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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Endless.com have a great range of kids shoes ( US store but deliver here in 3 days!) they have literally hundreds of brands , or Osh Kosh have good shoes ( I just bought DS red sneakers for $8 on sale at the Bondi store!)
    The range is fantastic isn't it, I'm about to buy the kids shoes for winter from endless.com

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    Im a big believer in 'you get what you pay for' buy cheap shoes but don't expect them to last a whole season!!!

    We have good shoes that have lasted through 5 children!!! So certainly got $$ worth there!!

    There are enough places to buy good quality kids shoes cheaper, some suggestions here already!

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    I buy shoes from target, best n less and Kmart and pay 10 - 15 a pair max

    All are still in perfect condition when Ds has outgrow them

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    I like Grosby from Big W

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    At Williams, they have 20% off crayons shoes

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    I openly buy the kids shoes from betts kids. Won't buy them from anywhere else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneDoe View Post
    Im a big believer in 'you get what you pay for' buy cheap shoes but don't expect them to last a whole season!!!

    We have good shoes that have lasted through 5 children!!! So certainly got $$ worth there!!

    There are enough places to buy good quality kids shoes cheaper, some suggestions here already!
    I think it's a waste to spend too much on children's shoes when they don't even fit them for a whole season. My daughter has outgrown so many shoes before they wore out.

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    I like www.skeanie.com.au shoes - if you sign up for their emails (or facebook), they have a 50% off sale a couple of times during the year

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    I'm a big fan of Skeanie and Tip Toey Joey. Although the TTJ toddler shoes are a lot more expensive than their baby shoes.

    Skeanie has sales quite often too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    Endless.com have a great range of kids shoes ( US store but deliver here in 3 days!) they have literally hundreds of brands , or Osh Kosh have good shoes ( I just bought DS red sneakers for $8 on sale at the Bondi store!)
    Thank you!

    I just jumped on this site, and saw sandals that I paid $79 for in store, $48 on this site.


 

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