So, I had a buyer ask me to measure inner sole length of a shoe I'm selling. I measured to the best of my ability and gave him the measurements.
He replied with "my foot measures to XXxx and I think these are too large"
What's the rule of thumb in determining how much longer the inner sole should be longer than 1. One's actual foot size and 2. One's tagged shoe size
I think the insole is normally 1/4 -1/2 inches longer than your foot. I'm not sure how precise that is.