounced ’80s’ and spelled with Ys in reference to Generation Y), into a growing cult sensation set to generate €2 million (about $2.5 million) in revenue in 2014.

Who is Eytys?

Eytys is a Scandi brand that shifted from fledgling sneaker label to full-blown footwear phenomenon, and everyone’s now wearing them. Jonathan Hirschfeld and Max Schiller are the clever men behind Eytys (pronounced “eighties,” and the inclusion of two Ys reportedly represents Generation Y).

How big is an Eytys shoe in inches?

Eytys Footwear size guide EU UK US (F) 35 3 5.5 36 3.5 6 37 4.5 7 38 5 7.5

Which is the best brand of EYTYS shoes?

Eytys is all about providing versatile styles that take quality and comfort to another level but at an affordable price. One of the brand’s best selling models, the “Mother” is a perfect reflection of this mindset.

How are the soles of EYTYS shoes made?

One of the brand’s best selling models, the “Mother” is a perfect reflection of this mindset. While other companies build their rubber soles in layers, Eytys uses rubber molds with air holes in different places to help with weight distribution.

Who are the founders of the brand Eytys?

Unisex sneaker brand Eytys was launched in Stockholm, Sweden in 2013, and since then founders Jonathan Hirschfeld and Max Schiller have turned a simple shoe idea into a cult sensation, stocked at some of the world’s most influential stores and boutiques.