Clarks Stompo Day Infant School Shoes half price now £17! John Lewis Online
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Clarks Stompo Day Infant School Shoes half price now £17! John Lewis Online

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Found 10th May 2014
Clarks Stompo Day Infant School Shoes half price!, available sizes: From 7 upto 9.5 My son loves these school shoes as they have a dinosaur on each sole, gutted they don't have his size available.

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Great! love these shoes. With the hard wearing toe part, my little boy no longer ruins his shoes!

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craigwthorne

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expect 6 months wear out of an average Clarkes school shoe quality is really poor since they decided profits over quality.
complete prostitution of the brand name

Thanks so much last pair of Clarks we had lasted my son a year which is great x

There is another clarks School shoe for £16 for those who needs bigger sizes.

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Edited by: "ac8899" 10th May 2014

Bought and put away for september thanks

Thanks OP. I like these Stompo shoes as they have bit more space for the toe area. Bought sizes from 8.5 to 9.5 for the next 1-2 years.

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Who is Posting all these Clarks shoes . that all I see

I wish shoes lasted a year they tend to grow out of them within 6 months max! Depends on age of child tho I suppose

Every year, I get my son's feet measured in Clarks, but have never actually bought a pair of school shoes in the shop - always shop around and hardly ever pay the full price for anything. Some times you can find a seller or two on ebay, who is actually selling off a brand new batch of Clarks school shoes, or failing that, will wait for bargains to come up like this. As regards the shoes 'lasting', I think they are absolutely brilliant and my son's shoes have always lasted him right through from September to July (perhaps his feet grow a bit slower than others). He's played football in them, fallen over in them, etc, and they still have no scuffs - really hard wearing. He's now 7 and I will continue to buy them for him as long as he will wear them, hopefully until he leaves school, but not banking on that one judging how my other teenage children have been!

Sophiasky

Every year, I get my son's feet measured in Clarks, but have never … Every year, I get my son's feet measured in Clarks, but have never actually bought a pair of school shoes in the shop - always shop around and hardly ever pay the full price for anything. Some times you can find a seller or two on ebay, who is actually selling off a brand new batch of Clarks school shoes, or failing that, will wait for bargains to come up like this. As regards the shoes 'lasting', I think they are absolutely brilliant and my son's shoes have always lasted him right through from September to July (perhaps his feet grow a bit slower than others). He's played football in them, fallen over in them, etc, and they still have no scuffs - really hard wearing. He's now 7 and I will continue to buy them for him as long as he will wear them, hopefully until he leaves school, but not banking on that one judging how my other teenage children have been!


Have to disagree. Have three kids aged from 6 to 13 and Clarks have been poor. The fact you can't buy kids on-line direct from Clarks just means they miss out on sales. Parents dont go to the shop they go elsewhere like John Lewis or Debenhams.

Thank u OP. Bought 2 sizes.

my son is now 11 and although I have usually brought him Clark's they have never lasted the school year however I brought these and they lasted him a school year and a half. The only reason we had to get him new ones is that they were to small. I would recommend these for excellent durability.

craigwthorne

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My son's shoe width is G, but since it was not in stock, I bought 9.5 H. Is there going to be significant difference between the widths G & H for 9.5 size ? Any such experience ?

Thanks for sharing... Just bought some for my 3 yr old who starts school in September - just hope he doesn't have a growth spurt between now & then!
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