We love shoes in this house. Despite having bendy feet and needing special hospital-issue insoles because of her hypermobility, my three and three quarter year old is obsessed with shoes. She takes after her mum like that. So when the lovely people at Bobux got in touch to see if we’d be interested in reviewing a pair from their range it was an immediate “yes”.
I did have reservations though – would they fit properly? How would I know if they were suitable for my tot’s bendy ankles without trying them on first? Would they be sturdy enough to withstand all the dancing / jumping / running that my energetic child would be bound to do in them?
I needn’t have worried. As soon as the boots arrived Frog was pulling them on her feet and skipping around in them, beaming at the new addition to her wardrobe.
They are sturdy enough to comfortably house her special insoles but flexible enough not to be too rigid on her bendy ankles. They fit her beautifully and the strong sole has shown its able to stand up to the paces its been put through over the past couple of weeks.
The “Urban Beat Boots” are from Bobux’s Confident Walker range and feature a handy zip on one side and a velcro buckle on the other. Frog can easily get them on and off herself, which make a nice change from having to do her laces for her.
And did I mention they’re ever so pretty?!
The red is lovely bright shade and goes with pretty much any outfit Frog is wearing, whether it’s clashing with a pair of bright pink trousers or adding a splash of colour to a more toned down outfit.
Here are three of my favourites…
If you’re looking for a pair of shoes that are a bit different to the ones you’d find on the high street, are great quality and sturdy enough to stand up to thorough stamping, then Bobux is a great brand to consider.
The boots featured here retail are currently on sale reduced from £42 to £33.60 – so hurry if you want to bag yourself a bargain!
Disclosure: I received the boots featured in this post for the purpose of this review. All opinions, words and pictures remain my own.Follow