Have you been looking for a pair of Spanish shoes for your child? Some parents prefer to provide their children with European shoe brands since they believe they are made from high quality materials and provide better support to their kids’ feet.
I am familiar with which are the best Spanish shoe brands for children from having fitted them before, but among these brands there are certain shoe styles that are better than others. The good news is that I know exactly which styles are made from higher quality materials and provide more support than others.
I have been working for a specialized children’s shoe store for over 10 years now, and I know everything that relates to children’s shoes and the way they fit. This is a specialized shoe store that focuses on children with foot and leg problems, but we provide regular shoe fittings as well. We carry some of the most supportive children’s shoes and orthotics, and I am familiar with which shoe brands and which shoe styles are better than others.
Most parents with young children have heard of shoe brands such as Robeez, Stride Rite, New Balance, or Saucony. These are all shoe brands that we carry at the children’s shoe store that I work for, but we also carry European shoe brands such as Naturino, Primigi, Ricosta, Geox, Livie & Luca.
When it comes to specific Spanish shoe brands these are the ones I am most familiar with:
❤️ Agatha Ruiz de la Prada
❤️ De Osu
There are different Spanish shoe brands that rank among the best shoe brands for kids and you might not be familiar with them. What parents love the most about European children’s shoes is not only their distinct look, is the quality materials the shoes are made of and the way they fit (since leather tends to mold to your unique child’s footprint).
Two of the features that I love the most about European children’s shoes are:
- Rounder Toe-Box which allows your kids’ toes to freely move and prevents them from overlapping and pressing against one another.
- Narrow Heel which prevents heel movement and the formation of blisters and corns around the heel area.
Most European shoes I have fitted are made from high quality leathers. Parents love how well-made European shoes are, since their children tend to always outgrow the shoes before they wear them out. The shoes will continue living out their lives as hand-me-down shoes. However, I always encourage parents to not provide their children with hand-me-down shoes since they can create several foot issues to their feet.
I have helped several children at the shoe store that were complaining about foot and leg pain which was simply due to wearing hand me down shoes that were not providing the adequate amount of support.
The shoe styles I will describe in this article provide innovative shoe construction around creative, stylish child shoe fashion.
I will provide you with a selection of the best Spanish shoe for children shortly, but first I want to show you what features these shoes styles will provide and how you can figure out your child’s foot size from home.
Spanish Shoes for Children – 6 Awesome Features!
Let’s take a look at some of the most important features that Spanish shoes will provide for your child’s feet:
❤️ They are made out of 100% of high quality leather which allows the shoe to mold to your unique kids’ footprint.
❤️ They offer excellent support, so your children can run around all day without their feet and legs feeling tired.
❤️ The shoes are breathable and come with leather inner soles to prevent the build up of bacteria inside the shoe.
❤️ They are flexible and lightweight.
❤️ They provide lateral support since they come with a firm heel counter.
❤️ The shoes are stylish.
European shoes are seen as “health products” rather than “fashion items”, and this is one of the main reasons why European shoes are made of the highest quality standards.
Most children’s shoe brands in the United States such as New Balance, Saucony, and Stride Rite have their shoes made overseas mostly in China. While these shoe brands make really good shoe styles for children, some of them are not made with the same materials as European shoe styles are.
Now that you know what features a good shoe must provide in order to keep your child’s feet and legs healthy, let’s take a look at a selection of the best Spanish shoes for children.
The Best Spanish Shoes for Children ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
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I have fitted all of these shoe styles before and I can tell you that these shoes will protect and support your children’s feet, without restricting movement or growth. One of the greatest features of these shoe styles is how they adapt to the feet leaving them free to grow naturally.
All of these shoe styles fit “short”, which means that you need to provide your child with a whole size longer of the size that your child measured at the standard foot measuring scale (Brannock Device), in order to leave growing room. Make sure you don’t leave too much growing room since you might end up compromising your kids’ stability and making him or her more prone to falling down.
These shoe styles are also practically indestructible, which means that your children will outgrow their shoes before they wear them down.
Now that you know which are the best Spanish shoes for children, you are ready to make the most informed decision. While the prices of European shoes might be higher than other shoe styles, you are getting a good quality and supportive shoe style for your child.
I am always emphasizing to parents that it does’t matter how many features a particular shoe style provides, if the shoes are not fitted properly which involves getting the correct shoe length and the correct shoe width, your toddler won’t get any of the benefits that the shoes have to offer. Whats even worse you will end up creating all sort of foot issues to their feet.
I always recommend parents to take their children to their local fitting children’s shoe store that they trust, the issue is that most fitting stores have been closing down and parents need to end up buying their kids’ shoes online. There is nothing wrong with this, but you must know your child’s exact foot size in order to know what size to order.
I created a map that showcases the best fitting children’s shoe stores by state, so I suggest you start by taking a look at that map:
If after looking at that map you still can’t seem to identify a shoe store in your area, then proceed to taking a look at an article along with a video I created that describes the simplest, yet most effective way to figure out your child’s foot size from home:
The Best Kids’ Socks – Seamless ad Breathable!
Did you know that socks play a huge role in keeping your kids’ feet and legs healthy? Socks act as a barrier between your kids’ feet and the shoes, and prevents your kids from getting foot infections by preventing the buildup of bacteria inside the shoes.
Sock will also cushion your kids’ feet and prevent them from rubbing against the side of the shoes. When kids don’t wear socks they are more prone to developing blisters, since their skin is in direct contact with the shoes.
Some children will refuse to wear socks with their shoes because they feel every lump and bump, and in this case you should provide your child with a pair of seamless socks. Parents and children call these type of socks the “magical socks” because they truly make a difference for children with sensitive feet.
While I can’t get into too much detail in this article about which are the best children’s socks I wrote an article that will explain you everything you need to know about children’s socks and even show you which are the best seamless socks for kids (these socks are great for children who refuse to wear socks since they feel every lump and bump). Go to the link below:
Do you have a good fitting children’s shoe store in your area that you trust? I get several emails from parents asking me if I know about a good children’s shoe store in their area. It will be very helpful if you can tell us about a good fitting children’s shoe store in your area in the comments section below so other parents from the same area can benefit from your experiences.