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Choosing kids shoes constructed from the right materials for their needs is really important. Kids feet need support, breathability and flexibility, ensuring that their shoes are specifically constructed from quality materials has many benefits. So what is the best material for kids shoes? This depends on the style of shoe and the needs of the child. Generally natural materials such as leather, suede, cotton and rubber are great materials.
Bobux soft soles are a worldwide favourite for little feet. Bobux Soft Sole is the original all-leather, ultra-soft shoe that gently protects and comforts babies’ growing feet without being restricting or rigid. Little feet need to be protected, but they also need the freedom to grow and develop naturally, the Bobux founders designed the Original Soft Sole almost 30 years ago to be like a second skin.
Fitting kids' shoes and understanding foot width can be a challenge. While our little ones grow, their feet continually change in both width and length. It can be especially challenging when your child has wide or narrow feet! It’s important to ensure kids are fitted in the right shoes to encourage natural and healthy foot development to avoid all manner of foot problems.
As little explorers find their feet, it’s so important for them to be in shoes that not only provide protection, but also allow for free and natural movement. Antoni Caserta, podiatrist and Director of AJC Podiatry discusses the importance of this and other considerations when looking for footwear, and why he recommends Bobux as a brand of choice.
Most baby shoes out there are cheaply designed and constructed without your little one’s foot health in mind. Read on to learn about how science meets style for your baby or toddler’s feet!
Podiatrist highlights important aspects of footwear into tips to ensure the shoe you are buying is the best size and shape for your child’s feet.
Merino wool lined kids shoes or merino wool kids socks will make the perfect option for the colder seasons. Here are 5 reasons why merino can benefit your kids’ feet this winter.