Have been looking at these flat paddy type of shoes, but am wondering if he needs more support, like this? It probably won't be long until he's walking (couple of months) and we're a bit skint so want to make sure we get something that he'll get teh most use out of.
Bit that his trainers are going to cost the same as mine!
Any suggestions? Obviously they don't have to be Robeez, have just been looking at them as that's what he's had for the last 6 months.
My dd is 15 months and i haven't bothered with cruisrs for her - she adores being barefoot, so much so that she won't have socks on at all. She's almost walking now, so i'll probably wait til the kids go back to school and take her and have her properly measured for shoes/boots that will last her the winter.
With ds, my pfb, i bought into the whole cruiser thing. £35 down the drain. Never again.
sorry to bump up quite old thread but just wanted to say i got those 3.99 shoes that 4and.. linked here, they arrived today and so impressed with them for that price, so just wanted to 2nd their recomendation
sorry to disagree with all, but if walking outside ie cruising around equipment at park all my ds wore clarks cruisers, v.soft flexible soles compared to proper walking shoes but for autumn they keep feet dry and protected. otherwise indoors or whilst sitting in pram nothing.