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Baby with small and narrow feet

Discussion in 'Parenting' started by catzroolz, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. When I was a child my parents had loads of problems getting shoes for me because my feet were so narrow (they still are I can't wear stilettos).
    I think its looks like my daugher will have the same problem, her feet are tiny. Its not so much the size I think will be the problem its the width!
    Can anyone recommend a shop that sell baby shoes for narrow feet, I think Clarks start at an E-fitting which was always too wide for me

    thanks
     
  2. When I was a child my parents had loads of problems getting shoes for me because my feet were so narrow (they still are I can't wear stilettos).
    I think its looks like my daugher will have the same problem, her feet are tiny. Its not so much the size I think will be the problem its the width!
    Can anyone recommend a shop that sell baby shoes for narrow feet, I think Clarks start at an E-fitting which was always too wide for me

    thanks
     
  3. Chica77

    Chica77 New commenter

    I would try Clarks first, they probably have more choice than when we were kids! I remember hating Clarks shoes and being forced to wear them all through school by my parents, but actually now they have a much better choice of styles.
    My son is 19 months and on his 3rd pair of shoes, all from Clarks. I worry as his feet are so big - size 7 already!
     
  4. Startrite do narrow fittings, I always had to wear them because I had narrow feet while my brother could only get shoes wide enough in Clarks.
    My girls have wide feet, the eldest a G and the yougest an H so no shoes off the shelf and restricted styles for them. This winter I gave up on the younger and bought her hiking boot as Claks had no boots that fitted her.
     
  5. lilachardy

    lilachardy Star commenter

    I don't know if it's still the case, but Clarks used to do C to G fittings. Startright did C to H.

    Neither of which suited me. I had to wear hand made shoes, which wasn't fun.
     

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