SKEANIE Leather Shoes for Children

SKEANIE is an Associate Partner of The Australian Podiatry Association (NSW & ACT). All SKEANIE Shoes are designed in Australia and are Fair Trade Made.

We recommend that you spray your SKEANIE footwear with a Shucare Water and Stain Repellent prior to wear. The best way to keep your SKEANIE footwear looking bright and new, is to simply wipe over with a clean damp cloth or leather wipe. Applying Shucare Leather Conditioner and Renovating Polish will assist with maintaining their softness and colour. SKEANIE footwear should never be placed in the washing machine or dryer.

Please check our Sizing Guide to ensure you purchase the correct size.

BULK LOT: Sandals Red Small
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BULK LOT: Sandals Red Small


67% OFF RRP $44.95

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Author: Dr Samuel Ong (B. Pod. Med.)   Date Posted: 30 July 2018  

How can baby shoes or toddler shoes affect the development of a toddler’s feet? Footwear can play a big part in affecting the development of a toddler’s feet. When a baby is born, their feet are made up of mainly cartilage and fat. As they grow, the cartilage will start ossifying to become bones. Poor fit and shape of baby shoes can cause malalignment of joints, restrict normal growth of the feet, and limit natural movement of foot joints. What features should you look for in toddler shoes? Once your toddler starts walking, shoes are only required to protect their feet against sharp objects, dirt and slippery surfa...

Author: Natasha Barber   Date Posted: 10 May 2017  

Foot Development At birth the bones in the foot are mostly cartilage, the last bone doesn’t begin to form until children are about 3 years old. By 18 years of age, most of the bones are fully formed. Children’s feet are soft and pliable making them prone to damage from abnormal pressure, such as shoes which are too small or ill-fitting. Walking Children usually begin to walk any time between 10 and 24 months of age. Each child is unique and will move through the developmental states at their own pace. Each child follows a developmental sequence from lying to sitting, crawling, standing, cruising, walking to runn...

Author: Chloe - Sorry About The Mess   Date Posted: 13 January 2014  

Arlo loves new shoes. Seriously, these boots saved me from the usual post-afternoon nap meltdown over my refusal to grant the insessent demands for chocolate. “No Arlo, there’s no chocolate. But I do have a special present for you… New shoes !” “There!” he beamed excitedly as he spotted the newly arrived boots sitting in their box on the table, all red and shiny. Then he spent all afternoon proudly wearing them in the garden. These boots are great. A wonderful bright red, made with good quality soft leather. They have tug labels at the front and back of the boots, which eases the task of getting them on wriggly feet. If yo...

Here are some tips that will help you be certain that your children's shoes fit properly, and remove some of the nightmare elements of shopping for kids' shoes. When to Buy New Shoes for Your Child Unless your child complains that they are uncomfortable, you may not know when it's time for a new pair of shoes. It's a good idea to periodically check your children's shoes to make sure what they're wearing is still working for them. Look for particularly worn areas, or stressed seams. If the sides are bulging or wearing out more quickly than the rest of the shoe, then they may not be wide enough. Toes that bend upwards are also a sign of shoes that don't fit properly, and worn out...

Myths and false information abound about children’s shoes, and the footwear industry and even some pediatricians are not much help. The good news is once you understand what makes children’s feet unique, finding the right shoes—often inexpensively—for kids is easy. At birth, the newborn’s foot is soft and flexible, and is loaded with fat. That fat cushions and protects our feet, but when we start to walk, the fat begins to disintegrate. In the coming decades, due to everyday walking—not to mention, perhaps tight fitting shoes—that fat will wear away allowing our foot bones and their rough edges to dig into our skin, often causing corns, callouses, blisters and other painful ...