Shoes for Kids with Seven Toes – Extra Depth and Rounder Toe-Boxes

Are you having a hard time finding a pair of shoes to accommodate the shape of your child’s foot with seven toes? Do you feel like you have tried several different shoes but they all end up cramping and squeezing your child’s toes? Shoes for kids with seven toes are really hard to find, as most off-the-shelf shoes are not made to accommodate the additional space that extra toes take inside the shoes.

This condition is more common than you think, and aside from running in families, there can be specific gene defects that determine the shape of the feet.

Finding a pair of shoes for a child who has seven toes can be quite a frustrating and time-consuming experience. The most common problem is how parents can’t seem to be able to find shoes that are wide enough at the front to accommodate the shape of the child’s extra toes.

The Importance of Finding Shoes that Fit Correctly

Toes are not meant to rub or overlap against one another, they are designed to move as they did with cavemen and cavewomen. If you allow your child to wear shoes that cramp the toes together, your child might develop several foot issues that range from blisters, calluses, and corns, to general foot and leg pain. Cramped toes can also affect your child’s walking gait.

Your kids’ shoes should not get in the way and allow your kids to perform at their best, allowing them to walk and run comfortably, especially if they are involved in sports or high-impact activities.

Imagine how painful it can be for children to jump and land on their feet in shoes that don’t allow the toes to properly spread. It’s important to reduce extra pressure on your kids’ toes by wearing the correct type of shoes.

It’s important to clarify that your child won’t need customized shoes to accommodate the extra toes, you just need to find regular everyday shoes that provide 2 key features which are a round toe-box and extra depth.

What Makes the Shoes I Recommend Effective for Kids with Seven Toes?

The key here is to find a pair of shoes that prevent the toes from rubbing or overlapping against one another, while making sure that the shoes are not too wide for the child’s feet. To accomplish this, we must make sure that the shoes provide the 2 important features that I mentioned before:

1️⃣ Extra Depth: This feature allows the child’s feet to fit deeply inside the shoes, preventing the top part of the toes from rubbing against the top front part of the shoes. Let’s compare the difference between a shoe style that provides extra depth versus one that doesn’t:

2️⃣ Rounder Toe-Boxes: This feature allows the child’s toes to spread comfortably and prevent them from rubbing against the top or side of the shoes. Let’s take a look at the difference between two shoe styles that are the same size and width but they have very different toe-boxes:

These two features will allow you to accommodate the shape of your child’s 7 toes without getting shoes that are too wide for your child’s feet.

Let me walk you through the process of finding the correct type of shoes for a child with 7 toes.

➡️ The first step is to make sure that the shoes are available in wide or extra wide widths. Children’s shoes come labeled as “N” for narrow, “M” for medium, “W” wide, and “XW” for extra wide.

It’s highly likely that even though your child might have a narrow or medium width foot, you will need to find a pair of shoes that come labeled as wide or extra wide, to accommodate the shape of your child’s extra toes.

➡️ The second step is to make sure that you provide your child with a pair of seamless socks. These types of socks don’t constrict the toes, and they help prevent your child’s toes from rubbing or overlapping against one another.

➡️ The third step is to make sure that you provide your child with the correct shoe size. Parents make the common mistake of providing children with shoes that have extra space in the front to allow extra space for the extra toes. This will end up compromising your child’s stability, making your child more prone to falling.

The biggest issue is that parents are often confused as to how they are supposed to find shoes that come with a rounder toe-box and provide extra depth if shoes don’t come labeled that way. The only way to tell if the shoes provide those 2 features is by having fitted them before.

I have fitted a couple of children with 6 toes on their feet before, but I have only been able to fit one child with 7 toes on his feet before. I noticed how most children with extra toes tend to have them next to the big or the little toe.

I am going to provide you with a selection of the deepest shoes with the roundest toe-boxes that I have fitted before, but first I want to show you how to provide your child with the correct shoe size.

Are You 100% of Your Child’s Exact Foot Size? – Let’s Find Out!

I always recommend parents take their children to be properly fitted for shoes at their local specialized shoe store. However, most parents might not be aware that they have a good specialized children’s shoe store in their area. If you don’t have a store in your area then proceed to take a look at an article that I created that describes the simplest, yet most effective way to figure out your child’s exact foot size from home.

In that article I help parents determine their child’s exact foot size and whether the child has narrow, medium, wide, or extra wide feet. I also will be able to tell you whether your child has a high instep or not.

You should know that I only recommend shoe styles that I have fitted before, since that is the only way for me to tell how supportive, well-made, and durable the shoes are. More importantly, by having fitted the shoes before I can also tell you how the shoes fit.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at the best shoes for children with seven toes. It’s time to stop the struggle and find shoes that fit your child’s feet properly! Disclosure: Some links in this post may be affiliate links and we may receive a small commission (at no extra cost to you) when you click our links and make purchases.

The Best Shoes for Kids with Seven Toes

These are the best shoes for kids with seven toes that I have fitted before, and they are available in medium (M), wide (W), and extra wide (XW).

What Are the Best Socks for Kids with Seven Toes?

Before you leave, I wanted to emphasize how socks also play a key role when it comes to fitting the shape of a child’s foot with seven toes. Every time I have to fit a child with extra toes, I always recommend parents to provide their children with socks that prevent the toes from rubbing or overlapping against one another. Seamless socks are my go-to socks for children with extra toes.

That article describes how to make sure that you provide your child with the correct sock size. You don’t want your child’s socks to be too long or too short. Socks that are too long will end up bunching up below your child’s feet and make your child feel uncomfortable. On the other hand, socks that are too short will make your child’s extra toes overlap and rub against one another.

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Do not hesitate to contact me directly at my e-mail if you have any further questions or if you need a different pair of shoes to accommodate your child’s seven toes. My e-mail address is: fittingchildrensshoes@gmail.com

Have you found a particular shoe style that has been effective in accommodating the shape of your child’s seven toes? Please share your findings below so other parents can benefit from your experiences.