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Supportive shoes for a girl

Does anyone know any shoe shops that sell supportive shoes? Our daughter used to have Piedro boots but doesn't need these anymore. She'd like to be able to see the shoes and try them on first so we don't want to just order online. We live in south London but would drive miles!!

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  • VickyS
    VickyS Member Posts: 129 Connected
    Hi SamR,
    I'm not aware of any shops that sell the type of shoes I think you're looking for. If she wants an off the shelf fashion shoe then i'd suggest trying the better high st brands such as Clarks and Charles Clinkard.
    Vicky xx
  • Hollieloren05
    Hollieloren05 Member Posts: 5
    I am really struggling as well, the hospital told be to steer clear of Clark's etc as the splints to all the supporting. So best to try asda and next etc, been and tried but nope nothing! It's horrible shoe shopping for a girl is suppose to be fun!! :-(

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