I dread buying school shoes!
The kids spend most of the week wearing them, so investing in a pair that are hard wearing, look great and are comfortable is a must for me.
As the kids get older, they also have their own mind about what they will, and will not wear too, which only adds to the “shoe shopping” pain.
Treads shoes have been designed to solve the problem faced by many parents of constantly having to replace their children’s school shoes due to them breaking, sometimes after just a few weeks.
They’re inspired by the hard-wearing safety footwear found in the construction industry are built to last with reinforced heels and seams, shock absorbing insoles and a removable foot beds to cater for growing feet.
Until now, Treads shoes were only for boys, but I am excited to reveal that they have just launched a new range for girls and Eliza has been sent a pair of Montana Brogues to review.
Treads currently have two girls’ school shoes options currently available, with more styles, including Mary Janes, coming soon.
Their entire range of shoes for both boys and girls are made from premium, genuine leather and come in a range of styles to suit all ages. Their Junior range is aimed at children from age 6 to 16 with juniors in size 13 – 4 and their tween and teen range from size 3 – 11.
I am looking forward to seeing how well these shoes fare with Eliza as she scoots to school daily, which takes its toll on her shoes, plus she often plays football with the boys at lunchtime.
For added peace of mind, the Treads range of shoes comes with a 12 month indestructible guarantee, free delivery and returns and a 30-day satisfaction guarantee.
To find the perfect size shoes for your child, try out their size calculator.
My only grumble is that they don’t come smaller, as my kids have tiny feet, so Sebby will have to wait a while for a pair!!
I will keep you posted on how Eliza gets on with them.
For more information, head to www.treads-shoes.com
Disclaimer: We were sent a pair of Montana Brogues to review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.