Regular children’s shoes?
A flawed concept
98% of all kids are born with healthy feet, but only 20% manage to keep their feet healthy until they reach adulthood. This is mainly due to ill-fitting shoes with a flawed concept.
Conventional kids’ shoes usually exhibit a variety of conceptual errors: they are too stiff, too heavy, have a narrow, pointy toe box and an elevated heel. They support kids’ feet unnecessarily with footbeds or thick, cushioning soles. As a result they impede natural movement and the development of a healthy foot – with strong muscles and straight toes.