Decent children’s shoes are not cheap, however its really important to have your children’s shoes fitted properly to prevent future problems. I tend to shop for the children’s shoes are John Lewis or Clarks shops, this means that they usually get Stat-rite or Clarks shoes. Lucky for me I was sent a £50 voucher to go and get Toddler Boy and Fifi some Clarks shoes in return for an honest blog about the service we got.
Toddler Boy and Fifi have both been asking for boots for a few weeks so I boldly ventured to Clarks in Welwyn Garden City and hoped that they had what they wanted. It was a Saturday so the shop was busy, but we got served as promptly as possible. The service was friendly and we were all put at ease. They had what we wanted and both children left the shop happily and proudly wearing their new boots.
Toddler Boy opted for these he has been wearing them ever since. They seem good quality and have worn very well so far. He even walked across a muddy ploughed field the other day without getting wet feet. The best thing is that he can put them on himself easily. Hurrah!
Fifi opted for the IceLaceGTX Fst in Plum leather. They are brilliant for her as not only are they waterproof as they are made from Gore-Tex leather but they are warm and cosy. She is happy to put them on herself, but obviously needs help to zip them up. She has worn them out and about for a couple of weeks and they still look brand new.
I’m very happy with the service we received and the quality of the boots, the children (who are real fashionistas) like them. Yes, they do cost a bit more than high-street clothes shops but I for one think it’s worth it.