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This study aims to reveal the effects of shoe size room on the inner environment of shoes by examiningthe changes of footskin temperature, temperature and humidity of the shoes, and psychological responses.The following conclusions were made:1. Skin temperature had significant differences according to shoe sizes in the inner foot parts (right/left)and the outer foot part (left). As time went, skin temperature was distributed as follows: Type A >Type C > Type B.2. Skin temperature appeared in the following order: instep > inner foot > outer foot.3. The temperature within the shoes had significant differences: Type A > Type C > Type B. But nosignificance was recognized in the humidity within the shoes: Type B > Type C > Type A.4. Some significance was noticed in the psychological responses of size fitness and comfortableness.In size fitness, Type B was responded to be fitting, Type A little small, and Type C rather big.Moisture had similar changes according to three shoe sizes, but humid was the response as timewent. Comfortableness appeared in the order of Type C > Type B > Type A.