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Helenagg0907 Tue 18-Mar-14 10:12:04

Does anyone know or have heared off finding shoes for 1 years olds in a width i , clarks weren't much help as they only go to a H

5madthings Tue 18-Mar-14 10:13:21

My boys have wide feet, can't get Clark's.

I have to get European shoes such as Geor, Ricosta, Rocco and petasil.

Your best bet is to go to an independent shoe shop that stocks a range of makes.

Helenagg0907 Tue 18-Mar-14 10:17:26

Oo yes I will have to try them , just had a quick search on internet but found nothing ,any particular website you could recommend? X

5madthings Tue 18-Mar-14 10:19:00

I have never bought them online as I go to a little independent shoe shop in my town.


Helenagg0907 Tue 18-Mar-14 10:21:08

No problem I'll have to see if there are any locally in the north east x

cravingcake Tue 18-Mar-14 13:41:38

You could also try a sports shop for decent kids trainers. My DS is a G or H at Clarks and the last pair of shoes we got him are Nike trainers, they just seem to fit him well. We tried them on him in the shop and he ran about straight away so must be comfy. Around £20 but he wears them every day. May be worth a try.

WomanScorned Tue 18-Mar-14 14:28:19

Try Javari smile

dannydyerismydad Tue 18-Mar-14 14:36:49

DS was an I or j fitting for his first pair of shoes. I swear his feet were wider than they are long. We had to go up a size to get the width - several shops advised we do this, not just Clark's. Ever since he's slimmed down to a G. Apparently this is quite normal.

Helenagg0907 Tue 18-Mar-14 16:32:14

Thanks everyone I will try and see if there are any trainers in jd sports or anything x

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