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- Be just the right fit. Ask for help when shopping for shoes.
- Be easy on, easy off – do yourself a favour.
- Be light-weight.
- Have flexible soles. You should be able to bend the toe of the shoe up.
- Have non-slip soles.
- Have a square toe rather than a pointed one.
- Have stiff heel counters. The back should provide support.
- Not have heels.
Written by Treasures
Monday, 10 December 2012 3:21 a.m.
Data go to banks shoes I used to work for the company and have gay Adidas sneakers and few other. They will help fit and guide u to the right shoe for your child! Quality does cost a bit more but it's so important tomhave supportive and flexiable shoes when they are learning to walk.
Sunday, 30 October 2011 4:26 a.m.
I have found Bobux shoes the best, great fit, flexible soles and range from newborn (very soft) right through to walking. My DS is in the pre-walk range at the moment, would highly recommend.
Tuesday, 26 April 2011 1:09 p.m.
i find that bobux shoes are realy great and dont fall of, thay rang for $40 to $50 and come in many different stages, the i walk are ideal for learning to walk hope this helps
Monday, 24 January 2011 11:15 p.m.
Not sure if this will help but was in Number 1 Shoe warehouse buying shoes for my DS who isn't quite walking yet and my husband and I got chatting to another mother with a 2 year old. She suggested to us that when he starts fully walking unsupported to buy him Nike shoes. (pos a wee bit expensive) but they have the air-tech soles etc and very light weight for new walkers. I have seen these for sale in FrontRunner - but could probably be found in other sporting shops.
Hope you find something that helps :)
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