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    My dd has very wide feet and I was buying Clarks shoes but they cost a fortune. I recently found some shoes at payless that are very wide and fit perfectly. Great Price too.

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    Love Garvalin and stride rite .. Also converse and Gymboree ..

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    I used to buy pediped from endless.com but its a lot more expensive to buy from amazon

    Now Dd has a pair of nike free for when with me, and some soft Kmart canvas shoes for daycare. They are actually fantastic, and can just be chucked in the wash, plus they are Velcro so good for dds narrow feet. My step mums friend is a podiatrist and recommends soft soled shoes/bare feet for toddlers

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