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Does anyone have any Piedro boots size 20 for sale at all?

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yummymummy345 Thu 04-Apr-13 20:24:55

Hi there I understand that the above boots are one of the best for supporting hypermobile joints. Does anyone have any for sale which they have finished with? My ds is just growing out of his current boots and thought I would try here first. Thank you

SallyBear Fri 05-Apr-13 07:05:08

Why aren't you getting them through your Orthotic service at your local hospital?

lougle Fri 05-Apr-13 07:25:25

Piedro boots are not suitable for off the peg purchase. The sizing is quite precise and uses a different gauge to other shoes, and they come in about 9 different widths.

They are much stiffer than normal shoes and can cause nasty blisters etc., very quickly if they are not the right size. I'm never allowed to order them without orthotics measuring DD1's feet, even if they've just been measured at a shoe shop, then I'm never allowed to just pick them up. I have to go into the hospital and let them check DD1 for fit.

yummymummy345 Mon 08-Apr-13 20:58:28

Ok thank you for the advice. I will refer it back to the Physio but thought it would take ages to get the shoes (if indeed it is something that my ds is able to have through them) And so thought in the meanwhile would see if I could purchase any.

2old2beamum Mon 08-Apr-13 21:15:00

If you are unable to get a pair I have a pair you can have.Never walked in. PM me

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