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    Default Kids shoes for growing feet

    Hi all, I'm just wondering where do you buy your child's shoes.
    My daughter has a small foot so I know only betts kids would do her size but they are around $70.... I'm not willing to go that much for a shoe that she will outgrow. We got her a size 3 and within a few months she's outgrown it.

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    I've bought them from cheeky little soles online. That have good quality shoes that aren't too expensive. That's for baby shoes. Then kids got sole for toddlers and girls shoes
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    Quote Originally Posted by IncyWincy View Post
    I've bought them from cheeky little soles online. That have good quality shoes that aren't too expensive. That's for baby shoes. Then kids got sole for toddlers and girls shoes
    How are they with sizes? Like betts?

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    I haven't bought betts sizes so I'm not sure. But they have sizing charts on there to help. I went by that and they were good

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    I just picked up some shoes today. My daughter is in size 5 now. Shoes and sox had clarks on sale for $50, and Payless had grosby sandals on saw for $20. Worth a look

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    It depends on what style of shoe you want. I've found adidas and Nike to have smaller, narrow sizes. I see the smaller sizes on sale all the time in footlocker.

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    I just got home from Shoes and Sox and picked up a pair of Stride Right for $39.99 reduced from $69.99. DD needs new ones every 3-3.5 months. Lady in the shop said that's normal and once they are 2-3 their feet don't grow as fast so you get longer wear out of each pair.


 

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