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What shoes do you buy when kids outgrow Clarks?

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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
I have just been to get my sons new school shoes only to find that he is now a 3 1/2 which Clarks don't do. I have tried Next shoes but they don't last. Any ideas?
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9y, 3m agoPosted 9 years, 3 months ago
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banned#1
Two ice cream tubs with a hole cut in the lid, sorted me out.
banned#2
cut his toes off, he doesnt need them and get size 3
banned#3
sorry that wasnt funny :-(
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hothothot
cut his toes off, he doesnt need them and get size 3


Then enjoy your child-free existent in the insane asylum where you can smear your excrement over the ceiling and walls.

HHH - Never, EVER, have children.
#5
hothothot
sorry that wasnt funny :-(


No, but tempting :)
#7
I still have a pair of clarks shoes (childrens section!) which are a size 6 1/2....
#8
It is a problem, especially for school when you need good quality that will last more than a term. We moved on to Schuch (? right spelling), seemed good quality and lasted a whole year, once his feet stopped growing
#9
Bootleg? Thats like, the teenager range. I wore Next shoes in the last 2/3 years of school. Playin footy in 'em on the playground, running round n so forth. They were titanium, still has my last pair I bought start of year 11 for work :)
#10
jamesterror
Bootleg? Thats like, the teenager range. I wore Next shoes in the last 2/3 years of school. Playin footy in 'em on the playground, running round n so forth. They were titanium, still has my last pair I bought start of year 11 for work :)


Yea, those are the ones I had - still have a pair (as mentioned earlier!) good quality - from clarks
#11
erm i buy my lil sis timberland boots for school she outgrows outta them but :(
#12
Can't you just get a size 4 if you can't find a 3 1/2. His feet will grow quickly in no time!
#13
Iom-RF
Can't you just get a size 4 if you can't find a 3 1/2. His feet will grow quickly in no time!


The lady in Clarks said that size 3 is the largest size that Clarks do so anything bigger than that i have to buy elsewhere.
#14
jamesterror
Bootleg? Thats like, the teenager range. I wore Next shoes in the last 2/3 years of school. Playin footy in 'em on the playground, running round n so forth. They were titanium, still has my last pair I bought start of year 11 for work :)



Are Bootleg from Clarks? now im confused!!
#15
Found the Bootleg shoes but i thought they were expensive so i ordered him a pair of Ben Sherman (apparently hard wearing) from M&M Direct for 23.00. Thanks for your help :)
#16
I have a daughter who has the skinniest feet but is a size 13. Asda & tesco do a range that are 'unscratchable'!! & have shoes that fit her for a half decent price. one of my other daughters is mad on football & these shoes even last her until her feet have outgrown them ~ very hardwearing. so could try there.

mind you, I thought the idea of ice cream tubs was a good one...
#17
shelleymcbelly
I have a daughter who has the skinniest feet but is a size 13. Asda & tesco do a range that are 'unscratchable'!! & have shoes that fit her for a half decent price. one of my other daughters is mad on football & these shoes even last her until her feet have outgrown them ~ very hardwearing. so could try there.

mind you, I thought the idea of ice cream tubs was a good one...


Thats the reason we got shoes from clarks, me and brother both had skinny feet and it was the only place we could get shoes to fit!
#18
Clarks do a Bootleg range for children which goes upto a size 8 G i think.

I havent read the thread only OP so sorry if ths has been brought up

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