Friday, August 15, 2008

Startrite School Shoes

Following the post I wrote yesterday, I still remember vividly on the ideal black school shoes design which I had envisioned but I never had. It should have a sleek, stylish design and comfortable too. Just like the one on the picture at the top left corner of this post. On the picture is a Startrite School Shoes for girls, model - Hot Fuss available in black leather and brown leather. I don't think we have this brand in Malaysia but we can order them through the Internet now. Well, that's my childish tiny little desire which I had during my school days. What's yours?

I would also like to write more on the importance of choosing the right school shoes for your kids. Because their bones has not been fully developed yet until they are in their late teens, it is important to have your children's feet properly measured so that you can buy school shoes that fit them properly. There are a few common children's foot health issues. They are "toe walking", "Pigeon toes", "Toeing-out", "Bow-legged and knock-kneed", and "Sweaty feet". Most of these foot health issues on children goes away naturally as they gets older. To know more, you may visit or consult your doctor.

Health issues, of course is an important factor to look out for when buying school shoes for your children because they are wearing them for more than 8 hours a day during the weekdays. Besides considering the comfort level when selecting a pair of school shoes, we will usually look at the quality, design, and style too. Many a times we found a nice design shoes but it is lacking in comfort or vise versa. Startrite school shoes can accomodate all the criteria of comfort, style, good leather quality and offers many good designs to choose from. There is where you can find a good pair of school shoes for your children.


U.Lee said...

Hi Amidrin, interesting posting this.
And you're right re children's feet....good, comfortable shoes helps them in stature as well confidence and comfort walking, studying.

My time in the 50's, we only had either Bata's Badminton Master, a canvass shoes with rubber soles...for parents who can afford it...not expensive.
Or Fung Keong shoes, just a simple canvass shoes, very cheap.

Today I see the kids here wearing Nikes, Adidas and brand names I don't even know about....
Guess times have changed....and those days nobody had thoughts like what you posted, ha ha.
Just test, if fit, okay, jalan. Ha ha.
You stay easy and have a nice day, Lee.

Amidrin said...

Hi U.Lee, yes now days parents spoil they kids with branded goods even school shoes. It's good that we see more and more parents can afford to buy expensive things for their kids but is it really good for their kids? I mean, in terms of moral and character building. Hmm... I wonder...