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Shoe brands for wider feet toddlers

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ml01omm · 29/09/2022 12:14

Hi

DC is a 'G' fitting - so I've been stuck buying his shoes from Start rite ( which in fairness I do like) and Clarks (really dislike the quality for the price they charge).

Can anyone recommend any other brands I can try that are naturally 'wider' fitting ( not necessarily an official 'G')?

I've found tesco and asda shoes too narrow for him. They just about fit when he first goes into the size, but then out grows the width first!

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Celeryfavour · 29/09/2022 12:18

Barefoot brands are usually wide - have a look on Happy Little Soles website. I like Bobux and Livie and Luca.

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Shmithecat2 · 29/09/2022 12:23

Bobux for toddlers are wonderful. Not cheap but absolutely worth every penny.

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DashDotCom · 29/09/2022 12:38

My son only fits in H&M shoes out of the brands I’ve tried and he’s got wide feet.

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Jellybott · 30/09/2022 07:07

Next do G fit shoes. There's lots on the clearance section of their website if you don't fancy spending much, I picked up a nice pair for £7 recently

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KitKatKit · 30/09/2022 07:52

My DS was measured as a H (extra wide). I bought him one pair of Clarks shoes (£40) and then after that have had him solely in Nike trainers (velcro options seem wider than lace up). They fit him well and I can get them for significantly cheaper than Clarks or Bobux.

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Thewolvesarerunningagain · 30/09/2022 08:16

If his feet were measured at Clark's I'd get them remeasured at an independent store. They seem to specialise in wide fittings...

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