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Parents decide this question in different ways, who prefers to buy a universal winter nursery, which is suitable for all variations of our weather conditions.
Young people give great importance to sneakers of the Weestep trademark, of great importance, because they are high-quality, fashionable, comfortable and worn for a long time.
Weestep has prepared for you a huge collection of sneakers for boys for every taste.
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New antibacterial insole from WEESTEP! The insole is made using a completely new technology using activated carbon, also our new insole has a light massage effect! The stout large arch support gives the insole an orthopedic effect! The insole is made of high quality genuine leather with perforation elements giving the insole an eco-effect! Experimentally, the insole is used only in shoes of the size group 22-27! From the spring season of 2020, the anti-bacterial massage insole from WEESTEP will be used in all size groups of Weestep shoes 22-27, 26-31, 32-37, in tulles, sneakers of demi-season shoes and summer shoes!
There can be no doubt as to the design content of Weestep children’s shoes: a taste for detail that is typically Italian, a passion for beautiful materials and an accurate research aimed at satisfying the practical requirements of today’s children. Each model is fruit of a great tradition combined with international fashion trends. More important still, these models derive from a capacity to reinterpret fashion, styles and colours with the eyes, spontaneity and imagination of modern children.
Advice on how to make a correct choice Before considering the individual characteristics of children’s shoes, it is a good idea to establish the right age for them to be used. When should a child wear his first pair of shoes? When he starts to take his first steps. In the months preceding this important phase of development, children’s feet need to grow and move as freely as possible. To force a tiny foot into a stiff shoe with high, rigid sides is a sure way to: hinder the movements of ankles and toes; decrease the sensitivity of a child’s feet which, at birth, is even greater than that of his hands; cause the child to graze his skin with the toes and heels of his shoes as he kicks his little legs.