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Depending on their stage of development, your child’s feet have their own unique footwear requirements. Podiatrist Anna Beetham put together this step-by-step guide to help you choose the best shoes for your little one’s future foot health.
Podiatrist Anna Beetham simplifies one of the most important aspects of footwear into easy to use tips to ensure the shoe you are buying is the best size and shape for your child’s feet.
Tested by nature, Merino is one of the oldest varieties of wool in the world. And while we risk sounding like a bunch of sheep fanatics, the Bobux design team is nothing short of obsessed with this natural, miracle fibre.
Teaching your kids about their feet is a great way to help them see how strong, smart and cool they are - all the more reason to take care of them!
When you’re looking for shoes for your little one, things like quality, breathability, flexibility and light-weightedness come into play. But beyond that, you need to consider the shape of your child’s feet.
We know babies have their own funny ways of communicating, but your wee darling probably won’t be able to tell you that their feet are sore, cold or cramped. Whether or not they communicate it to you, your baby’s feet need to be looked after. From heel to toe, here are 10 ways you can to take care of baby’s feet.