What to consider when buying baby shoes

Download What to consider when buying baby shoes

Post on 07-Jul-2015




1 download


The general advice is that babies should be kept barefoot or in socks. Once they start learning to walk, baby shoes become more of a necessity. When that time comes there are a number of factors to consider when making a purchase.


<ul><li> 1. WHAT TO CONSIDERWHEN BUYING BABYSHOES http://shoebaby.com.au/</li></ul> <p> 2. HTTP://SHOEBABY.COM.AU/ The general advice is that babies should be keptbarefoot or in socks. Once they start learning towalk, baby shoes from shoebaby become more ofa necessity. When that time comes there are anumber of factors to consider when making apurchase. 3. HTTP://SHOEBABY.COM.AU/ The soles of baby shoes should be soft and flexibleso that the feet can move freely. Pick the shoe upand bend it, if it feels stiff move on to a differentone. They also need to have some grip to preventany unnecessary falls, so rubber soled with ridgesis the best way to go. 4. HTTP://SHOEBABY.COM.AU/ The material should be lightweight. Babies havea hard enough time finding their balance withoutany added weight. The material should also bebreathable so they do not get too hot. 5. HTTP://SHOEBABY.COM.AU/ Babies feet are growing and changing all thetime so it is important to get the right fit. Manystores will offer a free fitting service, and someeven measure width as well as length for an evenbetter fit. There will be no obligation to buy. 6. HTTP://SHOEBABY.COM.AU/ Feet can swell up throughout the day so shoppingis better done in the afternoon to be sure you getthe best fit, otherwise shoes that felt right in themorning may be too tight later in the day. 7. HTTP://SHOEBABY.COM.AU/ Velcro fastenings are easier to use but the childmay be able to undo them on their own. Whilethis can be useful when they are older and youwant them to be more independent, if you have ababy with a tendency to throw things out of thepushchair Velcro may not be a good idea. Lacesare more difficult and can still come undoneeasily so if you go for this option make sure thereis enough length to tie a double knot. 8. HTTP://SHOEBABY.COM.AU/ Open-toed footwear may look pretty, but whenchildren are first learning to walk they will fall alot and these will not offer the necessaryprotection. Better to save those until she is a bitolder and more steady on her feet. For now, toesshould remain covered to prevent injury. 9. HTTP://SHOEBABY.COM.AU/ Second hand can be a cheaper option but is notrecommended. Infant shoes are very flexible andmould to the shape of the foot over time, soalthough the right size they may be the wrongshape. Buying new is much better for your childsfeet. 10. HTTP://SHOEBABY.COM.AU/ Be sure to check the fit regularly, as feet growvery rapidly at this age. Leaving a child in ill-fitting footwear could lead to problems with thedevelopment of his feet further down the line.Keep a look out for any red marks on your childsfeet that may indicate rubbing. 11. HTTP://SHOEBABY.COM.AU/ Some can be very expensive but there are manycheaper alternatives available like shoebaby.Once you have had her feet measured you areunder no obligation to buy from that particularstore. Baby shoes will need to be replacedregularly and the costs can quickly add up, solook around. 12. WHAT TO CONSIDERWHEN BUYING BABYSHOES http://shoebaby.com.au/</p>