Saturday, June 29, 2013

Stride Rite Review



I received an item from Stride Rite for the purpose of this review
More than likely if you have children you've heard of Stride Rite. They make wonderful children's shoes that are meant for their growing feet and are very high quality so they can be passed down from child to child or cousin to cousin. 

We had the opportunity recently to review a pair for Emerson. They sent us a new Monster's University pair and they are just the cutest shoes!


Mike on one shoe and Sulley on the other
 The sole is perfect for early runners. It's very grippy so they're less likely to fall.
 This is probably the best part though. 
The shoes have this insert in the footbed. It pulls out and it's a measuring tool. So you can see when it's time to upgrade sizes so easily!


 I love that they have a nice wide opening so even slightly wider feet will fit with no problems. 
These shoes are super cute. And they are a bit big. Emerson was measured at our local Stride Rite at a 4.5. So that's the size we got, but they are a bit big, which for us is actually perfect since they'll be perfect for fall when tennis shoes are more needed.
But I also know that if we're going to be doing a good amount of walking outside, he can use these now. 

Stride Rite shoes are built so well and are of such high quality. Avery won a pair of their shoes years ago and she wore them until literally she couldn't wear them anymore. And then they were still in perfect condition. I can't wait for Emerson to get to use these more. I know they're perfect for his growing feet and will allow him room to grow. 

Stride Rite carries shoes from newborn soft sole up to a kids 7. 

Price: These are $48, although their shoes are a bit pricey, how many pairs does your child really need? 1 sandal and 1 tennis shoe right? Isn't it worth $100 per season for your child to have good shoes?

Overall: ***** love these shoes, they're super cute (and I don't usually get character shoes) and they seems like they'll last us a long long time. 
*Disclaimer* I received an item directly from Stride Rite in exchange for a review. I was not paid to try out these products*
A big thank you goes out to Stride Rite for allowing me to review this product




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