Startrite Arachnid school shoes only £27.50 @ Charles Clinkard
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Startrite Arachnid school shoes only £27.50 @ Charles Clinkard

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Found 14th Dec 2015
A few weeks ago we bought my son some new school shoes from John Lewis and they were £47! Same shoes in the Charles Clinkard sale for £27.50 when you use code LIKE1. Lots of other shoes in the sale to with pretty big reductions. (Also 5.05% Topcashback)

They are better quality than clarks IMO but fit differently so you might want to measure your childs feet first.
Printable measuring guide here startriteshoes.com/fit…ure
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My son had those shoes he looked great in them and superb build quality,I won't buy Clark's shoes now as have been disappointed with the quality for quite a few years now.
wilson1973

My son had those shoes he looked great in them and superb build quality,I … My son had those shoes he looked great in them and superb build quality,I won't buy Clark's shoes now as have been disappointed with the quality for quite a few years now.



Just wondering how the Startrite shoes measure up size wise as compared to the Clarks ones? My son has been wearing Clarks ones for several years now - he is 8 and is currently in size 1.5E. Do the Startrite ones come up smaller or larger - or are they about the same? Thank you.
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Original Poster

So I was told when we last got our son measured that startrite are half a bigger than clarks so we measured 13.5 in clarks and 13 in startrite. My son is also E fit but I found that most clarks E width shoes were gappy around the ankle whereas startrite E fit him great. You could collect from store and have him fitted?

Sophiasky

Just wondering how the Startrite shoes measure up size wise as compared … Just wondering how the Startrite shoes measure up size wise as compared to the Clarks ones? My son has been wearing Clarks ones for several years now - he is 8 and is currently in size 1.5E. Do the Startrite ones come up smaller or larger - or are they about the same? Thank you.


sherbolton

So I was told when we last got our son measured that startrite are half a … So I was told when we last got our son measured that startrite are half a bigger than clarks so we measured 13.5 in clarks and 13 in startrite. My son is also E fit but I found that most clarks E width shoes were gappy around the ankle whereas startrite E fit him great. You could collect from store and have him fitted?



Just wondering if Startrite ones might be a better fit for my son. I got his last shoes off of this supplier, but got his feet measured up in my local Clarks shop first (usually do that). Last year he was an E fitting but this year I was told (in Clarks) that he had gone down to a D fitting and that they didn't actually stock that width size, so because of that, I went and bought him an E fitting. Do you know where I can get his feet measured up for Startrite shoes (don't recall seeing a Startrite shoe shop in Exeter)? Thank you.
Sophiasky

Just wondering if Startrite ones might be a better fit for my son. I got … Just wondering if Startrite ones might be a better fit for my son. I got his last shoes off of this supplier, but got his feet measured up in my local Clarks shop first (usually do that). Last year he was an E fitting but this year I was told (in Clarks) that he had gone down to a D fitting and that they didn't actually stock that width size, so because of that, I went and bought him an E fitting. Do you know where I can get his feet measured up for Startrite shoes (don't recall seeing a Startrite shoe shop in Exeter)? Thank you.


According to their store locator, Russell & Bromley in Exeter stock Start-rite:
startriteshoes.com/sto…or/
Wolf39

According to their store locator, Russell & Bromley in Exeter stock … According to their store locator, Russell & Bromley in Exeter stock Start-rite:http://www.startriteshoes.com/storelocator/



Thankyou.
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Sophiasky

Thankyou.


Their printable guide and calculator might help. My son is measuring a D width using this but E fit him great (they were fitted in John Lewis although they don't have a measuring machine for Startrite).
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