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Good first shoes for narrow feet?

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Milkyway1304 Fri 17-Jul-15 20:10:55

My dd (14.5months) finally found her feet a few weeks ago after cruising since 8months! However she's gone from wobbly steps to confident walking very quickly. I've been keeping her barefoot at home, but we need some shoes for outdoors. Took her to be measured locally today, and turns out she has tiny narrow feet (approx infant size 3e). After searching in 3 shops we got one lovely pediped pair which she is very comfortable in. Only one pair were available, in white. I'd love a more practical pair for nursery- does anyone have suggestions for brands suited to narrow feet so I can find the nearest stockists and maybe call ahead?

Wisteria1979 Fri 17-Jul-15 20:15:09

Clark's do that size but don't know if they are any good. My dd also has narrow feet but not walking yet so watching with interest!

NoParking Fri 17-Jul-15 20:18:04

Bobux are narrower than Pediped and work well for my dd2 who has narrow, tiny feet and high arches.

Happy Little Soles stocks them and also has a function that allows you to find narrow shoes.

nicky2512 Fri 17-Jul-15 20:19:36

My dd is now 13 and has always had very narrow feet. Her feet are now size 5 and its just getting harder! Thank goodness for dainty converse. Have spent two days trying to get school shoes that fit and are considered acceptable! Still no joy. Its a long time ago so things may have changed but when dd was little Ricosta and Agatha dela Prada were good.

Milkyway1304 Fri 17-Jul-15 20:50:33

Maybe I should get a selection from happy little soles, assuming they allow me returns. Was hoping to get it in store to try them. She's taking after me with tiny narrow feet, I'm only size 3.5 in adult shoes.

ch1134 Fri 17-Jul-15 21:06:49

My son's first pair was from startrite... 3.5 E.

NuzzleandScratch Fri 17-Jul-15 21:12:17

Primigi shoes are good for narrow feet, both my dds have worn them. They're beautiful shoes, but not easy to find. We got ours from independent shoe shops. You can buy them online if you know her size though, but obviously it's always best to try shoes on.

NoParking Sat 18-Jul-15 07:13:23

OP Happy Little Soles will send you a selection and you can return the ones you don't want. I've found their advice to be very good though, and rarely need to return stuff.

Duggee Sat 18-Jul-15 07:16:47

Bobux are narrow but I found their soles very stiff, even though they say ultra flexible on the website. We went for startrite soft soles. They come in a narrow fit too.

NoParking Sat 18-Jul-15 07:25:17

It depends which Bobux, ime. They have different ranges. Dd2's current ones are pretty bendy.

Milkyway1304 Sat 18-Jul-15 18:29:02

Thanks all, I've e-mailed happy little soles there!

nicky2512 Sat 18-Jul-15 20:30:21

Managed to get dd school shoes today! Primigi, so they are worth a try.

LIZS Sat 18-Jul-15 20:31:42

E isn't that narrow. Try startrite.

Choppeddates Sun 19-Jul-15 11:46:03

Primigi for narrow.

Ricista is for wide

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