Children’s Foot Health advice from Bobux
At Bobux, we’re all about the health of your kid’s feet. When it comes down to it, we have no other reason for existing.
We create shoes for healthy feet, so we know it’s essential to provide you with a bank of resources, tips and information about the development of children’s feet, and help you understand foot health.
On our blog, you’ll find information about developmental stages of kid’s feet, how to fit shoes correctly and knowing whether your kid’s feet are developed properly. We’ve also enlisted the help of Aussie podiatrist, and mumma herself, Anna Beetham to help us navigate the science behind kid’s feet, and she’ll be regularly contributing to our Foot Health Blog!
As a parent, you want to make sure you do everything right for your baby’s health. There is a reason why soft soles were invented for babies. Learn why.
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!.
Exercise plays a crucial role in the healthy development of kids, but getting kids into action is not always an easy task. So here are 6 creative ways to encourage your kids to exercise.
Kids’ bodies and brains are constantly taking in and making sense of information about the world around them - and the soles of their growing feet are a powerhouse of information processing.
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.
Those well-loved kicks will have to retire one day and any parent will tell you this isn’t a once-in-a-blue-moon occasion, so here are 5 signs it's time to buy new shoes for your child.
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.