This is what 1st Grade looks like…
please meet Jace Randall. Playful, passionate, naive, God-fearing, lego building, kissable Jace Randall.
Kids can wear shoes out like nothing I’ve ever seen. Skip hopping through rain puddles, sandboxes, church Sunday’s, school hallways, merry-go-rounds, hop scotch there is a child for every shoe and a shoe for every child. I like testing out shoes because I know shoes. I’ve talked to mine. Yelled at a few of mine. From what I’ve experienced quality and comfort are top priority. Yes I love fashion, you know this. But I’m to the age that I will always opt for comfort over anything. My kids are pretty picky about shoes too. If they hurt their overworked feet they won’t wear them. No matter how loud I yell. Or bribe. It’s comfort or the highway. My kids could give a rats about fashion. Lucky for me Florsheim Kids offers a boys line of trendy footwear. From boots to oxfords Florsheim Kids helps shoes keep up with boys fast feet. Quality meets fashion and comfort.
FabulousWon Review: Now that you’ve met Jace and my opinion of what kids shoes should look like and feel like let’s meet Valco Jr. He runs around with my boys comfort zone and my style radar. Just in time for Fall the Valco Jr. boot is designed for biking to school or polished for Church. Drudging through leaves or snow the deep soles are ready for the changes of the season. Jace has very wide feet. I bought him some fashionable boots almost similar to these last Fall as he was entering Kindergarten. He never wears them. The reason behind the “opps I can’t find them” shoes was comfort. He couldn’t get his wide feet in the small tight opening. Then there were the sneakers I bought last year that lasted about a week. Shoes can’t hardly keep up with Jacer. He’s rough. I was very worried that the Valco Jr. Moc Toe was not going to be wide enough for his feet. A big “whew” after Mr. FedEx dropped them off this past week though. He can easily get these boots on without the jaws of life. Bonus and I mean HUGE bonus was these are lace free. I was digging in them looking for the strings and finally (with a big smile on my face) no laces. Moc laces. Fabulous. He can’t tie. This is quite embarrassing but when it was child #3 time for school mama didn’t teach him to tie. Sorry. Now that you know my dirty little secret you can see why Jace’s happy about these boots too. Check out more back to school shoes at Florsheim Kids.
Watch this shorty video of Jace and I talking up shoes..http://youtu.be/ylWqfgK7o_E
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