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Decent/strong pair of shoes for an 8yo 'toe-kicker'??

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KansasCityOctopus Wed 24-Apr-13 11:16:35

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KansasCityOctopus Wed 24-Apr-13 22:33:36

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5madthings Wed 24-Apr-13 22:36:11

I get geox or ricosta shoes for my boys but they aren't cheap.

What size is he, just that I have four boys and lots of outgrown shoes and may have some even if they bare just a spare pair for playing smile

KansasCityOctopus Wed 24-Apr-13 22:42:53

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ProphetOfDoom Wed 24-Apr-13 22:44:39

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5madthings Wed 24-Apr-13 22:45:23

Big feet like my eight year old then! Do check and pm me as I may be able to send some.

5madthings Wed 24-Apr-13 22:47:44

Hush puppies are also meant to be good and there is a make called ttoughies? There was a thread similar to this on another parenting forum recently and they were both recomemded.

5madthings Wed 24-Apr-13 22:49:27

www.amazon.co.uk/Toughees-Shoes-Kids-Nathan-School/dp/B003Y3B54U

Here you go the toughies get good reviews on amazon smile

5madthings Wed 24-Apr-13 22:56:12

www.barratts.co.uk/en/brands/hush-puppies/kids-hush-puppies/

messmonster Wed 24-Apr-13 23:00:35

I also got my 8 year old DS Geox after he kept wearing through his Clarks pairs in a matter of weeks.Would recommend them since they've passed the DS test with flying colours smile

He's only a 12.5 otherwise I would be up for posting his that he's just grown out of.

Just found these on Amazon but at £36.99 they are still probably too pricey.

5madthings Wed 24-Apr-13 23:07:35

Geox are fab, pricey but fab. We get them from an I dependent shoe shop, always have plenty of growing room and my boys haven't managed to destroy a pair yet and they are hard on their shoes!

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