With feet bigger than an average newborn, these guys are bound to stand their ground very firmly.
If you think that someone you know has big feet, you might want to take a look at the list below.
We present you the Top 5 biggest feet in the world along with their their respective owners.
5. Carl Griffiths – 14.5 in (36.8 cm)
An astonishing UK size 21 feet (US size 21.5, Europe size 56) made Carl Griffiths from Trimsaram in South Wales the proud owner of biggest feet in the entire UK, and one of the biggest feet in the world.
Although Griffiths is 6’5” ins tall (195.58 cm), his feet are still very disproportional when compared to the rest of the body, which can clearly be seen in the picture below.
4. Freddie Smook – 14.57 in (37 cm)
With feet so big that his shoes are specially manufactured in an orthopaedic center, Freddie Smook from South Africa easily made our Top 5 list.
3. Brahim Takioullah – 15 in (38.1 cm)
The Guinness World Record holder for largest feet on a living person, Brahim Takioullah, is also the third tallest living person with a height of 2.46 m (8′ 1”).
As Takioullah himself stated, finding European size 58 shoes can be quite a problem.
2. Matthew McGrory – 16.73 in (42.5 cm)
Mr. Big Foot himself, the late Matthew McGrory was one of the highly demanded actors for the roles of giant, due to his whopping 7′ 6” (2.29 m) height.
He was also known for his gigantic, Europe size 64 (US size 29.5, UK size 29) feet, confirmed as biggest feet in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records.
McGrory died of natural causes in 2005 at the age of 32 and was never diagnosed with gigantism.
1. Robert Wadlow – 17 in (47 cm)
The tallest man in recorded history, Robert Wadlow, reached a dizzying height of 8′ 11” (2.72 m), which made him about 3 feet (0.9 m) taller than his own father.
In order to keep such a giant firmly on the ground one must also have gigantic feet, which Robert Wadlow most certainly did with a size 36.5 foot (UK size 36, Europe size 71) making this American the owner of biggest feet in the world.